



Truth: Does it take a computer specialist to interpret the Koran on inheritance?Reader comment on item: Islamism 2.0 Submitted by Plato (India), Apr 2, 2010 at 04:50 Mr Truth you wrote, >>To Plato, Soetero and their supporters; You stated "Allah has taught Muslims some strange math". Not really. Check the link below by Dr. Yamout to be enlightened about Mathematics and the the accuracy of each of the inheritance versus mentioned in the Quran proven by advanced mathematics. http://www.islamstandstall.com/claims/Inheritance/Inheritance.mht<< The website you cite is just a lot of mathematical symbols. If you understood (I don't) what they stand for you could have put in the numbers from 4:11, 4:12 and 4:176 and shown your readers the wonder of Allah's mathematics. Since you have not done it, would I not be correct in assuming that you also have no idea what the mathematical scribbling means? Why don't you try your hand at it? Or ask some mathematically minded friend of yours to do it for you. Allah says the Koran is an easy book to understand. The mathematical formula you have cited for a simple division of property would confound the mullahs and maulanas who give rulings on inheritance Try asking your local Islamic scholar to figure out how to use the formula to divide up a dead person's property. You have of course not answered the fact Allah does not even know kindergarten level mathematics when accounting for the number of days He took to create the universe. Before venturing into the exotic mathematics of inheritance try to answer how 6=8 for Allah. Regards Plato Regards Plato Note: Opinions expressed in comments are those of the authors alone and not necessarily those of Daniel Pipes. Original writing only, please. Comments are screened and in some cases edited before posting. Reasoned disagreement is welcome but not comments that are scurrilous, offtopic, commercial, disparaging religions, or otherwise inappropriate. For complete regulations, see the "Guidelines for Reader Comments". Comment on this item 
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