to Dhimmi no more
Submitted by tariq (United Arab Emirates), Feb 19, 2006 at 07:34"You did not get a single word of what I wrote"
did u understand ANYTHING i said here?:http://www.danielpipes.org/comments/33835
Specially this part:
"Also my questions have gone unanswered.
eg " if u do decide to write some kind of explanation for "Deuteronomy 22:23-24 and Deuteronomy 22:28-29 read 2 Samuel 12:11-14 NAB" plz also explain Leviticus 20:13 NAB
and Exodus 21:17(new revised standard edition)"
I'll be waiting for any justification for the above mentioned passages of the bibles."
"Now, let us take some baby steps"
I'd rather take large leaps.
How come the Quran speaks of the Big Bang?:
"Do not the Unbelievers see
that the heavens and the earth
were joined together (as one
unit of Creation), before
We clove them asunder?..."
Dont you see it?
"Let us say that there is a verse in the Bible be it in Exodus or whatever, that says: "Kill the idolators" not unlike the infamous 9:4 or "iqtolo al-Mushrikeen" (oh I forgot that you know no Arabic): "Kill the idolators."
Actrually Exodus 21:17(revised standard edition) says:
"Whoever curses his father or his mother shall be put to death"
And the Quran does not refer to the idolators as a whole, only those who are invovled in that war.
"Now, be it the Muslim that you are, you are being told by Muhammad or is it by the Allah thing... that that the Yahud wa al-Nassara ( I forgot that you know no Arabic) corrupted the Bible. If this is the case why would you believe that the above verse was not corrupted? "
I believe it ws corrupted. and thts exactly i trying to tell you. but u dont understand. 'But this does not surprise me'!!
Tell me mr dhimmi. was water and earth created before light(read genesis chapter 1)
"I will be waiting for your answer..."
I have been waiting for your answers for a loooong time. when will i get any?
How can Quran mention the Big Bang???
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