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Half knowledge is dangerous

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jul 23, 2014 at 07:10

Our dear Wasim wrote this little gem

King Akhneten of Egypt invented monotheism at the name of God.

Therefore your little gobbledygook claims are bogus because this would mean that King Akhneten invented the creepy and illogical La Ilah Ila Allah

See? it is very easy to prove that you are clueless

Muhammad invented the lesson La Ilaha Illallah that 'Allah is Zaat', this is against the lesson of monotheism.

May be in your limited and poor education but let me help you it is Greek logic that proved with great ease that monotheism is illogical and if you can read Arabic which I doubt very much then read al-Tabari's exegesis of Q112:1 and the Aristotelian question if Allah created this creation then who created Allah?

This is how you can prove that monotheism is illogical and bogus

You and you must pardon me have too much time on your hands and real learning is beyond you and remember what I say half knowledge is dangerous

The believers of monotheism could not prove 'that single personality is stayed upon the skies'.

How can you prove or disprove it O glorious madrassa graduate? You cannot

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