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Harrak - Hard Luck

Reader comment on item: Cartoons and Islamic Imperialism
in response to reader comment: Double Standards

Submitted by hr (Egypt), Feb 10, 2006 at 19:15

All I can say is hard luck; you see Islam is openly revealed.

For the "t", what "Sekoon are you talking about"??

Let me tell you some basics, a grade one pupil would know::
Allah – Ends with a "T" in Arabic language, as you might know there are two types of "T" in Arabic.
If the letter "T" comes at the end of the word, it could take either one of two forms, the first form is the "T" pronounced like the English letter "T", or it could take the other form which is pronounced close to the letter "H" in English, it looks likes like an eclipse with two dots on it.

When the Quran was first gathered, it was written without any dots or "Tashkeel". After that by years, the dots and "Tashkeel" where placed.

Allah, in Arabic ends with the "T" that is pronounced like the letter "H", that is why in English it has been mistakenly written as Allaah (following the pronunciation), but to look at it, Alat is Alah, they both are same letters, but it's the "T" at the end that is of a different form for each one.

Al-Lat = ends with a "T" ,,,, "T mafto7a"
Al-Lah= ends also with a "T" ,,, "T marbouta"

For hatred, it's not me that teaches hatred, its Muhammad and his teachings.

Harrak, you may preach love as much as you wish and that's a good thing in itself, but that has no connection to "Allat & Allouza and Almanat", it has nothing to do with the "black stone".

By the way I appreciate a student that reads, not that argues just to argue.

Letter "Haee" at the end of Allah = hahahah

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