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Reader comment on item: Arguing over "Can Islam Be Reformed?"
in response to reader comment: Critical reading of the Qur'an: Henri Lammens Sami al-Deeb and Father Zakaria Botros

Submitted by Guardian of Deen (Canada), Nov 20, 2013 at 11:48

You and your master the infamous, notorious boutrous Zakaria who is wanted for defaming charges, who ran away from Egypt like you did and found haven in the infidel blasphemous USA, you are approving what God forbade people to do, they do it in USA. a person whom the truth with strike him hard one day.

So my suspicion was right. You are an Egyptian Coptic

There is no problem with any of God's words in the Holy Quran, they are all perfectly put in their places and you cannot find any single tiny flaw as much as you try.

Numerical, grammatical, scientific and prophetic analysis in the Holy Quran show that all verses are intact, even if you say Al-Qurtubi said, or Al-Tabari said or 1000 Tafsir people said, the Quran is the word of God whether you like it or not.

Eat your heart.. No true Muslim would listen to you

The Verse 20:63 is correct even if Uthman of Aisha doubted the grammar. The ل in the لساحران is not the normal ل in such as له or (هذه اللعبة لسعيد) or (حرف جر) -

This ل in لساحران is extra, so the words follow النصب في - إن which follows هذان ساحران

this ل is not ownership or exclamation or call for help the normally used for and therefore have no effect in the grammar إن تنصب التي بعدها

you are bogus, go find something else useful to do


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