The amazing Tariq and the Islamic mind ...
Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 11, 2006 at 17:14This one is a gem and I will just quote it as you wrote it and will let the readers judge you:
In reponse to my question to Tariq, a graduate of some madrassa, about why would he quote the Bible _to prove a point_ if the Bible is corrupted as claimed by Muahmmad or is it the Allah thing, and his answer was:
"u (sic) ask me why i (sic) quote the bible (sic) if its corrupted. thats (sic) EXACTLY why i (sic) it. to (sic) show thats corrupted. and (sic) till now i (sic) didnt get any real argument FOR the bible."
To the readers: now you are free to judge Tariq.
As for you Tariq you need to get your money back from your madrassa, or go back to school, and you need to work on your english. But wait how good is your Arabic? or are you another Paki?
Next the infamous 9:4:
...Tariq: "he wrote: "may be you made a mistake"
No I did not _made_ a mistake. But this little slip makes me suspect that you know no Arabic!!! and may be not aware of the confusion of the book of ignorance about the numbering of the ayat (for any one interested in how Muslims worked on numbering the verses of the Qur'an see Michael Cook's "The Koran" and it is not pretty, in other words it total confusion)...
Then you wrote: "I have already this verse to Ianus."
So tell me one more time Ya faylasoof kabeer wa ya kathab, would you agree with a kafir like me that in ayat al-saif oh I forgot that I do not think that you know Arabic (the infamous 9:4)
And your answer is?
Last you wrote: "Once you read my explanation (sic) to Ianus, you II (sic) know you are ignorant, have no clue, and you really do not know what is in the Qur'an, and that you are a blatant liar."
Did you ever hear of plagiarism? You are a plagiarist.
Next your Arabic language test of the day so translate the following to english:
iqtol, yaqtul, yuuqatil, maqtool, taqtul, yaqtulan, qital.
I will be waiting for your answer.
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