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Origins and Greeks in the Qur'an! Oh the Turks in the Qur'an? that is a different story

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 18, 2010 at 07:22

Oh I forgot so you see our dear Havas your Arabian Allah had no clue about the Turks or even Turkey unless there is some cockamamie theory in Turkey about Turks in the Qur'an

The Greeks in the Qur'an? that is a different story as we have the following

1. A chapter in the Qur'an called al-ruum and do you know what al-ruum means? Let me help you it means The Greeks! Oh is there a chpater called al-atrak/ Or the Turks? You will not find it

2. We have the plagiarized story of the Romance of Alexander or qissat dhul qarnain. So was Alexander the great Muslim? If so then sobanallah! You see our dear Havas he was really Greek, Pagan and gay! Is Allah aware of that?

3. Oh there is more qissat ahl al-kahf or the story plagiarized from The Seven sleepers of Ephesus! Oh Ephesus? It is located in Turkey right our dear Havas? But wait this story is supposed to have taken place in Asia Minor right our dear Havas? And the characters in the story were your Christian ancestors right our dear Havas? and your Allah says in his book that you cannot read in Arabic; wa ma arsalna men rasulan ila bilisani qawmihi and do you know what this means? It means that Allah sends a prophet to each nation and he must be one of them and must speak their language! Right Havas? then Islam should not be your religion and Muhammad should not be your rasul so do you think that those 7 sleepers were al-rusul (plural of rasul) that were sent to your ancestors? What do you think?

I guess we found havas' real prophets and they ain't Muhammad or Ahmad or Abul Qasim or even Qutham

4. Oh there is more plagiarism in the book of ignorance so we are told about a character by the name of Luqman in chapter 31 but his Luqman is no doubt another Greek by the name of Aesop and the story in the Qur'an is straight from the Romance of Aesop! What a scandal: plagiarism, pagans and gays and Greeks that are heroes in the Qur'an but not a word about the so called Turks!

I urge you to leave islam and be free again

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