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Violence in the Qur'an

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 24, 2009 at 06:33

Our dear samer who pretends to know Arabic but he does not seem to know that the word dahaaha means he made it flat as in the earth is flat (so is the earth flat mr ignorant?)

>The bible orders killing of women and children indiscriminately-

I do not know what is in the Bible but if you are correct then:

1. You would agree with me that the Bible is a kitab muharaf, oh I forgot that you do not know wnay Arabic, corrupted book right?

2. Then those violant verses in the Bible must be tahreef too. Right?

3. Do you know what this means? It means that you have no case so far

>unlike the Quran orders the killing those who fight you.

Really? Then where would I find in the following verses ayat al-sayf and ayat al-jizya: ya ayuha al-muslimeen iqtollo al-ladhina yuqatilunakum faqat! You will never find it and how come you did not know that?

>Muhammad ordered us and his troops NOT to kill any woman any child any old people any priests praying in their synagogues

Oh so where would I find in the Qur'an a book that you cannot read in Arabic (remember al-adna v adna?) la taqtulu al-nisa' wa la aye tiflan aw al-ta3een fi al-sin aw al-qussus al-ladhina ya3budu fi majame3 al-yahood

And mr ignorant where would you find priests praying in synagogues?

>Not to cut any tree

So there were tress in the Mecca or Medina? really?

>or kill any animal,

And how about 3eed al-adha mr ignorant?

>only fight those who fight you"

Really? so where would i find in the Qur'an la-tuharibu ila al-ladhina yuharibunakum that has not been abrogated? Let me help you: you will not find it

>This is Islam , unlike Judaism and Christianity (of course we don't believe in much of what is in the bible, because it is human hand who wrote it mostly) not God's words (mostly)

Oh then the Qur'an is really the words of Allah? relley? Then how can you explain the fact that we do not have a qul in surat al-fatiha? and is it maaliki or is it maliki in surat al-fatiha? and how about Q53:32 which is clear Quranic interpolation and cannot be part of the Qur'an? and how about ayat al-rajm that was it eaten by a hungry goat as we are told? and why would allah allow a hungy goat to eat his own words? and how about ina hadhan la sahiran? and this is poor Arabic after all your Allah must have known his Arabic! and how about "variant traditions (see JW) as in the case of let us say the two gardens tradition? and these are only a few examples

And for the readers: the most corrupted book must be the Qur'an

>The only book that is 100% God's words is the Holy Quran

The Qur'an is the most corrupted book that is no more than plagiarism of asateer al-qudama' and most of the time and most of the time the author of the Qur'an did not even get it

I urge you to abandon Islam and be free again

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