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Hmm your quran is better than their quran?

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Submitted by Didi (United Kingdom), Jan 31, 2020 at 14:13

Oh you mean you want to show what it says in "your" translated version? And what makes your version better or more accurate than the terrorists?

Muslims can't even agree on Aisha's age or what is true or not. Yet, you want to act like outsiders misinterpret your beliefs? No... we listen to what your scholars say!

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