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Our dear Keith and the comforter and Abul Qasim in the Bible

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in response to reader comment: Good but also, don't forget about the last prophet, he whom Jesus spoke

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 8, 2008 at 22:03

Oh let me see:

1. You would agree with me that the jews and the Christians harafu (sic) the Bible or at least this is what your Arabian Allah says. Right? Oh harafu? it means corrupted

2. Then why do you quote a corrupted book (sic)? Rememebr that old saying: garbage in oh you know the rest.

3. Then how can you be sure that the so called comforter in the Bible is no more than Biblical tahreef mr ignorant?

4. Oh there is more: where does it say in the Bible that the comforter is Abul Qasim whose name is Qutham the Arabian warlord and caravan raider?

5. And how can you be sure that Qutham whose Kunya is abul Qasim did not change his name to MUhammad/Ahamd after he heard about the Biblical comforter and this is no more than a case of reversing cause for effect?

6. Oh I just changed my name from DNM to MUhammad and my friends call me Ahmad do you think that I am the Biblcial comforter?and I'm not even an Arabian warlord or caravan raider

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