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"Revile not ye those whom they call upon besides God, lest they out of spite revile God in their ignorance. Thus have We made alluring to each people its own doings. In the end will they return to their Lord, and We shall then tell them the truth of all that they did. (The Noble Quran, 6:108)

And now as something stunning and true. Can anyone read this in Arabic? I used a translation of "The Lord" into Arabic and I am having a little difficulties understanding the sentence...

السَّيِّد، يسوع المَسيح

Your welcome...

asked 0543145 UnknownUser's gravatar image

Rabb (translated as Lord).. Allah (translated as God).

"And do not insult those they invoke other than Allah, lest they insult Allah in enmity without knowledge. Thus We have made pleasing to every community their deeds. Then to their Lord is their return, and He will inform them about what they used to do."

answered 387116 inclined2truth's gravatar image

What about "The Lord" into Arabic? Can you do that for me?

(Oct 02 '13 at 14:12) UnknownUser UnknownUser's gravatar image

Brother Inclined2truth.

Sorry if I caused offence in my earlier answer to Flanders. This was not my intent. You will note that I've removed the reply.


(Oct 02 '13 at 14:51) UnknownUser UnknownUser's gravatar image

What has this with the question?

(Oct 02 '13 at 15:25) UnknownUser UnknownUser's gravatar image
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