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More bogus logic and Arabic from our dear Shakeel and the word for today is: Fahlawa

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in response to reader comment: RE:And no it is falsafa

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 15, 2007 at 06:52

You did not ckeck my references did you? And do you know why you did not? Because you cannot read Arabic. Yes, the word roh also means soul so what is your point?The word nas and the word 3alam means people! We are debating here Arabic not Urdu and not English, a language that you do not know but still have the audacity to debate it. Shame on you

And do you know what exposes your education is that you are saying if the word roh means soul, therefore the word nafs does not mean soul! Bogus falsafa again. Do you see how ignorant you are as you are debating a language that you do not know?You know what is even more bizarre about you you do not know Arabic and I did provide you with a reference from Lisan al-3Arab the gold standard of Arabic, but you did not get it.

Let me repeat again the word nafs means soul (see Hans Wehr dictionary page 985A). Feel free to prove me wrong. How could you do this? you can use a qamoos 3Arabi as reference (oh do not panic as you do not know Arabic I mean dictionary). Wikipedia, Pakistani Islamic web sites, Pickthall's poor translation will not be regarded as evidence.

As for Muhammad, he was a caravan raider and an Arabian warlord. The Qur'an is poor literature. Islam? It is the religion of the Arabs and you ain't one.


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