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Our dear samer and ayat al-rajm and the hungry goat who ate the aya

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 30, 2008 at 12:32

Our dear Samer wrote

>That is correct no stoning in Islam,

That is true but we read about ayat al-rajm or the stoning verse but it does not exist in the Qur'an and we are told some funny and bizarre explanations for why it was not included in the Qur'an and one of them is that a hungry goat ate the palm leaf over which ayat al-rajm was written. Oh the little goat ate Allah's words. ROTFL How come you did not know that?

>only wipping, the quran mention wipping only,

But the barabric shari3a tells us that the punishment of al-zani wa al-zania is rajm or stoning and not jald or whipping (Q24:4) How do you explain that? Oh the goat ate the aya excuse? What a joke

>you can never find a single verse that states stoning

How come you did not that? and why did you not state that the shari3a contrary to the Qur'an tells us that the punishment for the zani and zania is rajm or stoning and not jald or whipping? ...

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