Our dear KH and a goat that ate a certain palm leaf
Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 20, 2012 at 09:06
For the readers this is what our dear KH wrote
Nowhere in the Koran is this position held unless of course the author wishes to accept the Hadith
So our dear KH is saying that what is in the Qur'an is really what islam is all about right our dear KH?
Then how about the barbaric Quranic punishment for الزاني والزانية oh darn it the Arabic I mean the fornicator and the fornicatress and let me help you we find it in اية الجلد so can you tell us kuffar what does this mean?
But wait if we check the barbaric shari3a it seems that the punishment is الرجم but there no اية الرجم in the Qur'an right? So what happened to it? Let me help you: you will not find it in the Qur'an right?
So let me repeat my question? what happend to it? Oh darn it a little hungry goat ate the palm leaf upon which this little gem was written er voila it is gone. The goat ate Allah's words and what a disaster
For the readers: this is what Muslims tell us because it was too embarrassing to admit that this is part of the hated layer called الاسراءليات or those traditions that got into Islam from Judaism
So you see the Quranic ayat al-jald is not what Muslims will do and instead they are to follow ayat al-rajm which does not even exist in the Qur'an
You know what this means? It means that your above claim is no more than tablighee twists and turns
For the readers: It seems that this is another case where the Muslim Rabbis brought with them to islam their old religion.
What a disaster
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