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Reader comment on item: Is Allah God? - Continued
in response to reader comment: Point of correction

Submitted by Simon (United States), Jul 5, 2007 at 23:30

"…The Quran commands us to believe in both the Torah and Injil, and warns us about the corruptions that have been introduced in these two books by its followeres (NOT by Prophets MUSA and ISAA)…"

So Mohamed confirmed the Torah and the Injil a dozen or two times in the Mecca Suras?

Later you have Mohamed claim the Bible became corrupt in the Medina Suras.

If Mo confirmed the Bible…he must have seen it or had possession of it or his companions must have seen it or had position of it.


Where did the corruption take place? Was it in the Middle of Mo's ministry prior to Medina?

Why Allah or Mo for thyat matter couldn't protect it?

Maybe Allah is not all that!

"…Finally, if early European Christians were true to their belief in Prophet Isaa, they could have preserved the original Injil in Aramaic.


Why did Mo confirm the Bible that was canonized about 300 A.D. and where did the corruption take place if the same original scriptures still exist? Was it when Mo confirmed it or after he confirmed it.

As far as the original Injil in Aramaic card goes, I am Syriac/Suryoyo and my family speaks Aramaic fluently. As a matter of fact my mother's first cousin is a Priest in the Syriac Orthodox Church in Southern California. He has the Bible in its original Aramaic tongue.

Does that mean he has the true Injil?

You really have to leave this bankrupt Islamic logic. It really makes good people go bad!

Instead of you guys blowing up buildings, why don't you guys build them?

Instead of you guys slitting throats, why don't you guys heal sick throats?

Why do Muslim doctors who are supposed to take an oath on healing people instead kill people by trying blowing them up at airports or clubs?

See how sick Islam makes a human into subhuman?


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