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I'm Glad No Body Got Anything On Islam

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Posted by Nahla Ghoneim on July 1, 2003 07:41:40 UTC

ِAgain, Mr. Richard, you accuse Islam of something completely wrong, without giving a proof. I tell you the Quran urges us to do research in the verses I mentioned and others. So I guess this makes it my word against Mr. Jisbond’s. So I think you scientific people, should go to the main script, The Quran, and it has what I said it does. So I guess this ends it up.
How could have prophet Mohamed known anything about Greek Astronomy when he was illiterate? He could not even read Arabic. Anyway, I’ll give another example, as there are many.

I don’t know what your religions are, so I can’t reply to that. I intend to reply to the prophets' thing later, ISA. But could we keep to the point & discuss Islam here? I’m saying the Quran is a revelation from God, the mighty sole creator of everything. So you need a proof of that.

Did the Greeks or indeed anybody know anything about the fact that the universe is expanding until the 20th century? Before that the idea of an eternal & unchanging universe was dominant. Now look at this verse: “With power and skill We constructed The Firmament, and we are expanding it“.

My sister Lysithea, wait until you know about Islam and Women.


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