[19:28]: O sister of Aaron, your father was not a man of evil, nor was your mother unchaste."
1st accusation: O sister of Aaron= she was from the priestly class so must abide by the priestly laws they had created
2nd accusation: your father was not a man of evil= she was from an good family
3rd accusation: nor was your mother unchaste = bā ghayn yā also means rebellious, disobedient and we should take this as her father was not accused of fornication which would have been the case if this was true
19:28. They said, 'O sister of Aaron! Neither was your father a wicked man, nor had your mother revolted against the clerical discipline. (With such a noble, religious and law abiding ancestry, look at what you have done and the kind of education you have given to your son.)
Three accusations, not one stating SHE WAS a fornicator.
When she pointed to the young man, Jesus, did he say I was born from a virgin so your accusation of adultery is false, which, using your illogical arguments, would have been a good place to say this, thus proving he had no father, or DID HE SPEAK ABOUT THE REFORM HE WAS GOING TO ACHIEVE, which ANSWERS THE QUESTIONS THEY WERE POSING REGARDING HIS MOTHER VIOLATING THEIR RULES
19:29 Then she pointed to him. They said, "How can we talk to one who is in the cradle, a young boy?"
[Mary and Joseph had lived in Bethelhem for years. ‘In the cradle’, idiomatically means a young person. In 19:31 he promises to establish the Divine System and set up the Just Economic Order. Can a child say that?]
19:30 But he spoke up, "Indeed, I am a servant of God. He has given me revelation and appointed me a Prophet.”
19:31 “He has made me blessed wherever I may be. He has enjoined upon me to establish the Divine System and help set up the Just Economic Order as long as I live.”
19:32 “And He has made me kind to my mother, and has not made me haughty, unblessed.”
19:33 “Peace was on me the day I was born, and the day I die, and the day I will be raised to life again." [19:15]
19:34 Such was Jesus, the son of Mary and this is the truth of this matter about whose nature they so deeply disagree.