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وَ مَرۡیَمَ  ابۡنَتَ عِمۡرٰنَ  الَّتِیۡۤ  اَحۡصَنَتۡ فَرۡجَہَا  فَنَفَخۡنَا فِیۡہِ  مِنۡ  رُّوۡحِنَا وَ صَدَّقَتۡ بِکَلِمٰتِ رَبِّہَا وَ کُت

One verse show fanafakhna fehe indicates masculinity
In second fanafkhna fehaa shows feminism please explain
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وَ الَّتِیۡۤ  اَحۡصَنَتۡ فَرۡجَہَا فَنَفَخۡنَا فِیۡہَا مِنۡ رُّوۡحِنَا وَ جَعَلۡنٰہَا وَ ابۡنَہَاۤ  اٰیَۃً  لِّلۡعٰلَمِیۡنَ

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      • Muhammed Rizwan commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Actually it is a masculine thing which is being talked about here its a matter of reference to the place in Maryam's a.s neck i.e. collar where the Rooh was blown into. Hope you get it. Go through commentaries tafaseer for details.

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