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Origins and Greeks and bad Roman dudes in the Qur'an! Oh the Turks in the Qur'an? that is a different story part deux

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 22, 2010 at 13:24

Oh there is more about your ancestors in the Qur'an and discovering your real prophets and surprise surprise they ain't Muhammad

So we are told in qissat ahl al-kahf in the Qur'an a book that you cannot even read in Arabic and those of us that can read it in Arabic at times have no clue what this book of ignorance is saying

Oh qissat ahl al-kahf? let me help you it is the plagiarized story of the Seven sleepers of Ephesus that takes place in Asia Minor remember our dear Havas?

So we are told by the shameless Muslim ulama that had no clue what the Qur'an really says read the name al-RQM as the name of the dog of the seven sleepers! right our dear Havas?

But you know what our dear Havas there is no doubt that the ulama could not even read the name in the original rasm

You see our dear Havas the name of the Roman emperor that was after those seven his name was Decius which in Syriac would be DQYS Or dalat qap yod semkat

Now those ulama were reading a text in Garshouni (texts in Arabized Syriac using Syriac alphabet) and they must have read the following

1. dalat can be read as Arabic reh or R

2, The Qap is read as Arabic qaf or Q

3. The yod is read as Arabic yeh or Y

4. The semkat can be read as Arabic meem

et voila Syriac DQYS or Decius becomes Arabic al-RQYM or al-Raqeem

What a fadiha (scandal) that we kuffar are fixing what the Qur'an really says

So congratulations our dear havas whose ancestors were Greek and Armenian and Syrian it seems that the Muslim Ulama had no clue that the Qur'an is really talking about Decius and he ain't no raqeem or a dog so if you did not know that how dare you tell us that you are some authority on the religion of the Arabs?

So it seems that we found your rusul (prophets) that were sent to your ancestors the Greeks and the Armenians and the Syrians and so much for the bogus claim by Muslims that we really understand what the Qur'an really says

Oh the Turks in the Qur'an? They just do not exist

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