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So did you read Robert Spencer's book our dear Ibrahim or is it Abraham?

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in response to reader comment: A death of a muslim. Congrats

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 27, 2012 at 08:18

Our dear Ibrahim or is it Abraham and only allahu a3lam who has a fixation on the exegesis of a "corrupted" book as his Allah claims and that is the Bible when Robert' Spencer's book has nothing to do with exegesis of the Bible

So you still did not answer my questions;

1. Are you aware that the Qur'an a book that you cannot read in Arabic says that islam is the religion of the Hijazi Arabs only?

2. Did you read Robert Spencer's book? and if so why not post a review of his book ...

3. Did you read Christoph Luxenberg's reading of surat al-qadr? and if you do not like what he says then post a review of his article and you will make a fool of yourself

4. You still did not provide us kuffar with a web link to the site of your master the Saudi that told you that Muslims use the Bible for Quranic exegesis and I can assure you that the inforamtion if correct will be sent to the mufti of Saudi Arabia and a fatwa will not very far behind

5. Oh and here is your bonus question for today: are you aware that the Qur'an says that Jesus is really God aka Allah? Just ask if you wish to know

I really pity you


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