-Peace- wrote:In my family we were just taught the spiritual stuff (praying, fasting, etc.). . We do have a Quran, and I never really felt like reading it because it was a HUGE book and it didn't make sense to me when I started reading it (I was told that I should learn Arabic and study it in Arabic since in English it can't be translated properly). I was in high school at that time so did not even have time to learn it. When I did read the Quran I was shocked, and that is what led me to not only stop believing in Islam and the Quran but ALL religions.
expozIslam wrote:Do you see the irony in your statement? You learn Arabic by mapping arabic to english and somehow Quran cannot be translated to English.
Another irony is that your beloved Allah did not reveal quran in a language that would dominate the world and become the langauge of choice for most people. Not only that, even arabic readers of Quran cannot understand the quran well given the number of groups among arab muslims themselves.
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