posted on Sep, 21 2010 @ 10:04 AM
Right, the word is מַחֲמַדִּים and it is transcripted as mahmddim. The vocal under het is 'hatef patah' which isn't usually readed. Mem,
jod and hiraq depict that the word is in plural form. I'm not in situation to make exact translation so I hope you take your brains into your palm and
think how utterly brainless this claim is.
Only ignorant retards would think that this proofs Muhammed being real prophet.
Song of salomon is surprisingly "a song", ode etc. it's not counted in when elders etc. try to depict upcoming events or understanding prophecys.
Songs are, and were bull#. There's completely different styles of texts which define the events people should be checking out while solving out signs
of prophecys which are about to occur. Because of differences amonst the books of tanak, there's no misunderstanding about the prophecies.
Important prophecy texts usually start: כֹּה אָמַר יְהוִה
(Ancient arabs were most backward people in middle east, they were nomads, nabateans, reatarded enough to worship stones!, look it up, theres still
meteorite masoned to one corner of kaaba and they still think it's somewhat holy, as it was for centuries to all the other local pagans before
invention of islam.)
Oh and this is my first post to ATS, I've been following this forum for some time. Apologies for my bad english, it is my third language, Europe. I
know a whole lot about judeochristian religions and ancient cultures, and I can translate masoretic hebrew badly.
edit on 21-9-2010 by Caelus because: grammary + I corrected few verbs with more suitable ones