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Then Maududi and Ahmad Deedat were not telling the truth!

Reader comment on item: Rebuttal from The Moorish Science Temple of America-1928
in response to reader comment: A versatile book (The Holy Quran) and a versatile language (The Arabic)

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 11, 2014 at 15:14

Our dear GoD is back for more Bakhwas

After this long article, I can say this

So did you really read it? I doubt it very much because you cannot read Arabic

It is a mercy from God that you can recite the Holy Quran in 7 different ways without changing the meaning of the verses

Then you did not read it after all even your master Sheikh al-Azhar admits that there are differences between the Egyptian Qur'an and the Tunisian Qur'an as in the case of the word MKL in surat al-Fatiha and that it is Maaliki or the owner of in the Cairo Qur'an v. Maliki or the king of in the Tunisian Qur'an and Mr Einstein the owner of is not the same as the kinf of

Now do you get it?

What a disaster there is more than one Qur'an

But you know what the real disaster is? Which Qur'an would we kuffar find in al-Lawh al-Mahfuz? The Cairo Qur'an or the Tunisian Qur'an and it cannot be both

And if Othman indeed did burn copies of the Qur'an why do Muslims go nuts when some crazy kook in Flroida burns s copy of the Qur'an you tell me

So you see the sordid Ahmad Deedat the lost tablighee and the other sordid tablighee Maudidi were either ignorant (that there is more the one Qur'an) or they were liars so which one was it?

This is a blessing indeed and shows our readers how versatile the Quran and the Arabic language

Then you admit me that there are many Qur'an right? A yes of no will do

I rest my case

I will leave this to the readers to judge you and feel sorry for you


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