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The Qur'an is the word of MUHAMMAD not Allah

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Submitted by Stuart Parsons (United Kingdom), May 4, 2009 at 12:05

An omniscient diety is one who is infallible an not capable of making mistakes. The Qur'an contains many mistakes ranging fron the change of mind from the Mecca to Medina period to the ridiculous assertion by Allah that the sun sets in a 'murky pool'. During the Meccan period Allah (Muhammad) was happy to accept Jews and Christians into Paradise, but during the Medina period Allah (Muhammad) had changed his mind so that Jews and Christians were exccluded from Paradise. And so much hatred exists and so much killing takes place because people indoctrinated from birth believe all these stupid stories of a perfect prophet and the son of God born of a virgin.......... come on face up to it Muhammad married Ayesha because ... he was no prophet he was a typical 7th century Arabian barbarian.


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