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Probably the goat ate that bit

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Submitted by Peter Hall (Australia), Aug 15, 2012 at 01:32

I am amazed at what the Muslim world believes.

Do you know that God used a goat to edit the Quran? It is true. Since it is according to Mohammed what is in the Quran is Gods words, Muslims must beleiev God uses goats as editors.

You ask for proof?

Apparently while Aisha and her fellow Muslims were off digging the hole to stick Mohammed into, a goat came in and ate part of the Quran, does seem to inspired if a goat was one of the deciding parties as to what made in into the Holey book

This story can be found in Ibn Magah, Nikah, 36/1944 and Ibn Hanbal, 5/131,132,183; 6/269

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