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If Allah cannot have a child then he cannot be omnipotent which means he is not a God

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 8, 2017 at 09:22

Our dear Usman who lives in the failed state of Pakistan and whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized murdered and enslaved by the Muslim invaders of India and he lives in a country where there are still cases of Polio Still his main preoccupation is:"God cannot have a son" Right our dear Usman al-Tablighee?

But he is good at copy and paste

>Jeusu (sic) peace be upon him not the son of Allah

But our dear Usman your Qur'an a book that you cannot read in Arabic talks about a character by the name of عيسى So where would I find such name in the Bible?

Dear readers and dear Christians our dear Usman al-Tablighee talks about a certain عيسى or 'Issa but you will never find such name in the Bible Right our dear Usman?

Oh but wait your Allah says that he BLEW his soul in Mary's vagina (What a disaster) and Mary got pregnant I must conclude that Allah must be 'Issa's papa right our dear Usman?

Oh more Allah created you right? Then he must be your papa Then congratulations our dear Usman but you are the son of Allah

More? Can Allah have a child?

1. If Allah cannot have a child then he is not omnipotent so is your Allah not omnipotent which means he is not a God Then congratulations our dear Usman because according to your logic Allah is not a God

2. The Qur'an says that Allah can have a child if he has a صاحبة Oh the Arabic? it is Sahiba or girl friend Right our dear Usman? This means that your Allah must be a guy and he can have sex and have a child too Right our dear Usman? You think we should give your Allah a dating site so he can find a صاحبة? How come you did not know that? Could it be because you are ignorant about what the Qur'an says or you were hoping that we kuffar do not know what the Qur'an says? Enlighten me

So let me ask you again: Can Allah have a child or not? I'm waiting

Then your are quoting the Bible right? But the Bible is a corrupted book our dear Usman the lost tablighee Then tell me why do you quote a corrupted book in-order to prove a point after all garbage in a garbage out right our dear Usman?

But I'm going to give you a second chance: The Qur'an says that Allah is the author of التوراة والانجيل So can you get me a copy of Allah's التوراة والانجيل? What happened to them? Hint: The Qur'an says no one can change or corrupt the words of Allah! But I will be waiting

I will be looking forward to your answers our dear Usman the lost tablighee

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