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The goat that ate the verse!

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 8, 2015 at 08:40

This Islamic and you must pardon me BS at its best

The Prophet Muhammad arranged the ayat in the Quran with the guidance of Allah.

Really? Then what happened to the following verses

1 اية ارضاع الكبير or the verse of breast feeding of the adult Oh let me help you the verse was eaten by a hungry goat! What a disaster Allah could not protect his own revelation and prophet Quthm did not care

And would you allow your daughter or wife to breast feed a male co-worker?

2. اية الرجم or the stoning verse what happened to it?

This would be a good start and do you know what this means? It means the following

1. Allah and Muhammad were not able or willing to protect the Quran which means that the above claim is bogus

2. It means that the Qur'an we have is an incomplete text and therefore a corrupted text

3. It means that when Maududi said that the Qur'an we have in our hands is what was revealed to prophet Quthm and no word removed and no word added this means that he was either a liar or was ignorant so which one was it

4. And that goats must be holy in Islam after all they devour Allahs' revelations

Why the lies you tell me


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