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For Harrak and kaatitoo! and more fantasy

Reader comment on item: How to End Terrorism:
in response to reader comment: More light to the dark aged Dhimmi

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 26, 2006 at 15:42

My dear harrak you wrote:

>it is qaatilu and not uqtolou

Bogus again and do you know why?

1. Because you _already_ wrote that the word in Q9:4 is: Kaatitoo and there in no such word in the Arabic language so are you chaning your mind now? and do you think that I did not notice?

2. The word in Q9:4 says: iqtoloo or kill/slay. It does not say as you say: qaatilu.

So the question is: are you editing your Allah's little book?

Now when Muslims realize that an infidel like me know his Arabic and the Qur'an and when the "it is out of context" does not work with me, they come back with the little gem that I have to read what is before and after the little gem of your Allah asking Muslims to go out and kill in his name.

So what would you like to know? And what would you like me to tell you? an examination of tafseer or of the masora (do you know what this word really means? Oh I forgot you can ask mu3tamid)?

I will be waiting for your answer with great anticipation.


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