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For Tim: more fantasy, Chutzpah and Muslim logic one more time!

Reader comment on item: Is Allah God?
in response to reader comment: Still waiting for your answer to my original question

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 12, 2006 at 09:01

My dear Tim so you tell us that you consulted your Muslim friends in regard to what does the Qur'an really says about Jesus. This I can understand but why would you consult your Christian friends? I bet you that 99.9% of Christians have no clue and they care less about what the Qur'an really says about Jesus! You must pardon me but this was most bizarre.

What is even more bizarre: You as a "Jew" must be aware that the Jewish people rejected the claims by Jesus that he is God incarnate and the son of God, and the Jewish people also rejected the fact that Muhammad was a prophet sent by their God (check out my other post in regard to the rabbinical test of prophethood and Abul Qasim's flawed logic and the one God). So I find it most amusing that you are most interested in what the Qur'an says about Jesus and about the unity of God when you as a "Jew" should not believe anything in the Qur'an, and you have a very rich rabbinical tradition in regard to such mundane matters.

Now the word for today is a word that you must know very well and it is Chutzpah!


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