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Our dear Ayaz and Abul Qasim in the Bible! Really?

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in response to reader comment: Muhammed(PBUH) is mentioned in various scriptures

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 22, 2008 at 07:31

I'm reposting this again. Now our dear Ayaz, you tell us

1. Your Allah says that al-yahuud wa al-nasara harafu (corrupted)al-taurah wa al-injill! Right? Oh darn it you do not know any Arabic well may be you can ask your Mullah if he knows Arabic. Then why do you use a corrupted book as a reference? Do you think that may be if you find Muhammad's name in the Bible that this might be a corruption? What do you think ya roh baba?

2. Now we are told that Muhammad's name was Qutham and his kunya is Abul Qasim. So where can I find either name in the Bible?

3. Even if you find the name of Muhammad' in the Bible then how can you be sure that this Muhammad is indeed Abul Qasim aka Qutham aka Ahmad that Arabian warlord and caravan raider that claimed that an Arabian deity called Allah spoke to him via an angel between 610CE and 632CE?

4. Now how can you be sure that may be Qutam aka Abul Qasim realized that there is some Muhammad name mentioned in the Bible and then he decided tio change his name to Ahmad/Muhammad? Or a clear case of reversing cause for effect! What do you think?

5. Oh I forgot: I also changed my name to Muhammad. Do you think that this Muhammad in the Bible is me? After all your Allah spoke to me via an angel called Gabriel and I have a book for you.

Shame on you and your Muslim education


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