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Our dear Fatima and her lesson in islamic theology!

Reader comment on item: Ban the Burqa - and the Niqab Too
in response to reader comment: Quran doesnt say that Jesus PBUH is god

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 14, 2007 at 18:14

But our dear fatima we are told by no other than Ibn Ishaq and you ain't Ibn Ishaq that sabab al-nuzul for surat al-ikhlas was not anti-Christian but it was revelead because the jews of Mecca posed the following question to Abul Qasim: "Who really created your Allah?" The old Aristotlean quesion.

But your Allah and his prophet Abul Qasim aka Muhmmad's command of falsafa wa tafkeer 3aqli was not the best and they came up with guess what? Surat al-Ikhlas.

And where does it say in surat al-ikhlas anything about Jesus or even the Trinity ya ayuha al-fahlawiya al-kabira? Let me help you: It does not. And even if it says something about the Trinity your Allah's definition of the Trinity is Allah, jesus and Mary (sic) and I agree with your Allah that this is a false Trinity. Right?

But you will agree with me our dear Fatima that your Allah is silent about the real Christian Tirnity which is: God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit and because your Allah is silent about such Tirnity I assume that your allah has no difficulty with such Trinity.

See how logic is easy our dear Fatima?


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