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So was Abul Qasim really uneducated?

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 11, 2007 at 17:34

The Qur'an tells us that Muhammad is

al-rasul al-nabi al-'ummi

Which means the prophet (that belongs to the Biblical prophets) the GENTILE

The word 'Ummi means gentile and the word nabi (prophet) is a loan word from Hebrew. Darn it those Jews again. Now do you get it? And if you read Q96 it says: Iqra' or read it does not say qul or say. Big difference

Do you know what this means? It means that Abul Qasim is a gentile prophet who can read, this means he was able to read.

Now even if he was uneducated it very well explains why the Qur'an is such a confused and confusing book and it is nothing but poor literature.

Your claim is bogus

And no, I have never been Muslim or wanted to be one


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