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Mansoor, not a poison filled heart

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Submitted by Infidel (Canada), Mar 18, 2008 at 22:30

Mansoor, I've studied the Holy Bible for 20 years, and at the present I have 12 different translations in my personal library. I've studied the Qur'an and Hadiths for 7 years. I've 3 Qur'ans by 3 different authors and 1 copy of the Hadiths in my library. Furthermore, I've read 6 books authored by individuals, regarding the history of Islam, who have studied Islam far more than I ever did.

One of those books is by an individual whose family are Muslims, he was raised as a Muslim and today is a University professor in the USA. In studying the history of Islam, I learned that Mohammad could not read or write and his knowledge in the Qur'an came from a Jew by the name of Dhu Nuwas, who lived in Mecca. That will probably explain why there are references to the "Old Testament Bible". According to Muhammad, his knowledge comes from meditating in a cave, where he often suffered from epilepsy.

During his epileptic seizures, Gabriel came to him and forced him to "recite". Mohammad insists that he memorized Gabriel's information and repeated it to his friends, who wrote his recitation on rocks, tree barks and animal hides. Therefore, my so called, "false allegations, shameful stories and maligned perceptions", are based on studies and not on my own theories. Now tell me, Mansoor, have you studied the Bible, or was the Qur'an sufficient?


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