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Lord Krishna in the Qur'an? Sobanallah how did al-Tabari miss this one?

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in response to reader comment: Another $25k challenge x2 and now dhimmi who is no more a dhimmi its time for you to stand up and back up your claim

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 8, 2015 at 10:30

Our dear Jamil al-Ahmadee I asked him

and is it true that we can find the name of Lord Krishna in the Qur'an?

And this is his answer

Not that it really matters but here is yet another 25 of your precious American dollars in thousands once again and donated to this forum

You mean you want to donate tax payers money in England right?

if you can give us a verse of the Qur'an mentioning "Lord Krishna"

What gave you the impression that I believe this nonsense after all your so called Allah is an Arabian deity

So tell us O guru of Islam was Mirza Ghulam a liar?

and if you can't then we'll take this as rubbish and add it to that trash can which is getting full now and I don't know how much more it can take.

Oh I see you do not have an answer

So let me ask you again where can I find the name of Lord Krishna in the Qur'an?

al-Ahmadiyya is no more than the product of the big religious industry in India run by lazy old men and is all gobbledygook nonsense and it is as ridiculous as Islam




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