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For Mustapha: Is it "ambiya"? or is it anbiya? More on Muslim logic!

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jul 14, 2006 at 06:30

You make mistakes again: Nabi is prophet and the plural is: _Anbiya_ and not ambiya as you claim! So did you make a mistake or do you pretend to know Arabic when you do not? I suspect the latter.

And my dear Mustapha how do you explain that you Allah states that the plural of Nabi is al-nabiyyin (see Q:80-81) and it is: alif lam, nuun with a fatha and a shadda, beh with a kasra, yeh with a shadda and an alif underneath, nuun with a fatha.

My conclusions here:

1. You Allah made a mistake in grammar.

2. Or Muhammad made a mitake in Arabic grammar.

3. Or Gabriel made a mistake in Arabic grammar.

Or all three had no clue about Arabic grammar!

Submitting....

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