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Rashad Khalifa

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Submitted by Abdul Basit Khakwany (Pakistan), Mar 19, 2017 at 07:11

Rashad Khalifa committed two great (unpardonable without repentance) sins by saying: 1) he has been made Prophet (referring verse 3 of sura Ya-Seen) which in fact was meant for "Ya-Seen, the Prophet Muhammad PBUH)" and 2) deleting the last two verses of surah 9 (Tauba - Repentance) from Quran. It is not understood why he did that, being a scholar of Quran, himself.
However if the mathematical accuracy of Quran he projected is true, his work seems to be wonderful and highly useful.
(God is the sole judge and will put you to accountability, then it is His discretion) whom to forgive and whom to punish. (verse 284; sura 2)

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