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Submitted by Mohammed Waza Khiddif Id'ullah (Australia), Jul 9, 2015 at 06:34

"..Now is the Qur'an a book of secular sciences? "

. Bizarre ramblings from and about a 7th century bedouin thug don't come under the heading of non-fiction - so 'no'.

A book that repeats the cosmic views of Ptolemy is not a book of science as we understand the word science.."

Any health advice from mohammed in any of their 'scriptures' certainly has no basis in medical science - which is what muslims claim.

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