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Our dear Asma ans speaking of scholars

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 20, 2008 at 06:25

Our dear Asma who has nothing more to say wrote

>I don't need 1000 so-called evidences.

Really? I did not know that I provided "1000 so called evidences"!

> One is enough.

Select any one you want darling. Let me help you: wa ma arsalna min rasulan ila bilisani qawmuhu. If your Allah would have said wa arsalna Muhammad karasulan li ahli Asma Begum al-hindusiyuun you would have had a case that Muhammad was sent as a rasul to your people the Hindus. So who was the rasul that was sent to your ancestors? Was it Rama or was it Ganesh because he ain't Muhammad

>But why instead of addressing my questions

What questions? Oh you have nothing to say. I see

> you are providing me with your debates or so-called evidences with probably somebody who is not a scholar or suffiecienly knowledgable?

And you ain't no scholar either darling. OK here is a deal may be you should find me a "shcolar" of your choice including your ignorant Mullah and let me have a chat with him

>hmm? do not slip from the track..

What track darling?

Submitting....

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