Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Al Sharpton The Black Calling the Kettle Pot

1 comment:

  1. Ernesto9:07 AM


    The text of the Koran is so contradictory, rough and bad-written, any reader can identify countless abundant, internal contradictions in the sacred book of the illiterate and ignorant barbarians. The site The Religion of Peace examined each one of those incongruous discrepancies. The contradictions are more than one hundred. That for stayed only in the internal contradictions, where certain stretches affirm exactly the opposite of others .

    A amateur, pig work, that alone reinforce the suspicions about its real authorship. Everything indicates Mohammed ordered several persons to write the book verses, but as the organizer did not know to read, the different approaches stayed uncompatible like a literary Frankenstein. Doubtless, it is the already written most monstrous book. In the form and in the content:

    1. Can Allah be seen and did Muhammad see his Lord? Yes [Suras 53:1-18, 81:15-29], No [6:102-103, 42:51].

    2. What was man created from? A blood clot [96:1-2], water [21:30, 24:45, 25:54], "sounding" (i.e. burned) clay [15:26], dust [3:59, 30:20, 35:11], nothing [19:67] ( and this is then denied in 52:35) earth [11:61], a drop of thickened fluid [16:4, 75:37]

    3. How many angels were talking to Mary? When the Qur'an speaks about the announciation of the birth of Jesus to the virgin Mary, Sura 3:42,45 speaks about (several) angels while it is only one in Sura 19:17-21.

    4. How many days did Allah need to destroy the people of Aad? One day [54:19] or several days [41:16; 69:6,7]

    5. Heavens or Earth? Which was created first? First earth and then heaven [2:29], heaven and after that earth [79:27-30].

    6. To Intercede or Not To Intercede? - That is the Question! The Qur'an makes contradictory statements whether on the Day of Judgment intercession will be possible. No: [2:122-123, 254; 6:51; 82:18-19; etc.]. Yes: [20:109; 34:23; 43:86; 53:26; etc.]. Each position can be further supported by a hadith.

    7. Where is Allah and his throne? Allah is nearer than the jugular vein [50:16], but he is also on the throne [57:4] which is upon the water [11:7], and at the same time so far away, that it takes between 1,000 and 50,000 years to reach him [32:5, 70:4].

    8. The origin of calamity? Is the evil in our life from Satan [38:41], Ourselves [4:79], or Allah [4:78]?

    9. Does Allah command to do evil? No [7:28, 16:90]. Yes [17:16, ]. Two examples are also given, where Allah clearly commanded or permitted indecent actions [2:229-230, 2:187].

    10. Do not say, "Three"!? It is impossible to recite Sura 4:171 without transgressing the command contained in it.

    The infinite loop problem Sura 26:192,195,196: "It (the Qur'an) is indeed a revelation from the Lord of the Worlds, ... in clear Arabic speech and indeed IT (the Qur'an) is in the writings of the earlier (prophets)." Now, the 'earlier writings' are the Torah and the Injil for example, written in Hebrew and Greek. HOW can an ARABIC Qur'an be contained in books of other languages? Furthermore, it would have to contain this very passage of the Qur'an since the Qur'an is properly contained in them. Hence these earlier writings have to be contained in yet other earlier writings and we are in an infinite loop, which is absurd.

    etc etc etc...