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What happened to سورة الولاية وسورة النورين Were eaten by a hungry goat too?

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 3, 2017 at 06:04

Our dear Deb is silent I wonder why

>Quran can never be manipulated

But you see our dear Deb al-Shi'a tell us that the Qur'an is missing two chapters and they are سورة الولاية وسورة النورين! What happened to them our dear Deb? And how come Allah was not able to protect his own words? Were eaten by a hungry goat too? Or did Othman, who loved to burn holy boo, burn them too?

And more evidence that the Qur'an is a corrupted book

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