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Our dear Anonymous: We do not have any extant Qur'an from 679CE and your claim is bogus

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jul 15, 2010 at 06:01

Our dear anonymous al-tablighee is not aware that all tablighees BS their way thru life with lies and fabrications and he does not seem to know that his masters the Arabs have a great saying about the ultimate liar and it is

inahu yakdhib wa yusadaq kadhibatuhu

Or the ultimate liar is he who lies and then believes his own lie

>They have discovered a very old quran.

Really? and who are the "they"? and where would we find such Qur'an? Let me guess in your own imagination, Right ?

For the readers: there is no evidence that there was a complete Qur'an in the way we have it now before the masoritc activity which is an activity that can be dated to the late second and third century of Islam

If you want to know more our dear anonymous al-tablighee then just ask

>It was written in the year 679 c.e.

Really? And was it written in Arabic a lnaguge that continued to be a defective language for 200 more years or was it written in garshouni? sobhanallah

Your claim is ridiculous

Oh CE? You know our dear Deb al-tablighee would regard you as a Zionist for using CE. So are you a Zionist our dear Anonymous al-tablighee? You think I should tell al-wahabiyuun that you are a Zionist astaghfirullah?

>It remains constant with todays qurans.

Where is it? Mr ignorant the Qur'an of today is a book that we do not even know for sure what it really says so is it MAALIKI (the owner on) or is it MALIKI (the king of) in surat al-fatiha? So which one is it our dear anonymous al-tablighee?

>It wasn't written 200 years after.

Your claim is ridiculous ...


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