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Our dear Matthew al-tablighee and "Khatam an nabiyyin"! Mashallah

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 24, 2022 at 10:23

Our dear Matthew al-tablighee: More comedy time and this time, Mirza Ghulam's claim that he is "Katam an Nabiyyin" (sic)

We kuffar have no difficulty if he believed that he is "Katam an Nabiyyin" or even being the Easter Bunny. However, in correct Arabic it should be: خاتم الانبياء and more later

And here is a reference from Islamweb and خاتم الانبياء is Muhammad not Mirza Ghulam


And here is a link to the meaning of the Arabic word خاتم and it is Arabic/English and it could mean: Ring, Seal, End, Stamp.


The word Prophets comes into two forms in the Qur'an:

1. الانبياء or al-Anbia' which is the correct Arabic

2. النبيين or al-Nabiyyin which is not Arabic and it is a loan word not from Aramaic ܢܒܝܐ but from Hebrew נְבִיאִים

More disasters? So we have funny Ahmadiyya transliteration: an nabiyyin

Once again, the Letter lam is the definite article is WRITTEN BUT NOT VOCALIZED which means that it should be: al-Nabiyyin and the correct Arabic is: al-Anbia'

For your Allah's sake tell your ignorant leaders to fix this nonsense and learn some Arabic because they must be confusing not just us kuffar but also your Allah. Did you get this one our dear Matthew al-Tablighee?

Remember, we kuffar are not your enemies. Your real enemies are your leaders and their lies


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