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Our dear Guardian is quoting kuffar sources and he rejects Islamic sources! What a disaster

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in response to reader comment: Lowest point on Earth

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 28, 2013 at 06:39

Our dear GoD like a poorly educated when confronted with his own Islamic sources and what Kutub al-Turath al-Islami say he would switch gears and use kuffar sources

So you tell us our dear GoD whose Hindu ancestors are you saying that Ibn Kathir was a liar? You think I should tell your masters the Arabs that you are saying:

1. Muhammad was able to foretell the future when their Allah made it very clear that no one can foretell the future so who is right you or your Allah?

2. That Muhammad is the author of Surat al-Ruum or Q30, 1-3 what a disaster thise means that you are saying that Allah is not the author of the Qur'an so are you saying that our dear GoD? And while we are at it how can we get ahold of Muhammad as we need to ask him what does this ALM in Q30:1 mean? And why are the Persians missing? And where is adna al-ard?

3. You are also saying that all the authors of kutub al-tarath al-Islami like al-Tabari and Ibn Kathir and al-Qurtubi were ignorant and were making things up and that all the translators of the Qur'an are wrong because they tell us that the word adna means near when according to you it means lowest so are they liars too or are they igorant?

4. You also tell us that the word adna means Lowest which is clear evidence that you are not an Arab so guess what will be waiting for you? Hint: Deportation

Jerusalem is about 20 km from the DEAD SEA (lowest land on Earth)

No wrong. Jerusalem is about 20 Miles which is about 32 Km and 1400 years ago this was a long distance more so when you have an army that needed supplies and food and water and let us not forget the heat of the Middle East

And more damaging to your case is that there were no battles that took place in the area of the Dead sea because it had no strategic importance

Yes the Persians sacked Jerusalem but the dead sea was not part of the battle and this is why Muslim historians never mention the area of the dead sea as part of this Greek/Persian war because nothing happened there

So were these Muslim historians liars too? you tell me

were the battle took place

No the battle took place in Jerusalem and not in the area of the dead sea

and the Byzantines lost the battle.

Wrong again the final "defeat" was in Alexandria so is Alexandria adna al-ard mr ignorant?

Heraclius lost faith, that means his loss was devastating

Heraclius was heart broken when he said the following after he decided to surrender Syria to your masters the Arabs and to their imperialism and more evidence that one can very much say that surat al-ruum should be:

1. The Greeks (al-Ruum) defeated the Persians

2. And after defeating the Persians they were defeated by the Imperialist Arabs

And this is indeed what happend

And here is what Heraclius said and his immortal words

Farewell, a long farewell to Syria,[63] my fair province. Thou art an infidel's (enemy's) now.
Peace be with you, O' Syria - what a beautiful land you will be for the enemy.[64]

Leave what you are doing and find another trade better for you\

And speaking of leaving: Leave Islam and the poor web sites that you are reading and revert back to the religion of your ancestors Hinduism


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