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Tablighees and Ibn Warraq, Luxenberg and Wansbrough

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in response to reader comment: Lets sit down and analyse these "dictionaries" and try not to laugh at this mess

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 15, 2015 at 09:40

While we are waiting for our dear Jamil to tell us kuffar about the response of the editors of "The Grand Grammarian" (which was a stupid remark) Hans Wehr's dictionary in regard to their evidence that the Arabic word Istilam really means Wasl or Isal I challenge our dear Amin al-Tablighee to post a review of Ibn Warraq and Luxenberg's new book "Christmas in the Qur'an" and with Dr Pipes permission post it here at danielpipes.org or at amazon.com and I can assure you that you will be making a fool of yourself and you will not even get it and here is the link at amazon


Do it and make a fool of yourself

As for Wansbrough I urge you to post reviews of his two books: Quranic Studies and Sectarian Milieu with Dr Pipes' permission or at Amazon




And I can assure you that you will be the laughing stock of the whole kafir world

What a disaster: Surat al-Qadr is really Christmas in the Qur'an!


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