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Author Free Way 
Topic Qur'anic alterations? Comment on Adel Mozammel 
Date Entered 28/03/2005 12:00:44 
Message Adel Mozammel said in the Muslim Schools thread: "Unlike other languages Arabic is a living language and is the same as it was 1400 years ago when the Quran was revealed and to this the Quran has not been altered."

Qur'an: 002.106 “When we cancel a Verse or throw it into oblivion, We replace it with a better one.” Or: “Whatever Revelation We abrogate or cause to be forgotten, We substitute something better.”

The Qur'an was written for Muhammad, by Muhammad. Did you not notice how the Qur'an was always revealed in Muhammad's perfect timing or when he needed a scripture to justify his actions? Why do you think Muhammad needed to keep altering the Qur'an's verses? Your scripture proves that it has been altered over time. No God would be this senseless, fickle and unreliable.

Now for a brief history lesson on Arabic:

We know that Arabic is only 1400 years old from the first tangible evidence, and Adel Mozammel also agrees with this in his statement. But written Arabic, as in the Qur'an, evolved from the language of the Syriac Christians in the 7th century. If you happen to study further you find that Syriac evolved from Aramaic in the 6th century. So what we have is that Arabic is a language that evolved from Syriac which evolved from Aramaic which evolved from Hebrew.

If one also happens to keenly seek after the origins of nearly every important Qur'anic word one will find that they were derived from Syriac.

So much for Allah's language?! 
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