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The Sana'a koran is still a Koran

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Submitted by BernardZ (Australia), May 16, 2012 at 21:45

Let me make a few observations. I know a little of Islam, and I have known of this controversy for quite some time, so I doubt it is secret. Furthermore, Islamic writers have also debated these questions at length. I do not see the secret. Maybe a better way of describing it, is that the discussion has been brought more into the mainstream world

Robert Spencer a man with a mission who publicly claims some extreme views.

Overall there is very little evidence for the historical Muhammad. Here is a discussion in the Wikipeda.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Historicity_of_Muhammad

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