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Allah and the flat earth that he unstitched from the skies! Go figure

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 27, 2008 at 19:12

Hi Infidel you wrote

>We obviously do not give enough credit to Muhammad, who carefully explained the mystery of the planet Earth. Muhammad received the truth from Allah through the Angel Gabriel. Now here is the truth about the planet Earth.

>"Hazrat Abdullah Muslem asked Muhammad (pbuh): Ya Rasul Allah! Please tell us, on what does this vast earth stand? Muhammad replied: Allah has placed this seven-layered, huge earth on the horn of a cow. This cow has four thousand such horns, and the distance from one horn to another is a journey of five hundred years. This gigantic cow is standing on the back of a giant fish. This fish is floating on glutinous water; the depth of this water is the distance of a journey of forty years. The glutinous water is resting on floating air. This air or atmosphere is resting on darkness. The darkness rests upon the Hell and that Hell is placed on a massive stone. This massive stone is resting on the head of an enormous Farishta (angel); the Farishta is standing on wind and the wind is resting on the empty world of Allah's Kudrat (glory)."

ROTFL where did you get this little gem from? But what is really funny is that the few non English words in the text are really not Arabic words and they are what I call Pakistani Arabic and they are

1. Hazrat and this must be my favorite Pakistani Arabic word as the Arabic word hazart means: I will pass gas

2. Farishta (angel) ROTFLPakistani Arabic the Arabic word for angel is malak and I can see some Pakistani saying to gabriel hazrat farishta and I can see gabriel replying: an' yo mama too and the funny thing here is that Arabs would have no clue about what is really a farishta

3. Kudrat (glory) ROTFL Pakistani Arabic there is no such word in Arabic . The word glory in Arabic means: majd or jalala. And yes there is an Arabic word that is close enough and it is qudra or ability to but it is for sure does not mean glory

These Pakistanis should be ashamed but again they are the victims of the biggest hoax in the history of man and woman kind

Oh Allah's cosmology?

Boys and girls Allah says that the earth is flat and it is really the center of the universe and the sun and the moon orbit earth and earth was stitched to the skies and then Allah unstitched the earth from the skies et voila we have the flat earth (it makes you wonder are the other stars still stuck to the the skies and Allah needs to unstitch them) then Allah created the mountains so they can be like the pegs (rawasi) of a tent so the skies that he unstitched from the flat earth does not come down crashing on our beds (farash) or is it so we do not get earth quakes and only allahu a3lam. It seems that Allah read Ptolemy's almagest and got stuck there. Kepler or Copernicus? Allah had no clue aout their work So much for the book of Arabian ignorance

>So tell me Muslim friends; is Muhammad right?

May I include Allah here too?

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