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The origins of the Quran

Reader comment on item: Spreading Islam in American Public Schools
in response to reader comment: for the ignorants of Islam who are trying to give baseless advice named Generation of Tomorrow, and to any moslem who thinks the same way

Submitted by Stas (Hungary), Dec 5, 2012 at 13:42

Thank you for your post which I here read. I would like to add that it is pretty much impossible to converse with a believing Muslim about the discrepancies or the clear plagiarism of text, laws ideas and figures that are passed on to poor believing Muslims as the truth. I find it even more amusing that they get around the little inconvenient detail of knowing that the Quran was written long after the existence of both New and Old Testaments by claiming that the Quran is pure and uncorrupted, while the Bibles have been 'changed', a very curious rationale indeed.


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