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For phonetics and ahl al-kahf, dhul qarnain and his bogus falsafa!

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in response to reader comment: dhimmi... so primordial the name.... so be it primordial the talk... you talk about Urdhu more than Arabic...

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 15, 2006 at 19:34

Our dear phonetics you wrote:

> as for Muhammad being an orphan

How do you know that Muhammad was indeed yateem!? Oh I forgot that you know no Arabic. Urdu maybe? So where does it say in the Qur'an that "Muhammad was indeed yateem"? Let me help you: it does not. It is Quranic tafseer/ta'weel that tells us that he was a yeteem and not the Qur'an for sure.

>and not being able to read and write "plagiarized the secular literature of the Greeks and Syrians"

In actual fact the Qur'an tells that that Muhammad was: Ummi and not jahil! So do you know what the word Ummi really means? So what do you think what the wrod ummi really means ya ayuha al-faylasoof al-kabeer? Let me me help you the word ummi means: gentile! Do you really know what this word really means? So much for your poor education.

But wait: may be the Qur'an is such poor literature because Muahmmad was indeed uneducated. This explains it.

But the real gem is that you seem to be clueless about the fact that literature can be transmitted either

1. In writing or book or codex form.

2. Or orally.

In other words literature and even holy books the Qur'an included have been transmitted orally for a long period of time. Having a text in a book or codex form only fixes and or "canonizes"" the literary material being transmitted. You have no clue about what I'm saying. Do you?

Your ancestors the Hindus transmsitted the Vidas in oral form and rather very well for a very long period of time.

So you see my dear phonetics Muhammad did not need to read either story as he can transmit them orally. So you see your claim so far is bogus just like your poor education.

What makes it even more bizarre is that those who were listening to Muhammad the Arabian war lord and caravan raider and wannabe prophet reciting such plagiarized stories realized that he was making things up and he had to come back and amend what he was saying. His listeners realized that he was palgiarizing and in the process making mistakes in the stories of the Syrians and the Geeks and he had the audacity to call such fiction the words of the God of the universe. .Shame!

Now the 3Ulama in the 3rd century that were trying to understand what this confused text of the Qur'an was saying even misread the word: RQM (the name of the so called dog of the seven sleepers was read as: al-raqeem) in the confusing rasm!

The letter reh in the old texts looked like a dal, and the letter qaf remained the same and a yeh was added and the last letter was read as a meem where the down slope of the yeh and the meem could very well have been the letter seen

So RQM in actual fact must be read as DQS! And guess what? The word DQS or with vowels: Diqees is no other than the Syriac word for Decius the Roman Emperor at the time of this story of fiction and called by Muhammad the words of his Allah.

So much for Muhammad the ummi and yateem wannabe prophet and so much for the fraudulent Muslim masora (do you know what is really the muslim masora? I doubt it very much).

> wow may be I should be illiterate like this so called Muhammad

Muahmmad gave us the Qur'an which is nothing but poor literture. You do not want to emulate a loser?

And yes he was an Arabian war lord and caravan raider and a wannabe prophet and a palgiarist.

What is next? It is your poor Arabic and your bogus falsafa and our dear Mahamud of Ghazni! Stay tuned.


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