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More reason to doubt Muhammad

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in response to reader comment: The Syriac connection and Q2:69

Submitted by Mike Ramirez (United States), Mar 23, 2014 at 22:51

Thanks for the great explanation about how easy it was to get the words of colors mixed up in the transliteration of the scriptures. The fact that the transcribed words by man did not correspond with the words that God originally spoke to Moses are all the more reason why the Jewish and Christian people doubted Muhammad's claim to be a prophet of God. Had Muhammad really been a true prophet, God would have had him understand and know that the color of the heiffer was RED and it didn't even have to be written down for Muhammad to have it translated. He should have heard it directly from "Jibreel," the spirit-being that Muhammad claimed was revealing the words of God to him and then it would have been made clear through Jibreel's audible message for what color the heiffer really should be.

Good info from you, dhimmi no more, and thanks again. :)

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