Coffee; sugar; cotton; alcohol; giraffe; lemon; orange; tariff; algebra; alcove and candy. There are many more. These are clearly examples of creeping linguistic shariah!
A brief discussion on divine plurals in the Bible and the Qur’an, and whether it is as obvious that they are non-literal as many allege?
Christians who dialogue with orthodox Muslims will often encounter appeals to the 112th chapter of the Qur’ān, sūrat al-Ikhlāṣ (also known as sūrat at-Tawḥīd). The Muslim participants in those dialogues will often present the relevant Qur’ānic text as an unambiguous… Read More ›
God is Allah. The Bible says so.
This text is printed on a carrier bag. It is produced by Palestinian designers and says: ‘This text has no purpose except to scare people who are afraid of the Arabic language.’ 🙂
This is one of the earliest Qur’ans in the world