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And Mariam is the sister of Aaron which is another Quranic disaster

Reader comment on item: Study the Koran?
in response to reader comment: Discrepancy between Quran and Torah

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 25, 2017 at 09:43

Our dear Zuma wrote

>Quran 6:74 (Yusuf Ali translation), "Lo! Abraham said to his father Azar: "Takest thou idols for gods? For I see thee and thy people in manifest error."

ROTFL Lo? seriously? There is a waw before the اذ and this would be: And Then not the funny Lo!
Yusuf Ali is ignorant اذ is supposed to introduce a verbal clause



So far? Yusuf Ali is either ignorant or a liar

See what happens when you quote a book in translation without knowing if the source of the translation is right or wrong?

So Abraham's father in the OT is not the Quranic Azar Right?

1. Could it be because the Quranic Ibrahim is not the OT Abraham?

2. Could it also be because your Allah and his so called rasul were mixing things up as in the case of calling Mariam the sister of Aaron? And in this case plagiarism did not work

>Genesis 11:26 (King James Version), "And Terah lived seventy years, and begat Abram, Nahor, and Haran."

You still did not answer my question: Why do you quote a corrupted book? Enlighten me


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