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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 8, 2007 at 15:23

Our dear mansoor who knows no Arabic or Hebrew or Greek or Syro-Aramaic wrote this little gem

Due to cool, diluted and confusing nature of Bible (which we believe has been corrupted) Christians have not taken it seriously to change their lifestyle.

Who really cares if you or your Allah believe that the jews and Christians harafu (oh Arabic a language that you do not know) the Bible. But wait: could you tell us ya ayuha al-faylasoof al-kabeer who really corrupted the bible as in names? and where was the Bible corrupted as in the place? and why was the bible corrupted? and where can I find the real copy called al-injiil wa al-taurah? and could you go through the Bible verse by verse in its primary languages be it Hebrew, Greek or Syro-Aramaic and inform us of hhere is really the corruption?

Oh speaking of corruption: The Quranic rasm MLK in surat al-fatiha is read as: maaliki or Maliki! So which one is it? and is it iqtoloo or is it qatiloo in ayat al-sayf and how come there is an absent alif in the rasm of the word MLK in surat al-fatiha? You know what? The Qur'an must be the most edited and therefore the most corrupted piece of literature. How come you did not know that?


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