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Islam theologicaly flawed

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Submitted by Richard the Lion heart (United States), Jan 16, 2006 at 19:09

Nuray says that Islam can't be theologicaly defeated. Actualy it's easy to defeat it because its very basis is flawed. Archeology has proven to us that Muhammad's father had allah in his name, which means he used to worship the moon god long before muhammads birth. When the dead sea scrolls were discovered they were compared to books in the bible and all the books in the scrolls match those in the bible. Therefore this story that the bible is corrupted is nothing but junk.

When one reads the Koran we see a bunch of stories that make no sense. In one verse it says the Ramses drowns, in another he does not. In one verse Alexander the great sees the sun setting in a murky spring. The Koran calls him a muslim when we he was a greek pagan. The Koran says he died of old age when we know thanks to archeology that he died at age 32.

In one story the koran confuses Gideon for Saul. All this tells me that allah is very confused. The Holy Bible tells us that Moses was found by Pharaoh daugther while the Koran says it was pharaoh wife.

The reason all these contradictions exist in the Koran is because Muhammad had to rely on Jews and Christians living in Arabia for these stories and he still got them wrong.
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