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Teaching basic Arabic to wannabe Arabs our dear Michael al-Tablighee

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 14, 2022 at 11:11

Mr. genius al-Tabari tells us that the word Allah is a contraction of the word الاله /الإلاه and for clueless people like you

Here is الإلاه or "al Ilah" Notice the hamza below the second alif. and check this

https://www.almaany.com/ar/dict/ar-ar/%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%A5%D9%84%D8%A7%D9%87/

So are the editors of elmaany dictionary ignorant of the Arabic language and an Indian Muslim like you who is a follower of that weird dude Mirza Ghulam know more Arabic than they do?

So do tell us O Guru of the Arabic language:

1. Why would Muslims contract the name of their so called god? Just imagine if your god's name is Michael and you contract it and make it Mikey! Would you do that?

2. And if this in indeed it is a contraction, who contracted the name of your so called god and why do your Arab masters still use the word الاله ?

3. More disasters? In Surat al-Fatiha (not the Tablighee Surah Fatihah) it says: الحمد لله or Praise to Lah or له ! Is your god's name Lah? Why is it contracted a second time? What a disaster

4. al-Halabi tells us that the word Allah is a loan word from Aramaic/Syriac ܐܠܗܐ and the Arabs vocalized it as لها and the last Alif is gone because it is the definite article in Aramaic and we are left with له What a disaster.

5. More disasters? Is your god's name اسم او صفة Oh اسم او صفة ? Ask your boyfriend Matthew who told that his last name is his mother's last name which is BTW a big fat lie because in Arabic culture be it Muslim Arabs or Christian Arabs your last name IS YOUR FATHER'S Name not your mother's name

6. Your god's name is a name! Why? when you utter the childish لااله الا الله or: There is no God except Allah this means that Allah is an اسم otherwise your little formula would have been لا الله الا الله or: There is No Allah except Allah.

So the word The God in Arabic is: الاله/الالاه means "The God" and the word الله is the name of your so called god.

Did you get it or are you that slow?

Hey, read a real book, find a fun hobby, play a sport, marry a second wife and have a lovely bacon/lettuce and tomato with lots of mayo sandwich with a glass of chilled white wine. And remember that you are a victims of liars aka your leaders.

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