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Our dear Awang tells us that Muhammad was illiterate which very well explains why the Qur'an is such a confused and confusing book

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 28, 2014 at 09:58

Our dear Awang who lives in Malaysia who would have been a basket case not unlike Bangladesh without its Hindu and Chinese citizens right our dear Awang the wannabe Arab?

So our dear Awang who lives among kuffar that support his likes is responging to this question

The comprehensive historical narrative and the depth of detail in the Bible compared to the disjointed and hodgepodge mention of biblical names in the Quran out of its Jewish context reveals Muhammad's plagiarism of the Bible to any reasonable fair minded student.
Unquote.

And this is his answer

However, within the same Point No. 7, Paragraph 2, towards the end of your Line No. 1, you have acknowledge that, Muhammad is : "an illiterate Arab".

So what is your point? Take the case of the Hindu Vedas they were transmitted orally for a very long period of time so all your so called prophet had to do was to listen to what the likes of Bahira was telling him in Syaic and at times Muhammad got the information correct and at times he did not get it as in saying that the Trinity is really Allah and Jesus and Mary

But wait are you aware that your so called prophet signed the treaty of al-Hudaybiyya and wrote first Muhammad Rasul Allah and then he changed it to Muhammad ibn Abd Allah so it means that he knew how to write at least his name

More damaging to your case we are told that Zaid Ibn Thabit his scribe and assistant was able to read both Hebrew and Syriac and that he was reading and telling Muhammad what was in the OT and the Peshitta

How come you did not know that?

As for the term al-rasul al-nabi al-ummi it really means the messenger the prophet who is a gentile and you know what? the word Ummi does not mean illiterate but it means non Jewish so your so called prophet was the messenger the non Jewish prophet

Do you get it our dear Awang who lives in Malaysia and whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by Islam

But wait do you think that the Qur'an is such a literary disaster because it was written by an illiterate? What do you think?

Now you tell me why do you want to make a fool of yourself?

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