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For Tim: more fantasy and Muslim logic!

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in response to reader comment: Still waiting for your answer to my original question

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 11, 2006 at 21:18

My dear Tim, you really live in a world of fantasy. You wrote:

>"In the first place you haven't answered my original question: Where in the Quran does it state that Jesus was God?"

You are correct it does not say in The Qur'an that Jesus _was_God. It says in the Qur'an that Jesus _is_ God based on the old saying: "al-tafseer lel sahaba wa al-ta'weel lel 3Ulama/jami3" Wanna know more?

>I promise that if you answer that (that the Qur'an says that Jesus is indeed God that is) that I will answer any question that you post to me

But my dear Tim you are, and you must pardon me, a careless reader as I have already told you that the answer is in the ta'weel of (the word ta'weel? Sorry I forgot that you know no Arabic but you can ask your Muslim friends, if they know Arabic that is, to tell you what the word ta'weel really means) Q19:16-34, Q2:253, Q3:49, Q4:157-158. So I provided you with the information from your Allah's book. Oh I'm sorry I forgot that you are Jewish silly me. And oh i forgot that you know no Arabic! Urdu may be?

Now I will be nice and help you in your own ta'weel when you read the above ayat remember:

1. Only a god can breath life in let us say clay birds.

2. A being that does not die must be a God.

3. Only a God can raise the dead and cure the sick. Oh I forgot also a good doctor can cure the sick.

>second, I'm not a Muslim

My dear Tim did I ask: are you a Muslim?

> I'm a Jew

And i noticed that you babble in Hebrew then may be you can translate for me what the following really means: "yazkhar le-olam berito"!

>so I don't have a "Mullah" or Imam.

Did I ask you if you have an Imam or even a Sheikh? But you still can ask your Mullah for help if you wish, and good luck.

>and I do know that the Qur'an teaches of only one God

You are very correct and that God is an old pre-Islamic Arabian pagan deity also known as Hubal (see Wellhausen and Crone's Meccan trade)

>and Jesus is not him

You are wrong here and as you shall see in our little chat that the confused theology of the poor theologian Abul qasim aka Muhammad tells us that Jesus is indeed God.

>So if you would really like to continue this discussion

But I do my dear Tim!

>then please answer my question first

Tsk...tsk...tsk...my dear Tim but I already did, and why are you in the habit of repeating your self?

>I've asked many Muslim and Christian friends..

Oh the old some of my best friends oh well...

>about the Qur'an stand on Jesus and none understand where you find your claim

Why are you in the habit of repeating your self? Just answer my questions first and then you will learn a lot.

PS: say Hi to our dear Nuray and may be he can join us in our little chat.

So much for Muslim fantasy

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