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How naively you ignore that Arabic word for Arabic means Language of sons of soil of Arabian peninsula.

It is a noun termed as Relative Adjective [الإسمُ المنسوبُ]. It is a noun having a consonant "Yaa-ياءُ النَّسبِ" suffixed to its ending which indicates its relation to the noun from which it is derived. Thus, a unique feature of this language is that it defines the identity of its own people: the language of the sons of soil of Arabian peninsula; the language of the land that hosts the "House of Allah" on the Earth; and the universal leader of humanity, the Last Messenger of Allah the Exalted, Muhammad Sal'lallaa'hoalaih'wa'salam. This was the first language employed for teaching the First Man; and lately for the final teaching of knowledge and wisdom to the humanity universally through the ONLY teacher in timeline Muhammad Sal'lallaa'hoalaih'wa'salam.

It is an acknowledged fact that the Arabic, the mother tongue of  the elevated universal Messenger Muhammad Sal'lallaa'hoalaih'wa'salam, became a prestigious language in the world after he recited and transcribed in writing the Grand Qur'aan:

Thereby, for reason of its universality and permanence, We have certainly rendered it: Grand Qur'aan easy, open and facilitative for reading and comprehension by transcribing it in the mother tongue: Arabic language of you Muhammad [Sal'lallaa'hoalaih'wa'salam].

The purpose of its facilitative rendering is that you the Messenger might give glad tidings-guarantee on the strength of this Grand Qur'aan to those who endeavor to remain cautious and avoid conduct inspired and governed by emotion in reverence and fear of Allah the Exalted;

And so that you the Messenger may admonish, with this Grand Qur'aan, the excessively argumentative people. [19:97]

Language of Grand Qur'aan


Some of your posts it is almost impossible to reply to, this is one of them.


Salam Arman-

I'm curious whether this is also the case within the Quran?


I am 100% confident that the answer is NO.


Pagans and Muna'fi'qeen have one thing common:

Pagans say why they be guided through the Messenger; why not Angels come to them; Why not verbal passages are communicated to them; and when they cannot answer or rebut any of the communication given by the Messenger, they start progpagating in people that he is obsessed, possessed. The Messenger is the problem issue for the Pagans.

Muna'fi'qeen are worst people than the Pagans because they falsely proclaim to belong to the company of believers but have the same problem issue the Messenger.

I am already told the views that you have expressed in quote which are peculiar trait of Muna'fi'qeen:

Indeed the Muna'fi'qeen: Imposter Believers seek by contrary to fact verbal proclamation to beguile Allah the Exalted;

While the fact is that He the Exalted lets them engulfed in their deceptive perception by leaving them as discarded/condemned.

And when they get up to join the Ass-sa'laat congregation they stand reluctantly and irritant with heavy heart. They just stand for feigning to people that they are believers.

And they do not remember Allah the Exalted except occasionally. [4:142]

Muna'fi'qeen will get the worst end as compared to Pagans:

Know the fact; Muna'fi'qeen: the Imposter believers will certainly be placed in the lowest-worst class of the Hell-Prison.

And you the Messenger [Sal'lallaa'hoalaih'wa'salam] will never find anyone inclined for helping them. [4:145]

Be happy. Try to live in future if you wish not to be in the past.


Truly beautiful ayaats you quoted:

4:142 إِنَّ الْمُنَافِقِينَ يُخَادِعُونَ اللَّـهَ وَهُوَ خَادِعُهُمْ وَإِذَا قَامُوا إِلَى الصَّلَاةِ قَامُوا كُسَالَىٰ يُرَاءُونَ النَّاسَ وَلَا يَذْكُرُونَ اللَّـهَ إِلَّا قَلِيلًا

4:145 إِنَّ الْمُنَافِقِينَ فِي الدَّرْكِ الْأَسْفَلِ مِنَ النَّارِ وَلَن تَجِدَ لَهُمْ نَصِيرًا

Please reread your post again.


