Arabic Contradictions in the Qur’ān (13:42) Hafs Vs Ibn Jamaz

Continuing on with the variant readings from different Arabic Qur’ān’s we’re proving the SIN (standard Islamic narrative) is not true. The Arabic text found in the following versions of the Qur’ān contradicts each other. The following reading we have a singular word against a plural word.

Hafs Qur’ān

Hafs Qur’ān: al kuffaar “The unbelievers”

And those before them did indeed make plans, but all planning is Allah’s; He knows what every soul earns, and the unbelievers shall come to know for whom is the (better) issue of the abode. — Surah 13:42

Ibn Jamaz Qur’ān

Ibn Jamaz Qur’ān: al kaafir “The unbeliever”

And those before them did indeed make plans, but all planning is Allah’s; He knows what every soul earns, and the unbeliever shall come to know for whom is the (better) issue of the abode. — Surah 13:42

Conclusion

How can the Qur’ān be from God? God doesn’t contradict His own word, the Qur’ān has errors historically, topographically, orthographically and theologically. If God doesn’t make mistakes and if the Qur’ān was from God it would have no mistakes at all. Muslims claim there’s only 1 Qur’ān then how can 1 Qur’ān say two different things in the same ayat?

By looking at the 2 words closely we see they are different which 2 different meanings. The rasm is not the same and the diacritical marks are different.

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