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Our dear Debanjan and gem time and this time the Gospel of Barnabas where it says that our dear Deb can drink wine

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 14, 2010 at 08:20

Our dear Deb al-tablighee whose ancestors the Hindus were brutalized by Islam and Arabian imperialism and now he is only interested in the religions and cultures of the Semites and his masters the Arabs wrote

>There are books in Bible like the Gospel of Barnabas which testifies that the concept of divinity of Jesus was a satan inspired conspiracy against Jesus himself.

But wait our dear Deb al-tablighee so you are saying that Injiil Barnaba is the real word of Allah right? if so then

1. Your Allah says that the Christians harafu (corrupted) al-injiil and in kutub al-turath al-islami the 3ulama are more specific where we are told that injiil Luqa, Morcos, Yuhhana wa Matta are anajiil muharrafa (oh do not panic:corrupted Gospels) right? But we never hear about injill Barnaba neither in the Qur'an nor in kutub al-turath al-Islami. Are you aware of that our dear Deb al-tablighee?

2. So where would I find either in the Qur'an or kutub al-turath al-islami anything close to

ina injill barnaba laysa kitaban muharraf

Oh do not panic, I will help you with this one as you do not know any Arabic

The Gospel of Barnabas is not a corrupted book

You will not find it and your claim is bogus

3. If The Gospel of Barnabas is really the word of Allah then congratulations our dear Deb the wannabe Arab but it seems that it says in the Gospel of Barnabas that it is Ok to drink wine. So go and celebrate and have a glass of wine on me. But I guess Allah is known to change his mind as in the funny al-nasikh wa al-mansuk. Are you also aware that Allah in the uncorrupted gospel of Barnabas allows only one wife? So no more one, two, three or four wives as the Qur'an tells us

4, And here is your bonus for today:

For the readers; The Gospels are the equivalents to the hadith in islam (as the main event in islam is the Qur'an and in Christianity is The Christ). The Muslim ulama realized early on that there were so much bogus ahadith and their answer to this was to establish what is known as al-isnads or names (and most of these names were made up) of those that transmitted such hadith in-order to support the veracity of such hadith/ahadith.

Christians were smarter. They examined the text and the history behind it and deemed it real or not and in the case of the Gospel of Barnabas and this gospel was written in the 15th century CE which makes it very late and it is also anachronistic. And how can a book written 15 centuries after the events that it is supposed to describe be for real and as a first hand wintness to such events? Can you even remember what you had for breakfast yesterday our dear Deb?

>Kindly go through the Gospel of Barnabas to understand this.

And kindly do us a favor and read a book including the Gospel of Barnabs before posting drivel. Shame on you

Oh I forgot to tell you: Allah also spoke to me and I have a book for you where it says that Muhammad was no more than an Arabian warlord and that it is OK to drink wine and to have only one wife and that Allah never spoke to Muhammad. And i call tell al-Qur'an al-Barnabi and if you can believe the Gospel Barnabas then you must believe my al-Qur'an al-Barnabi

>Please tell whether Gospel of Barnabas is not Christian enough according to you.

The Gospel of Barnabas is no more realiable than a hadith that is hadith da3eef. Oh you do not get it do you?

I urge you to spend your time learning about your own people the Hindus and their sufferings under islam and get a life

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