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Quranic disasters and more Syriac in the Qur'an and the word al-furqan oh it ain't the Qur'an

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 12, 2012 at 09:50

The more one digs in the Qur'an the more one finds Syriac where you least expect it so Allah, Qur'an, bism allah al-rahman al-raheem, tur sarat, rum are Syriac words so while we are waiting for our dear Amin to comment on the case of the Mullah in Guyana that molested a Muslim boy here is another Quranic disaster

The Quranic word فرقان the ulama had no clue what to make out of it so we are told that it is close enough to the word al-Qur'an then it must have something to do with al-Qur'an or may be it has something to do with the Arabic root FRQ then it must have something to do with it when in actual fact the word is Syriac ܦܘܪܩܢܐ

Oh purqana? it means salvation a very Christian concept

See what happens when the author of a book plagiarizes the literature of a far superior civilization?

Oh next I will revisit from the bag of tricks al-Tabari and his masoritic exegesis of the Quranic disaster in hadhan lasahiran

And so much for the islamic furqan

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