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Our dear Hassan and gem time

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 1, 2011 at 16:55

Our dear Hassan belives that he knows so much about the religion of the Arabs but we kuffar know much more than he imagines

>Muslims have many schools of thought.

Are we talking about madrassas here or what your Arab masters would call kuttab?

>The most famous ones are Sunni and Shea'a.

Sobhanallah we learned something new today! can i quote this little gem ?

>These categories also have different subcategories,

Another sobhanallah

>such as Wahabi, Suphie and many many others.

No it is Sufi and they are as per your masters the Arabs a bunch of zanadiq!

Oh darn it the Arabic!

>The problem I see with most comments is that they usually generalize the ideas they have on all Muslims and all branches, which is really wrong.

You see a problem? Oh you mean that Muslims like you are no more than victims of the imperialism of the Arabs? Or that islam is the religion of the Hijazi Arabs only and you ain't no Hijazi Arab? so which one is it?

>Quran is one version

ROTFL it is either THE Qur'an or al-Qur'an and you ain't no Arab ask me why?

One version? really then how come we have the 1923-1924 Cairo Qur'an and the 1969 Tunisian Qur'an and they are different any guesses?

Oh example? How come does it say in surat al-Fatiha in the Cairo Qur'an Maaliki and it is maliki in the Tunisian Qur'an any they are two different words? Any guesses? and this is only one example

And what happened to ayat al-rajm that is not included in the Qur'an? Oh let me help you with this one a hungry goat the palm leaf upon which this aya was written! Allah's words were eaten by a goat!

And how about ayat rida3at al-kabeer (the verse of the breast feeding of the adult) and would you allow your let us say daughter breast feed an adult so she can have a platonic relation with him? so what happened to the aya? Could it be that it was not included in the Qur'an because it is ridiculous? What do you think our dear Hassan ?

>but with different interpretations.

So you tell us ya ayuha al-falyasoof al-kabeer why is that? Let me help you because no one had a clue what this opaque revelation really says! Right? So now you tell me is it the king of or the owner of in surat al-fatiha? You are clueless right?

>Quran was written in 23 years.

Really? where is your evidence hard and solid evidence no tablighee BS

>Some of these years were in peace, and some were in war.

What peace? War? could it be because your so called prophet was no more than an Arabian warlord and caravan raider? You proved my point! Thank you our dear Hassan the wannabe Arab

>The instructions were about specific situations at that certain time. Unfortunately many use religion for political and social reasons by focusing on different verses in Quran.

Oh justifying the absurd right? I see. Oh that is the point that is not the point right?...

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