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I wish you invite Khaled Abu al-Fadl and let us readers have a chat with him howls

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 8, 2015 at 17:04

Dr. Pipes

I wish that you invite Khaled Abu al-Fadl for a little chat as I suspect that he is an avid reader of your web site and he does not seem to like what we kuffar write

Here are a few question for him:

1. Where is his evidence that there was indeed an historical character called Muhammad or Muhammad Ibn Abd Allah aka Abul Qasim aka Ahmad aka Quthm aka Taha?

2. Why did the Arabs invade Egypt?

The following will be accepted as historical evidence

a. Extant literary sources be it papyri, ostraca, monuments that are from al-Hijaz in the period between 610-632CE

b. Extant Arabic language literary sources be it papyri, ostrace, monuments from al-Hijaz and the Middle East until the year 72 after the death of Muhammad in 632CE

c. Literary sources by kuffar ie: Syriac, Egyptian/Coptic, Armenian, Jewish. Greek and Persian sources for the above period that attest to his existence and where he came from

d. Extant literary sources written by kuffar after 632CE will not be accepted as evidence

3. Who is really the Muhammad in the inscriptions of al-Masjid al-Aqsa? It seems that Abd al-Malik was talking about Jesus!

4. Where is the extant literary evidence that Othman and Omar and Ali and Abu Bakr were really historical characters?

5. Why would the first attested character in the history of Islam has a Syriac and not Arabic name and that is Mu3awiyya? Oh his name means who howls and in Arabic it should heave been al-A3ee and why did he have a cross printed behind his name at the Ghadra baths

6. Why would those Arab invaders call themselves al-Muhajiruun and not Arabs and for sure not Muslims?

7. Why would the author of the Qur'an say in Q12:2 that this is an Arabic Qur"an قرانا عربيا when it should be قران عربي and why would the author of the Qur'an calls it قران and not القراءة? and why would the author of the Qur'an calls a mountain Tur or طور which is a Syriac word and not Jabal or جبل which is a perfect Arabic word? Any guesses? and why would the author of the Qur'an say in Q112:1 قل هو الله احد and not قول هو الله واحد? And what about ان هذان لساحران and ماهذا بشرا how come the author of the Qur'an seems to make mistakes in Arabic grammar?

8. Who really created Allah? Hint: Read al-Tabari's tafseer of Q112:1

This would be a good start

Dr. Pipes: Invite him please and it should be very interesting

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