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Reader comment on item: Bolstering Moderate Muslims
in response to reader comment: RE:And no it is falsafa

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 16, 2007 at 17:58

Well, here is your Arabic language lesson for today

1. The words hadiqa, junayna mean garden. And yes the word janna is your Allah little garden.

2. The words al-yunaniyoon, al-ighreek, al-Ruum means the Greeks!

3. The words sarat (Surat al-fatiha), midaq, tariq, and harra they all mean a path/way.

4. The words Rab, Ilah, and Allah means God (notice that if we are to believe those wannabe Arabs that tell us that the word Allah is a contraction of the word al-Ilah in this case the word Allah would be _the_ God and not God). And no the word Rab does not mean Lord as your pal Pickthall claims. The word Lord means Sayyid and not Rob (see Christian Arabic al-Sayyid Yasoo3 al-Masih)

So why are you surpised if the word Roh and the word nafs mean soul? In English there is indeed a slight difference as in the Quranic al-roh al-qudus which is translated as the holy spirit ( so notice that the word roh is spirit) and the Quranic "la taqtulu anfasakum" or do not kill yourselves.

See what happens to wannabe arabs like you when you try to debate a language that you do not know?

And shame on you for coming here looking for converts to your little cult ...


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