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Safraz explains the complexity of the "Glorious Qur'an"

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in response to reader comment: Reply to Jennifer Solis

Submitted by Infidel (Canada), Apr 8, 2008 at 13:20

You're absolutely wrong regarding the understanding of the Qur'an... Anybody who can read and understand comics will surely understand the "The Glorious Qur'an". I commend you for this new strategy, that is, only Muslims can interpret the "Glorious Qur'an".

Thus if an "Infidel" quotes an embarrassing "Aya" from the Qur'an, you can declare that the "Infidel" has taken it out of "Context". Muhammad, who could neither read, or write was the only man who was able to recite the complex words of "The Glorious Qur'an". A man who could neither read, or write, recites the most complex book in the history of Planet Earth. Quoting Borat; WOW,WOW,WEE,WOW!


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