Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Muslims pray to Muhammad when they say sala allahu 3alyhi wa salam


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Muslims pray to Muhammad when they say sala allahu 3alyhi wa salam

Reader comment on item: Obama, the Middle East and Islam - An Initial Assessment
in response to reader comment: Stop already,
Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 5, 2009 at 07:38
Our dear Abdul who must have flunked in his Arabic grammar class as he does not seem to be aware that the roots in the Arabic language are only 3 letters and not his bogus 2-4 letters
>HOWEVER, in Arabic, Sala literally translates to Reaching, or to reach, or to make an effort to reach and connect to.
Really? the word yuslai means he reaches? Your claim is bogus
Well let us see what it says in Lisan al-3rab (see al-juz' al-khamis wa al-safha 368) and it says that al-sala or the praying means: al-du3a' wa al-sujud wa al-ruku3. I do not see anyhting about reaching or connecting mr demagogue
And why do you want to reach or connect with Muhammad? Unless you are praying to him so do you pray to Muhammad our dear Abdul?
So far your claim is bogus
> Furthermore, there are what we call Ahruf in arabic that usually follow a verb, that change the connotation of the word entirely . In the Quran, and in many Du'aa we say "Salee 3la Mohamed"
Well according to Lisan al-3arab du3a' is part of praying so you are praying to Muhammad our dea Abdul
And could you tell me which harf in the word du3a' that would "change the connotation of the word entierly" and where would I find it in Lisan al-3arab? Could you give me an example or two?
And here is your bonus for today: in surat al-ahzab aya 56 your Allah and his angels pray to Muhammad as in ina allaha wa mala'katuh yusaloon 3ala al-nabi so is your Allah and his angels praying to Muhammad or are they trying to "connect and reach" Muhammad? So which is it?and why would Allah try to connect or reach Muhammad?
See? you need to go and learn about your own language before you post here again
>which means to reach to, connect to the prophet, or to strive to be like him.
If you are trying to reach him or connect with him then you are praying to him mr ignorant so congratulations our dear Abdul but you are praying to Muhammad
OK I will give you a chance: prove to us that you are correct and here are what will be accepted as evidence:
1. Qamoos wa ma3jam Lisan al-3rab
2. masoretic exegesis of the Qur'an
The following will not be accepted as evidence:
1. My ignorant Mullah told me so
2. I Abdul who dreams in Arabic say so
3. Tendendious Pakistani web sites
4. Zakir Naik says so
5. Hamza Yusuf the wannabe arab says so in his glorious maghribee accent
Is this too much to ask for?
>it's not the same as saying "Salee lilAh" which means "worship for god"or "pray to god", or "Salee ila Allah" "pray to god" "Salee ala Mohammed" does not mean pray to Mohamed.
Really? Oh it is the ahruf the mysterious ahruf that is
Let me help you again: as per Lisan al-3rab it means that you Abdul when you utter this childish sentence you are doing du3a' and sujud and ruku3 to Muhammad or you are praying to Muhammad
>Learn Arabic, it is much more complex than English, but it is very easy in this day and age to learn. Well, for most of us at least. It's hard to explain Arabic to none-native Arabic speakers.
It is you that need to take a class in Arabic grammar because it is you who told us that the roots in the Arabic language are 2-4 letters and you come and pontificate about Arabic! Shame
For the readers the number of letters in an Arabic language root is 3 and not two or four but if our dear Abdul is really an Arab then he is ignorant of his own language or he had flunked in Arabic language grammar or he is just another maskken min el-bakistan who pretends to be an Arab
Our dear Abdul I urge you to abandon islam and be free again

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