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Plagiarism revisited

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 30, 2017 at 07:44

Our dear Deb wrote:

>Now since the testaments are mainly stories/fables

And so is the Qur'an Muhammad plagiarized the "Fables of the Ancients" or Asateer al-Awaleen and called them the words of his Allah and he did not even get it as in the case of calling Mary (Arabic Mariam) the sister pf Aaron By the way Aaron lived hundreds of years before Mary of the Gospels! How did happen our dear Deb whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by the Muslim invaders of India

What a disaster

But I will give you a chance: Find me a fable/story in the Qur'an that is not plagiarized from the Jews, Christians or from the secular literature of the far superior civilizations of the Middle East I will be waiting with great anticipation

One more question: Is it true that Shi'a like you are not supposed to wear black shoes?

Submitting....

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