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Why quote a corrupted book? Explain it to us!

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 17, 2007 at 21:18

One word; Bogus. So ya ayuha al-faylasoof al-kabeer how can you be sure 100% that the verse that you quoted from the Bible was not corrupted? Let me help you: You cannot. Therefore you have no case and remember Occam!

So do us a favor and stop quoting a book that your Allah claims but never tell us why or what was really corrupted (anyone who is really interested in this silly Muslim polemic can read a lot more about it in Wansbrough SM)

So much for your poor Muslim education

PS: the doctrine of al-tawheed is bogus and illogical wanna know more? Just ask

Oh, I forgot, and what is the difference between praying to al-awthan and praying to a God that you cannot see? Let me help you: there is no diffrence but your Allah's command of psycholinguistics was just poor.

Oh, you do not know what the word awthan means do you? But can ask your Mullah, if he knows Arabic that is.

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