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Our dear Michael and the Quranic disaster of today? Sheikh al-Azhar's book: شبهات المشككين

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 16, 2022 at 07:26

Our dear Michael al-Tablighee provides us with some Ahamdiyya crap reference in English written by, Mashallah, two tablighees by the glorious names of Moiz Amjad and Abdul Haqq, and not written in Arabic, and the topic is disasters in the Qur'an.

My reference? No other than Sheikh al-Azhar and his 700 plus pages book written in Arabic about how to respond to kuffar with regard to the many disasters in the Qur'an and here is a link to the book.

al-maktaba.org/book/434/13

So let us start with strange words in the Quran that have NO MEANING and examples would be:

ابا

غسلين

استبرق

اواه

حصحص

صمد

قمطرير

This is only a short list and for much more examples, you will find them in Sheikh al-Azhar book. So do tell us our dear Michael whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by the Muslim invaders of India and who is a follower of the weird dude Mirza Ghulam what does the word صمد in Surat al-Ikhlas mean? Hint: your Arab masters and the Persian mufasereen have no clue

More? السيوطي whose mother tongue was Arabic and not some Shish Kabab language from India wrote a book, a whole book, about the disaster of these words in the Quran that have no meaning and this is the title of the book: مبهمات القران and here is a link to the book

https://archive.org/details/mofhimat.al.aqran02

What a disaster. I thought that the Qur'an is a كتاب مبين or is this another lie by Muslims?

And here is a link to Sheikh al-Azhar book شبهات المشككين and here is a link to Section 10 and he calls it: الكلام الغريب or Strange Words in the Qur'an.

There are strange words in the Qur'an? I'm shocked.

https://al-maktaba.org/book/434/13

Now feel free to prove not just Sheikh al-Azhar, but also al-Suyuti, to be wrong and some lost tablighees from India and Pakistan like you know more. Make us laugh

Dear readers: It might be surprising to most of you that the Qur'an is full of words that have no meaning. Why would it be that by the 3rd century of Islam when al-Tabari was writing his Tafsir the meaning of these words was LOST! Totally lost.

Next? Foreign words in the Qur'an and my references Sheikh al-Azhar's book: شبهات المشككين and al-Suyuti الاتقان في علوم القران

Do you see why I told you not once but several times that you are ignorant and your leaders lie to you.

If I want to know about let us say your cult of al-Ahmadiyya I would read your primary books in their primary language what ever it is and not in a translation to English by some lost tablighee like our dear Moiz Amjad

Did you get this?

Now the following will be accepted as references by you:

1. Tafasir al-Quran IN ARABIC by al-Tabari, Ibn Kathir and al-Qurtubi and al-Jalalyn

2. al-Sira al-Nabawiyya IN ARABIC

3. For dictionaries: Lisan al-'Arab and for modern Arabic elmaany

The following will not be accepted as references:

1. Gobbledygook nonsense from your so called "world renowned" so called scholars the likes of our dear Zakir Naik and Mohamed Hegab

2. Your ignorant Mullah

3. Ahmadiyya books

4. Your mother in law

Do you get?

Submitting....

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