CC Madhya 18.197

tomāra paṇḍita-sabāra nāhi śāstra-jñāna
pūrvāpara-vidhi-madhye ‘para’ — balavān
Word for word: 
tomāra paṇḍita-sabāra — of the learned scholars of your community; nāhi — there is not; śāstra-jñāna — knowledge of revealed scripture; pūrva-apara — former and latter; vidhi — regulative principles; madhye — among; para — the conclusion at the end; balavān — most powerful.
Translation: 
“The scholars of the Koran are not very advanced in knowledge. Although there are many methods prescribed, they do not know that the ultimate conclusion should be considered the most powerful.