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Plagiarism and the book of Allah and the Greek novel of "The Romance of Alexander"

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jul 6, 2008 at 18:02

Our dear samer who is not man enough to admit that the Qur'an says adna and not his bogus al-adna and he ain't no Arab, ... Now he is informing us about the Quranic story of Dhul Qarnain or Alexander the Great.

But what he does not seem to know is that story is in fact a work of fiction by the Greeks (the romance of Alexander) and Muhammad and I will be kind here: "borrowed" such work of literary fiction and claimed that it is the word of Allah. I call this: chutzbah and I'm sure you agree with me that this fits the definition of plagiarism

Are you also aware that Alexander the great was gay astaghfirullah? So did Allah make him this way? and no there is nothing wrong with being gay except in the mind of your Allah and wannabe arabs like you

So much for the Qur'an and the word of Allah

Submitting....

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