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Our dear Hassan aka Pierre and his bogus reading of the Qur'an

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 19, 2007 at 18:18

Let me repeat one more time, Q14:4 says:

Wa ma arsalna min rasualn ila bilisani qawmuhu

Now you know what it means and it means for the Nth time that Muhammad was sent to his qawm or his people the Hijazi Arabs because he spoke their language Arabic that is and that by implication your Allah sends rusul (plural of rasul) to various nations and each rasul will speak the language of his qawm just like Muhammad. So who is really your Urdu prophet because he ain't Muhammad?

More damaging to your case and are the followign ayat

1. Q10:47: walikkuli ummatin rasul

Or and for every nation (there is) a prophet

2. Q13:8: walikuli qawmin haad

Or every nation/people has a guide.

3. Q35;24; wa ina min ummatin ila khalaa fiha nadhir

Or and there has not existed a nation without a warner having passed away in it. (see QS)

4. Qwa naza3na min kuli ummatin shahidan

Or We pull (notice the aspect) (draw out) from every nation a witness

It is very clear that indeed the Qur'an is saying that your Allah sends a rasul/nadhir/hadd/shahid to every qawm or nation/people and Muhammad was for sure not sent to your people the Hindus! So who is really your Rasul, because he ain't muhammad?

Now it gets better, you wrote about Q14:4

>it means to say that Allah had chosen a universal messenger to be sent for the salvation of all mankind not from among the Indians or Chinese but from among the Arabs

One word: gobbledygook.

Shame on you for writing this nonsense. However if your Allah would have said: "wa arsalna Muhammad liinqadh kul al-bashr wa anahu lakana Hindi aw Sini bul kana min al-3Arab" Or "and we send Muhammad for the salvation of mankind and he was not an Indian or a Chinese and he was an Arab" Too bad but this is not what the aya says.

Listen the Arabs have a great word that will descibe you: Fahlawi or let us see: style but no substance. The Jewish people also have a wonderful word to describe you: big time chutzpah.

Oh I forgot let us read Q4:79

"the usual blah...blah...blah... then wa arsalnaaka lel nassi rasulan

Or:

1. wa means and

2. arsalnakaa means and we send you (notice the aspect)

3. lel means for

4. Nass means people

Or: And we send you for (the) people.

I do not see the word Muhammad here and how do you know that Allah is not talking about let us say Ibraham? As for the word nass it means the people. Now if your Allah would have said: al-bashr or mankind you would have a case. Your claim is bogus, and do us a favor stop reading poor translations like Pickthall's poor translation where he includes the name of Muhammad! It seems that our dear Pickthall was editing the book of your Allah.

Submitting....

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