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Nuray- contradiction remains

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Submitted by Richard the Lion heart (United States), Jan 23, 2006 at 00:41

Dear Nuray,

you said there is no contradiction sitting many suna's as proof. But the fact is the contradiction remains. Although most of the suna's you quoted say tha Noa's son drowned there still is one that says all of Noah's family was saved.

The biggest flaw is the fact in the Bible all of Noah's son's are saved while one dies in the koran and than he did not. You only confirmed the fact that this contradiction is in the Koran.
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