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The Quranic stoning verse oh the glorious ayat al-rajm? It was eaten by a hungry goat! This is what the islamic sources tell us

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 25, 2010 at 18:18

Our dear Fazal who needs to stick to Urdu wrote

>If Bibi Ayesha (peace be upon her)

ROTFL what is that Bibi thing? oh let me guess it is pakistani Arabic right? You are confusing even your Allah!

>said such a thing that a goat ate the segment of the Quran e Karim that prescribed stoning,

Oh yeah ayat al-rajim right? So what happened to it? Let me help you your islamic sources tell us that we do not have it in the Qur'an because a hungry shah oh I mean goat ate Allah's words that were written on a palm leaf et voila boys and girls the goat ate Allah's words and we are left with no ayat al-rajm or the stoning verse!

How come you did not know that?Oh I guess you too busy teaching at Harvard right?

>then know the Quran e Karim

ROTFL it is al-Qur'an al-kareem and stick to Urdu!

as it was revealed to the Prophet (peace be upon him) was being written down in the Prophet's (peace be upon him).

Really? then how come the rasm of the word MLK in surat al-fatiha as it is written in the Cairo Qur'an (1923-1924) as Maaliki or the owner of and in the Tunisian Qur'an (1969) as Maliki or the king of? so which one is it? Do you know what this means? It means that the bogus claim by the tradition that the Qur'an was written down by Muhammad is a bogus claim because he either heard it as maaliki or maliki and it cannot be both! Oh i forgot that he was jahil too!
So much for the islamic fantasy about the collection of the Qur'an

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