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Our dear Matthew al-Tablighee and this is what al-Tabari wrote and prove me wrong!

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 19, 2022 at 13:16

Mr. genius you told us that al-Tabari wrote that صلوتا is not a Syriac/Aramaic word right?

Here is al-Tabari again:

وكان بعض أهل العربية من أهل البصرة يقول: الصلوات لا تهدم, ولكن حمله على فعل آخر, كأنه قال: وتركت صلوات. وقال بعضهم: إنما يعني: مواضع الصلوات. وقال بعضهم: إنما هي صلوات, وهي كنائس اليهود, تدعى بالعِبرانية: صلوتا..

So where do we find in this sentence that al-Tabari wrote that لا تدعى بالسريانا صلوتا or: It not called Slouta in Syriac.

Hint: You will not find it.

Oh here is a link to al-Tabari's Tafsir of the entire confused and confusing Aya (not the Urdu/English/Arabic Ayah) IN ARABIC

https://quran.ksu.edu.sa/tafseer/tabary/sura22-aya40.html

My conclusion? You are either, and you must pardon me, a liar or ignorant or both!

Shame on you

Last, how come the Saudis never provide links to your so called "world renowned so called scholars" the likes of Zakir Naik and Mohamed Hegab? Could it be because the Saudis must be Islamophobes? Or could it be because both of them are no more than Shish Kabab Falafel and Hummus?

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