Gondal, who can't even read Arabic properly, feels he is an expert on Arabic poetry. Farid smashes this pseudo-expert yet again. Poor Jalaluddin Al-Tabari... https://youtu.be/V3jTOmkzUcg
Brother Mohammed Halaby destroys "ex-Muslims" and wannabe Arabic experts Gondal and Abdullah Sameer! https://youtu.be/bUmPWXd5P5Y
Farid educates ignorant "ex-Muslims" on Arabic grammar. 😂 https://youtu.be/e2Ur8CnuviQ
One more to go before we reach Christian Dunce's first major milestone in his pathetic life! https://youtu.be/Rajbrqw4W44
Christian princess' woes continue. Watch as brother Emin educates the jahil Christian and gives a free lesson in Arabic. This further exposes the charlatan that Christian princess, the so-called "scholar", is. https://youtu.be/ZF_aVkJ3dgc
A great refutation of the deceptive and ignorant missionaries and their attempts to use the Arabic language in their vain efforts against Islam. These idiotic missionaries should get a life, and some other job! https://youtu.be/4nQ9JBjX1bA
The Flat Earth Controversy – An Analysis of the Quran and the Bible بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْم “And the earth, moreover, hath He extended (to a wide expanse);” - The Quran, Surah An-Naziat, 79:30 The infamous Christian apologist Sam Shamoun has claimed that the Quran refers to a “flat earth”. In this article, we …
It’s amazing how some Christians are so quick to embarrass themselves by making crackpot arguments. And imagine the arrogance in presuming to teach Muslims about Arabic grammar when one doesn’t even have any clue about the subject.
The following is a guest post by Br. Sharif Randhawa, co-author of the illuminating book, “Divine Speech” which was written alongside Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan. Br. Sharif also runs a wonderfully informative blog called Quranic Musings which I highly recommend!
I was sent the following video clips in which an individual named Anthony Rogers claims that that Quran 112:1 (qul huwa ’llāhu aḥadun) contains a grammatical error, and that, moreover, Muslims mis-recite the verse in order to avoid the error:
Both of the above claims are patently false, as anyone with knowledge of even the most basic rules of Arabic grammar will recognize. It is deeply presumptuous of someone who shows ignorance of such basic rules of Arabic grammar to claim to have a better grasp of it than the premier work of Arabic literature, the Quran, and the entire Muslim tradition of Arabic grammar, not to mention…
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