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Reader comment on item: Can Islam Be Reformed?
in response to reader comment: Ignorant No More

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jul 11, 2013 at 06:38

Our dear TF wrote

Dhimmi No More,

Yes our dear TF

I'll gladly put up the hundreds of books on Islam which I read,, in English, Arabic and French, during my PhD program in Islamic history up against the ones you've read, sir.

For the readers these were the arguments presented by our dear TF so far as responses to my posts in regard to the Ahmadiyya sect

1. That I DNM "copy and paste"

2. Oh and that I "did not" read his work

3. When this did not work he changed the subject

4. And then he called me "ignorant"

5. And now he gives us the argument from "but I earned a PhD degree"! Masha'allah

6. Oh and that he reads primary sources in Arabic but I'm curious can you name one or two primary sources in Frecnh?

But you know what is missing? How can you study al-Ahmadiyya and earn a PhD degree and not read sources in Urdu? You tell me See? ignorance can be exposed with great ease

But would our dear TF answer or refute what I wrote? I leave this to the readers to judge you our dear TF

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