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Was al-Tabari a graduate of Harvard in Islamic studies? Islamic logic at its best

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 14, 2013 at 07:55

Our dear Amin is trying hard to tell us why we should not listen to kuffar that expose Islam

>Whilst you overlook completely that Hedegaard is not for his academic credentials as such. But for being a critic of Islam.

So you tell us was al-Tabari a graduate of Harvard with a PhD degree in islamic studies or even al-Azhar? Hint: No does this mean that he was not supposed to write his books about Islam? So you tell me as per your strange logic what is the difference between al-Tabari and Hedegaard? Let me help you: Not much

Listen he has the literary Islamic sources and he can read them just like you or I can do and he is a trained historian which you are not now do you get it?

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