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Abul Qasim's date of birth and his father died 4 long years before he was born and this is why Muslims tell us that the length of pregnancy can be up to 4 years!

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 28, 2015 at 14:14

Our dear Ismail al-tablighee repeats the nonsense by the Ahamdee Ahmad Deedat without critical examination of the Muslim sources

The second coming will prove what is truth. I can give you many flaws regarding Christianity e. g Jesus birthday is it first January or 25 December. If he were born in 25 December that will be the first date of christians ok. You have to learn more about your religion and then the other religion

And let me paraphrase what you wrote in regard to Abul Qasim no one has a clue what was his real name and was it Quthm Bin Abd Allat and did he father really die 4 years before he was born and why is he called Abul Qasim and who was that al-Qasim? and why we he have a Syriac name Muhammad and not the Arabic equivalent Mahmoud?

So when was he born? No one has a clue but here is the disaster the Sunni Muslims have no clue and here are some examples

ولــد صلــى الله عليه وسلم يوم الاثنيـــن 12 من ربيع الأول فى 571 ميلاديــة " عام الفيــل

Or he was born on Monday 12 of Rabi al-Awal in 571 (from the Birth of Jesus the PUBH and what a disaster they are using a Christian calendar) in the Year of the Elephant

And here is another opinion

محمد بن عبد الله بن عبد المطلب صلى الله عليه وسلم ولد سنة 570م (عام الفيل )وتوفي سنة 633م

And in this casde the author is humble enough to tell us that he was born in 570 AD but he has no clue about the month or the date

Make up your mind and is it 570 or 571

Oh more opinions?

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ولد عليه افضل الصلاة والسلام عليه في عام الفيل ربيع الأول يوم الاثنين ولم يثبت التاريخ في ذلك الشهر من ربيع الأول ووافق يوم الاثنين التواريخ التأليه ٢--٩--١٦--٢٣ والأقرب لذلك هو يوم الاثنين ٩/٣/٥٣ قبل الهجره الموافق ٢٠/٤/٥٧١م والله اعلم أي يوم ٩ ربيع الأول عام ٥٣ قبل الهجره هو الأقرب وهذا التاريخ وافق هذا العام ٩/٣/١٤٣٤ يوم الاثنين

In this one the author tells us that Muhammad was born the day is 9 of Rabi al-Awal

Here check this

http://www.eslam.de/arab/begriffe_arab/24mim/muhammad.htm

And check this

http://ejabat.google.com/ejabat/thread?tid=2ebeffd72fca053c

What a disaster no one has a clue

Now the Shia tell us that all of the above is untrue and what Abul Qasim was born 17 Rabi al-Awal!

So who is right and who is a liar?

But wait they tell us that he was born in 3Am al-Feel which Muslims tell us is the year 570 or 571 AD and only Allahu A3lam

But here is the real disaster: Abraha's expedetion was really in the year 552 AD and not even close to the year 571 or 570 Ad

Do you know what this means? it means that no one has a clue so instead of pretending to be critical of Christians fix the Islamic mess and Abul Qasim's date of birth first

Oh and are you aware that Sheikh al-Azhar declared that a pregnancy can be as long as 4 years because Abul Qasim papa died four long years before he was born

So you tell us is it true that normal pregnancy can last as long as 4 years? Or was Sheikh al-Azhar ignorant?

See? you need to do your research mr lost tablighee

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