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Tariq quotes the Bible and believes what it says inspite of the fact that his Allah says it is corrupted therefore he is not a Muslim anymore ya ayuha al-Faylasoof al-sagheer inta jahil

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 19, 2006 at 18:15

So Tariq or shall I say Ahamd Zafire and Nuray too. Too many aliases. Your stupid falsafa (oh I forgot that you know no Arabic) would work except that your Allah thing or is it Muahmmad the so called prophet claimed that the Bible is corrupted. If so like a good Muslim you should believe that the Gospel of John, the cource of your quote, was inharaf (oh I forgot that you know no Arabic).

So here we go:

1. The prophet Mo or is it Allah that pre-Islamic pagan deity claimed that the Bible inharaf (oh I forgot that you know no Arabic Pakistani boy).

2. Tariq the graduate of a great madrassa in Pakistan (the hell hole of the world) quotes a verse from the Gospel of John and reaches a conclusion and then he congratulates himself.

3. Therefore Tariq is not a Muslim anymore as he believes what the Bible says and therefore it was not corrupted

4. Baby steps remember?.

What a fake.

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