Answer: You have to focus on the second “l” (ل) in Allah (الله). Let’s analyze the so-called Grand Word and derive two rules that are easy to remember.
Sounds like wishful thinking… But the answer is YES!
Answer: It is “fa’asqaynākumūhu” (فَأَسْقَيْنَاكُمُوهُ)
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