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Our dear Ahmed Khota and Abul Qasim's little trip is plagiarized from Zoroastrianism part deux and guess what boys and girls: he has no answers

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 6, 2008 at 07:08

So what did we learn from our dear Ahmed Khota the victim of Arabian imperialism? Nothing not a thing

For the readers our dear Ahmed did not even address anything that I wrote about Muhammad's little trip called al-isra' wa al-mi3raj (Abul Qasim's little trip on top of the Zoroastrian Buraq to Jerusalem (sic)) and the fact that it was plagiarized from the Zoroastrian's Arta Viraf or the fact that his assertion that Muhammad is indeed sayyid al-mursaleen is non Quranic and bogus and my guess is that he does not know any Arabic and could not understand the Arabic in my blog and then he comes back to tell me, instead of addressing my claims, that if Islam is all gobbledygook nonsesne then why not the Bible too.

Our dear Ahmed: I'm not here to defend the Bible. I'm here to expose Muslims like you and to tell the readers what the Qur'an really says in Arabic a language that you cannot read, speak or write

>Everything the Muslim's believe in is gobbledygook for you.

Anyone that believe that an Arabian warlord and caravan raider and child molester spoke to an Arabian deity called Allah should be told that this is Islamic gobbledygook

>I suppose the Jewish belief that Moses existed, the Children of Israel existed, is all gobbledygook for you.The Jewish belief that Moses led the Children of Israel to the Red Sea , from the pursuing Pharoah, is all gobbledygook for you.The Jewish belief that Moses pointed his staff/stick to the Red Sea, and the water parted, and the Children of Israel walked on the floor of the Red Sea, to safety, is all gobbledygook for you.The Jewish belief that the Pharoah and his army were drowned by the same Red Sea that parted for the Children of Israel, is all gobbledygook for you.

Hello: What gave you the impression that I do believe what the Bible really says?

>The Christian belief that Jesus was born of Mother only, and no father is gobbledygook for you.

Wait: But the Qur'an a book that you cannot read in Arabic because you are no Arab says the same. So who is really Jesus' daddy as per your Arabian Allah?

Oh and who is really your Allah's daddy as per sira pages 572-573? Was Allah also the product of an immaculate conception?

>The Christian belief that Jesus healed the blind, cripple, lepers is all gobbledygook for you.

What gave you the impression that I believe this nonsense and you know what hurts you the most? It is the fact that your Allah says the same that Jesus cured the leper and the blind oh and created life in clay birds (plagiarized from The gnostic Gospel of Thomas extant in Coptic) albeit biidhin Allah oh you forgot and Jesus did not die but your Allah rafa3ahua oh no I do not translate Atabic for wannabe Arabs like you

Do you know what this means?

1. Anyone who can cure a leper or the blind back then is either a good docotor or a God and as far as we know Jesus was not a doctor then he must be God

2. Anyone who can create life albeit biidhin allah must be God. And remember that your Allah asks you to "qatil fi sabeel Allah" and you know what this means? It means that your Allah is asking mortals to help him so I see nothing wrong with Jesus creating life albeit biidhin Allah

3. Any being who does not die and Jesus did not die must be God.

Congratulations our dear Ahmed but the Qur'an really says that Jesus is ineed God and because your Allah descirbes himslef as: makkar then I must assume that part of his makr is that Jesus must be Allah

Sorry but I'm not the author of this poor theology called islamic theology

I urge you to abandon islam and be whole again

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