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Start by modernizing the lecture of the Koran

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Submitted by Alain Jean-Mairet (Switzerland), Oct 2, 2013 at 07:52

Muslims as a whole will be able to (re)interpret their religion only if and when they stop believing in its literal message.

To get there, they have to study the facts, inorder to get a chance to recognize the scam. Here is an example, the first Koran in Arabic in the chronological order (according to Al-Azhar), with indications of variations, abrogations, references to Jewish/Christian Scriptures and text/grammatical inconsistencies:

http://www.sami-aldeeb.com/files/article/Coran-arabe-chronologique.pdf

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