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Islamic logic at its best

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in response to reader comment: The name Muhammad is implied..

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 8, 2014 at 15:46

Our dear Adil is running out of his tablighee tricks

The Quran was sent to Muhammad, so if Allah says

Then prove to us that there is indeed an Allah hatd and solid evidence and prove to us that he is the author of the Qur'an and that he indeed spoke to a person be the name of Qutham Bin Abd Allat and that the Qur'an we have now contains his real words HARD AND SOLID EVIDENCE

"And we have only sent you as a rahmah for all mankind," he is talking to Muhammad.

Mr and you must pardon ignorant this is called circular reasoning

How come you did not know that?

But wait Allah also spoke to me you think that I'm the subject of the aya? what do you think?

But again logic and Muslims do not mix

He is always talking to Muhammad unless he says "oh you who believe..." or "oh you who disbelieve..."

And? What does this have to do with the fact that we cannot find the name of Muhammad in the aya? and how do you know that he was not talking about Moses or Jesus you tell me

Why do you take me for a fool?

Yes and you must pardon me you are

And why are you so arrogant?

If I'm arrogant then we can only blame your so called Allah after all he plans everything right?

Leave islam and be free from the Arabs and their imperialism


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