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in response to reader comment: It is not an interpolation

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 1, 2015 at 07:48

Our dear Adil seems to disagree with his Allah after all Allah defines textual corruption as removing one aya and placing it some other place and in this case Q79:31 was revealed to Abul Qasim is Medina and was placed by the editors of the Qur'an among verses that are from the Meccan period this means that the Qur'an is a corrupted book do you get it?

The some of ayah must have been revealed in Makkah and this long ayah must have been revaeled i Madinah, but that does not mean that it is not a Makki Surah.

ROTFL Pakistani Arabic it is Sura Makkiyya

A Makki Surah is a Surah in which some of the ayat were revealed in Makkah before the Hijrah. A Madani Surah was revealed after the hijrah.

What a disaster the Qur'an is a corrupted book as per your Allah's definition

There are a few complications, I have no idea what an Ahmadee

What is your guess? Oh you can google it right?

is, nor do I speak Urdu.


Suprisingly the only language that I speak with any fluency is English.

It is for sure not Arabic! His first language is English! Masha'allah

Why the lies tell me


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