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Islam is really the religion of the Arabs but it seems that 70% of the books of islam were written by Persians (gasp!)

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 10, 2009 at 13:27

Our dear girl wrote

>you claim that Islam is really the creation of the Persians!.. So which is it Hijazi Arabs or Persians? ... Whoever suits your argument at the time?

Carless reader as usual. Did you really read what I wrote? I do not think so

Darling Ali Dashti in his book "Bist o Seh Sal" (oh the Persian? I do not translate it for wannabe arabs like you) claimed that 70% of kutub al-turath al-islami and not just that but kutub al-nahw wa qawa3id al-lugha al-3arabiyya were written in distant Mesopotamia and Iran by non Arabs and to add inuslt to injury and by Nestorians (oh you can google this word darling) the likes of Hunein Ibn Ishaq who changed the Arabic language beyond recognition in his translations of the Greek learning (from Greek to Syriac to the then defective Arabic) and to add insult to injury the Arab short vowels are plagiarized from Syriac and what a fadiha

Where would be the Arabic language today be without Sibawayhe who was an Afghani or Hunein Ibn Ishaq who was Christian and where would the bogus hadith (including the infamous breast feeding of the adult) without the likes of al-Bukhari or al-Zamakhshari or al-Tabari and non of them was an Arab? Oh the sira? Ibn Ishaq was the son or is it the grandson of a Syrian and whose mother tongue was Syriac? and Ibn Hisham? he was born and died in Egypt

Oh the Qur'an? The author of the Qur'an borrowed from al-isra'iliyyat and from the stories of fiction of the Syrians and the Greeks the likes of qissat dhul Qarnain and qissat ahl al-kahf and claimed that these stories of fiction were the words of Allah! And if you take the isra'illiyat and the stories of fiction out of the Qur'an you will be left with the violence and drivel as in suart al-anfal and surat al-tauba

So you see the real people that created islam in the 3rd century of islam are the Persians!

Oh the Arabs? they were busy looting and destroying the great empires of the late antique period and enslaving and killing your Hindu ancestors right Keith? Oh did i just call you Keith? Books and learning? that is not what the Arabs were after

Now do you get it ?

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