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Is the Qur'an a corrupted book? It seems that some Muslims believe so!

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 21, 2012 at 13:05

Our dear Amin Riaz who ran away and who lives among them Christians and jews that corrupted their books and he also lives among Hindus and we are told by tablighees that we can also find the name of Muhammad in the Hindu holy books and I'm not kidding you so is that true our dear Amin Raiz al-tablighee?

So our dear Amin Riaz who ran away is not happy because I reminded him that he is not supposed to quote the Bible because it is a corrupted book right our dear Amin Riaz? Now he is wondering why do I quote the Qur'an and I did explain to him that the Qur'an like it or not is a text written at a point in time by human beings for other human beings and it is the by-product of a linguistic and cultural and historical milieu at a point in time and I care less if it is corrupted or not and the pagan Greeks taught long time ago that "claims invite scrutiny" and this is why we kuffar examine the Qur'an with a microscope now do you get it our dear Amin?

Now it is not us kuffar that say that the Qur'an is a corrupted book it is Muslims that say so and here is your master Sheikh al-Azhar telling us about the many readings of the Qur'an http://elazhar.com/qadaiaux/2.asp where he tells us about the Quranic disaster of تعدد مصاحف القران or the multiple codices of the Qur'an and logic would dictate that if we have multiple codices of a book that claims to be in one form in the so called al-lawh al-mahfouz then all these codices are corrupt with the exception of one but which one is it our dear Amin Raiz any guesses? so does Allah has more than one lawh mahfouz any guesses?

He also tells us about http://elazhar.com/qadaiaux/3.asp or تعدد قراءات القران or the multiple readings of the Qur'an which means that there must be only one correct form and the other ones are no more than corruption right our dear Amin Riaz who lives among kuffar? You see it is your sources that tell us the the Qur'an sia corrupted book

Now enter the Shi3a and their claims that the Qur'an we have does not include one or two more suras http://www.danielpipes.org/comments/194879 or surat al-nurain or سورة النورين and surat al-wilaya or سورة الولاية http://www.danielpipes.org/comments/194967 but you will not find them in the Qur'an and if this indeed is true then the Qur'an must have been corrupted now do you get it? and you know what? Unless we have a real copy of Allah's copy in his al-lawh al-mahfouz we have no way of knowing so until then the Qur'an is really corrupted book so do you have a direct line with Allah and may be you can call and ask him which copy does he have in his al-lawh al-mahfouz deal?

Oh there is more and I urge the readers to check Q53:32 in surat al-nijm it is very clear that this little gem is out of place in this sura which is otherwise very uniform and sounds like a poem and indeed the ulama noticed it and it was regarded as either an interpolation aka corruption or it is really not part of this Meccan Sura and it must have been revealed in Medina so which one is it you tell us! What a disaster

So you see our dear Amin Riaz al-tablighee it is not us kuffar that says the Qur'an is a corrupted book it is Muslims that are telling us so

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