The sixth word of verse (8:6) is divided into 2 morphological segments. An accusative particle and preventive particle. The accusative particle belongs to a special group of words known as inna and her sisters (ان واخواتها). The preventive particle mā stops inna from taking its normal role in the sentence. Together the segments are known as kāfa wa makfūfa (كافة ومكفوفة).
The analysis above refers to the sixth
verse of chapter 8 (sūrat
Sahih International: Arguing with you concerning the truth after it had become clear, as if they were being driven toward death while they were looking on.
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