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in response to reader comment: Our dear Comprendre le Coran is chasing his tail! Truly pathetic

Submitted by Comprendre le coran (Germany), Jul 31, 2020 at 13:08

But you don't understand it is possible to understand the Coran with its history ? Don't we need the truth, and not the opinions ? Or you don't care about the reality ?

What is the link between the Coran and the Dome of the Rock ?

I thought that the Qur'an is a literary disaster, this is even worse. The disaster is not the Coran, but what the islamic tradition says about it, especially it is the God's book. When you agree this is 100 % false, the Coranic fantasm collapses. So, this is a disaster, or no, losts its importance.

The forerunners of Islam are the caliph's troops, and not the religious, who rejected the islam.

When Luxenberg says the Coran has syriac origins, this is correct for the text written by the religious persons, but false for the whole Coran. When Luxenberg says "Muhammad is Jesus Christ", this is a stupidity.

Is the God here is Allah? If yes then I do not do Allah! : Allah means God in syriac (Al Illah). There is only one God shared by the Christian and the Muslims, But it is not the same God, with the same characteristics. The Christian God is a love God. The muslim god was the caliphs, according to the latests suras. Of course, I reject the caliphs : no one would be more a Muslim if the true nature of Islam was known.

PS: Dear Readers: This thread is supposed to be about "Is Jerusalem mentioned in the Qur'an?"! Go figure!

Yes, I confirm, Jerusalem is in the Coran.

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