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Allah and abrogation

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 29, 2013 at 08:47

Our dear GoD who lives among kuffar is realizing that if he is not nice to kuffar he can be deported right?

You have your religion (if you have one) and I have mine (that is Islam)

But this was abrogated by ayat al-sayf! How come you did not know that?

You see Muhmmad was a poor theologian after all how can Allah abrogate what he already revealed? But again Islam is ridiculous

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