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in response to reader comment: dhimmi no more, give us one example of mansukh with its nasikh

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jul 13, 2006 at 19:34

Zakit Naik again? Only if you know what the word Naik means in Arabic! You are giving a reference from an Indian whose first langauge is not Arabic and is not a primary source ...by any strech of imagination. Get serious.

For readers interested in Wansbrough's reveiew and his literary criticsim of the very early Muslim/Arabic sources (not Indian sources by an Indian whose name is Mr. Naik) and the doctrine of al-naskh wa al mansukh or Allah changing his mind or abrogation see pages 191-202.

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