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Our dear Abdul: why do you quote a corrupted book to prove a point?

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 11, 2014 at 07:52

Our dear Abdul is back and I wonder why

For the readers: Our dear Abdul quoted a verse from the Bible in-order to prove a point so I pointed out to him that Muslims say that the Bible is a corrupted book therefore he should not quote the Bible to prove a point now read and laugh

It is pity that you frame your entire argument around me being non Arab (Pakistani?)

Careless reader: My question is very clear why would you quote a corrupted book and in this case to prove a point after all garbage in is garbage out

But you see our dear Abdul your post is a text and the author of the text is you which makes your "the source behind the source" and we need to know more about you as are you really an Arab? and as I told you any educated Arab who tells us that Tahreef is a verb cannot be an Arab and I also told you that you did not realize that even the way you transliterated your name tells us a lot about you so why is it that bad to be a Pakistani or Indian Muslim you tell me? Oh the self hate I see

so you must be Indian?

It would be an honor to be an Indian but I'm not

I will believe any thing you tell me, as I don't care where you are from, but you seem to have a thing about where I am from.

So are you from Pakistan or is it India?

Considering we exchange this dialogue in cyberspace,

Oh cyberspace which was invented by non Muslims that you have been told not to trust but you still use their wonderful gifts to humanity do you see why I think that you are a hypocrite?

it will be impossible for any of us to prove either argument.

Learn to speak only for yourself get it?

As to your tone, choice of words, and manner in your dialogue, I reached a conclusion that there is no point for me to reiterate a point that you can't or does not want to grasp.

What point? all I told you why do you quote a corrupted book to prove a point you tell me

You reply was silly and no more than linguistic twists an turns

The Arabic proverb is لا تماري الجاهل فتتعب

For the readers: Our dear Abdul little saying by his Arab masters is incomplete but what we have here is: Do not debate (or chit chat) with the ignorant you will be tired

Then if I'm jahil I would have been easy by you to prove me wrong but all we kuffar got from you was the usual Islamic twists and turns

And speaking of being jahil if I'm a jahil then I must be in good company after all your so called prophet Muhammad (the Arabian warlord and caravan raider who married a six year old girl and was carried on the back of a wingged horse the infamous al-Buraq and who killed 950 Jews in cold blood) was also a jahil too

Have a nice day

I feel sorry for you and respect is earned and not given and you only deserve sarcasm and pity

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