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Our dear Jessie and her poor Muslim education

Reader comment on item: Mahram Despotism vs. Saudi Women
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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 2, 2009 at 08:04

Darling: I just checked our dear Girl's cut and paste job

This review of Meccan Trade below is incorrect and if you took the time ms ignorant you would have realized that such review is being challenged because it is very clear that the author of the review did not read the book.

Let me repeat again: In Meccan Trade Crone examines the so called Meccan trade by reading the Qur'an and suart Quraish and she proves that no one had a clue not back then and not now what this sura is all about and then she examines the Muslim and no Muslim sources about the so called Hijazi and Meccan Trade and the picture that emerges is that the Meccan trade was neither vast nor important and it was only in cheap goods and that is it

In hagarism this is where she examines the origin of islam by reading the extant non Muslim sources but her reconstruction is not correct and our dear Girl cut and pasted a poor review without knowing that the author of the review has no clue about what he was talking about

Shame on you for not checking the books for youself but again Islam is known to retard good brains

- - >Regarding Ms. Crone's book Meccan Trade and the Rise of Islam, you write: "Bogus she does not say that. And did you read Meccan Trade? " These are small quotes from sites discussing the book:"The book provides evidence that Islam did not originate in Mecca, located in the Hejaz region of what is modern day SaudiArabia."(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meccan_Trade_and_the_Rise_of_Islam)"the author reexamines the evidence for the religious status of pre-Islamic Mecca and seeks to elucidate the nature of the sources on which we should reconstruct our picture of the birth of the new religion in Arabia." http://www.amazon.com/Meccan-Trade-Islam-Patricia-Crone/dp/159333102 dear Girl knows how to google and use an invention by infidles sobhanallah... you did not read the book right? shame on youAnd for the readers I refer you to my blog about Hagarism which is another book that our dear Girl was alluding to without knowing. How pathetic - -where she was refering to this? i only see her refering to meccan trade how pathetic for you to try to change what people write shame on you for depending too much on racist books anyhowyou are a joker lolOur

Shame on you for making comments on two books that you did not read but again if you can believe that an Arabian warlord and caravan raider sopke to an Arabian deity then you can believe anything

Shame on you

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