How can Salat be finished - 62:10??

by Ilyas Niazi, United States, Sunday, June 03, 2012, 16:41 (2549 days ago) @ Quasim Hamdani

Comment 1:

'qudiati' means finish, bring to an end, to accomplish and in this context means to accomplish or end. I have checked this word with numerous Arabic speaking people. They all agree and nearly all the translations agree.

If we are going to make our own meanings up to fit our own theory then this is not acceptable. A good point must stand against criticism and make logical sense.

You are saying: "In both of these examples the use of qudiyati is conditional and is tied to specific activities of Salaat".

Where does it say that? Can you please PROVE this from the Quran and not your own interpretations.

The Quran clearly say when the salaat has ended. So if Salat is prayer, this is understandable. If it is in the way you are defining it then it makes no sense.

If salaat = Quranic instructions, this cannot be completed. Unless you say salaat means 'to give quranic instructions'. But no one is defining salaat in this way.

Also you cannot give an author's interpretation as proof of what the Arabic says. QXP is an interpretation NOT a translation. Interpretations are not the words of God.

Comment 2:
If the Quran is expecting Jews and Christians to go back to their books for judgment, how can it be corrupted???? This is a simple question. I didn't say these books are at par with the Quran, please do not misrepresent my question. This has nothing to do with my question. How was Torat and Injeel corrupted at the time of Prophet when Allah is asking Jews and Christian to judge by their own books?

I look forward to your answer please.


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