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For z oh he is Abd Allah: Qur'an 2:256 ayat al-saif aw 9:5 wa al-nasikh wa al-mansukh

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 31, 2006 at 20:14


...The above means: " Qur'an 2:256 the sword verse or 9:5 and al-nasikh wa al-mansukh" which means that your allah changes his mind aka abrogation. Very symptomatic of the poor Muslim theology.

Your Allah says in 2:256: "la ikraha fi al-ddiiin" which means:

la (lam with a fatha and an alif with a fatha) means: no

ikrah (alif with a kasra kaf reh with a fatha alif heh with a fatha) means: compulsion

fi (feh yeh with a kasra) means in

al-ddiin (alif lam dal with a shadda yeh nuun with a kasra) means religion (notice that it deos not mean culture or whatever as you claimed)

So it means: "there is no complusion is religion" And let me brag here I can read your Allah's book or is it Muhammad's and you cannot and I will never be a Muslim because I think that it is all bogus.

But wait this was abrogated by ayat al-saif oh I forgot that you know no Arabic: the sword verse or 9:5 oh the warm and fuzzy islam! So why does ayat al-saif abrogates 2:256?

1. Sura 9 or surat al-tauba is the last revealed sura or so we are told.

2. The doctrine of al-nasikh wa al-mansukh means that a later dispensation will abrogate an earlier dispensation in the same subject matter.

3. Qur'an 2:256 was revealed to Abul Qasim before ayat al-saif.

4. The subject matter here is: compulsion or no compulsion in religion.

5. Based on the doctrine of al-nasikh wa al-mansukh 9:5 will aborgate 2:256.

6. Therefore there is _compulsion_ in religion in Islam!

Straight from the retarded Muslim theology and so much for Islamic tolerance.

But let us read the rest of the above verse then your Allah says: "qad tabyana al-rushd min al-ghay"

Or: "the right way has been made clear from the error."

Then your allah or is it Abul Qasim says: "faman yakfur bil taghoot wa you'mina billaah faqad istamlak bil'arwatul wathqi la-infisam laha wa Allah sami'un 'alim"

Your Allah here is is saying: "he who rejects false gods and believes in Allah"

Wow so much for the no compulsion in religion and so much for the poor Muslim theology and for the poor literature called the Qur'an

The rest of the translation: "...has grasped a firm hold that will never break. Allah hearing and knowing."

So you see my dear z and Abd Allah your allah is even changing his mind here and already condemning those so called false gods! So much for the no compulsion in religion

Now... I will pove to you insha'al-Rabb (I do not use the name of the false deity called Allah so to me it is insha' al-rabb and not insha' allah) that your knowledge of Islam is just as poor and just as defective as your knowledge of Arabic.

What is amazing is that you are out to spread a religion that brutalized your ancestors. Shame.


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