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Our dear Zuma is quoting a corrupted book as per the Islamic literary sources

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 21, 2017 at 06:47

Our dear Zuma I have more questions for you

1. Your Allah says that he is the author of the Gospels and the Tawrat Right?

2. He also says that no one can change his words!

3. He also says but the Jews and Christians corrupted his books Right? I'm curious how did this happen our dear Zuma? and where can we find the uncorrupted copies of the Gospels and the Tawrrat or were they eaten too by a hungry goat like the one that ate the Qur'an?

4. So Allah must also be the author of the Gospel of Barnabas right?

5. But the Gospel of Barnabas must be a corrupted book And is it either Allah is right and the Christians corrupted it or he is making things up? So which one is it?

6. Now you tell us kuffar why would you quote a corrupted book in this case the Gospel of Barnabas in-order to prove a point?

I will be waiting for your answers with great anticipation

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