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The word Haj and its etymology is from the word al-Hak or to rub as per al-Shahristani so was he a liar?

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 25, 2014 at 09:16

What a disaster haj in the nude!

Muhammad did not perform Hajj in the nude.

How do you know? were you there?

He performed Hajj once and Umrah 4 times.

And speaking of the word al-Haj or الحج we are told by no other than الشهرستاني in his book الملل والنحل in ص ٢٤٨ that the word Haj is from the word الحك or to rub because the Arabs used to rub their genitals in the black idol of the Kabba and that the color became black becuase of the blood stains from the menses of women and here is the book if you can read Arabic

http://mandaeannetwork.com/Mandaean/sabians_mandaean_mulal_nahel_alshehrstany.html?i1

What a disaster and read this

http://m.ahewar.org/s.asp?aid=356329&r=50&cid=0&u=&i=0&q=

What a disaster

How come you did not know that?

And here is more good reading by no other than K Elst about the Hindu Genocide

http://koenraadelst.bharatvani.org/articles/irin/genocide.html

Leave all this nonsense and revert back Hinduism the religion of your ancestors

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