Prophets and Messengers / Re: Messengers are forever
« on: July 23, 2014, 03:57:50 PM »
Peace Bender.

I can see that my answer is not going to make a difference.
You must have read my posts many times. I feel like I am repeating myself .

I am sure you can work things out for yourself, see what you make of this:


Yes it's true I have read many posts of you and discussed a lot but I don't remember if I had asked this before.

Now it is my turn to ask you the question:

Who do you think the messenger in 3:81 is?

GOD bless you.

Just like it says "a messenger". It's pretty obvious why it doesn't say "Rashad" but "a messenger".



@ Bender & Jafar

Brothers, looks like you two have met with people who you consider to be the messenger/s.

May I know what they say to you?  Whether you receive some valuable messages from them?

Perhaps both of you can share to us about the lessons that you know from them.



RED: Messengers of Allah are transmitting a message from Allah. What do you think a message from Allah contains?


Peace Bender,

A reason why I know that we are living with a book called Quran misinterpreted tremendously and one must be wary about the slightest piece of connotation on the words and their description in lexicons. As far as I know there are no lexicons earlier than the composition of the book called Quran so one can never swear 100% that a definition is completely accurate.

Popular is Lane's, but it is also post-Quran age as far as I know by at least 200-300 years and also the age where that crappy hadith about Muhammad got in circulation. Quite suspicious actually.

One must thus use their ability to render a book by the literal quality and by reason and logic just as much as learning the grammar and meaning of the language. Just because a word has meant a specific thing for 1000 years is no guarantee that it originally had that meaning.

Take praying birds or dogmatic behavior towards people who do not keep "salat". Is salat then "contact prayer" or something else? Let people activate their brains instead of living in a delusion created by men without understanding.

Have faith


Of course I know there is not a single grammar book or lexicon before The Quran on which the Quran is based. But some people here use man made lexicons and man made grammar as evidence when they talk about the ayaats of The Quran.


Entire sensible world admits that the grammar of Arabic is based upon the Qur'aan. It is the basic document for framing the grammar rules.


So why then do you present your grammar rules as the ultimate truth while you know that they are not more then a guess from mostly the same sort of people who made the ahadith?


Okay, I have no choice/option but to accept a non-native language exactly as it is, if I sincerely wish to understand a discourse in that laguage. The logic is that langauge is a long cherished convention of a people to whom that language belongs. If they call Sun is feminine, I cannot take it as masculine, though my mother language treats it as masculine.


Sure, but the non-native language here is the text of The Quran, not the arabic of the arabs.


It was perhaps in relation to Phd gentleman that he may have taken position on "hi" masculine pronoun referring to feminine plural because the earlier exegeses of Qur'aan said so.


So just like you did with 2:197 and many many many many many many other verses.


The most important thing for understanding a discourse is the segmentation of sentences. We must know where it beigins and where it ends. In DNA translation there is "start codon" and termining-ending codon; similarly in protein there is a start amino acid and ending amino acid.


Not sure sure why you come up again with this amino example when I already told you that I don't even know what they are.

Waw is the most important starting particle and also indicator of ending of earlier sentence.

Two very simple books of Grammar: Syntax are:
Hidaya and Fawaid
It is better to download them and keep in grammar folder for reference



About waw and discourse segmentation:

You may also like to have this book in your treasures:
From the treasures of Arabic Morphology

Thank you for all those pdf's.
I've gone very quickly through them. What I have seen are just some studies from some sholars. Thus not 1 reference from a grammar book.

The references they use for their work are in the best case some grammarians from the past. The oldest grammarian they have referenced lived at least 100 years after the start of the so called hi-zjri calendar. So it looks like there is no grammar book at all, just opinions of people, while you present here your grammar rules as facts. Actually some of the grammar rules are directly based on the hadiths of Bukharie & Co (for example WAW alqasam). One of the authors had even this in his thank word:
"Surely we seek Your favour through Your beloved Muhammed, leader of the Messengers, and his descendants, the infallible Aimmah, the prayers of Allah and his peace be upon them all."


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