Sheikh Ahmad Kutty, a senior lecturer and Islamic scholar at the Islamic Institute of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, states: “The Qur’an sets the standard for grammar and style, for as recognized by the highest authorities of the Arabic language from the time of its revelation, the Qur’an is unsurpassed in style and expression; it is the ultimate measure of grammar and style in the language.
Therefore, it is axiomatic among the scholars, that the Qur’an that sets the standard for Arabic grammar and style, and not the other way around.
If, therefore, some eccentric minds have ‘discovered’ lately that the Qur’an ‘breaks the grammar rules’, it is due to sickness in their minds. Their agenda definitely is to cast doubts in the minds of the people about the Inimitable Book. So, take care who you learn your religion from, for as scholars have taught us: “This knowledge is religion; so, you must take care who you learn it from!”