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Can You Explain Something About The Quran

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on February 21, 2003 01:44:59 UTC

Dear murat,

When I read the quran, only once I admit, it was rather as though I were reading it several times as pages and pages of it repeat verbatum. I had never encountered this repetitive process in any other scripture and I have always wondered why the quran was written that way. Could you explain?

Are they perhaps repeated 7 times, each time having a different interpretation?

yanniru

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