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No mistake or contradiction in the Quran?

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Submitted by North (Norway), Apr 1, 2009 at 15:50

6/151 says you are prohibitted from being good to your parents. Islamic scholars agree on that this must be a mistake - it CONTRADICTS everything the Quran says other places about how to treat your parents.

And when the Islamic scholars agree on this, it means there at lest is one mistake and one contradictionc accepted also by Islam. Which means that the Quran is not perfect and without mistakes and contradictions.

If you go to www.1000mistakes.com you will find a number of mistakes - f. ex. within astronomy.

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