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A Guide to the Qur

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No bloody contradictionsSura 23: al Muminun (The Believers)

23:14
Sperm is transformed into a clot of congealed blood, then the fetus becomes a lump, then bones, then Allah clothes bones with flesh, then into another creature; Allah is the best of creators.
Contradiction: 39:62 says Allah is the only creator.
23:15
Every human must die.
Contradiction: 4:157 says Jesus did not die, Allah took him up.
23:101 102
There will be no more relationship when the trumpet is sounded; no question. Allah will use a balance to judge people. Those with heavy balance (good deeds) will be successful (they will be in Islamic Paradise).
Contradiction: 52:25 says the believers will chit chat with one another.
Contradiction: 37:27 say the unbelievers will question one another.
Sura 24: al Nur (Light)

24:2
Punishment for adultery or fornication (both men and women) is one hundred lashes in front of the believers; show no mercy to them.
Contradiction: 4:15 says life term house confinement for women.

24:5
False accusers can give evidence, if they repent, and if they are forgiven.
Contradiction: 24:4, 24:23 say no forgiveness towards the slanderers of chaste women.

24:23
Grievous penalty and curse are for those who slander a chaste woman (i.e., no forgiveness for slanderer of chaste women).
Contradiction: 24:5 says Allah allows forgiveness towards the slanderers of chaste women if the slanderers repent.

Sura 25: al Furqan (The Criterion)

25:20
All the apostles sent by Allah before Muhammad were ordinary men too; they ate food and roamed markets; Allah tests some apostles, so Muhammad must bear with patience.
Contradiction: 27:82 says Allah also sends a beast as a messenger.
Contradiction: 35:1 says Allah sends angels with wings as messengers.
Contradiction: 6:130, 11:69, 11:77, 22:75 say Allah sends jinns and angels as messengers.
Contradiction: 11:69 70, 51:24–28 say the angel messengers sent to Abraham did not eat food.

No errors25:32
The disbelievers question why Allah did not send the ENTIRE Qur’an. The Qur’an is revealed slowly, in parts, in well-arranged stages, so that Muhammad could memorize.
Contradiction: 2:185, 3:3, 12:111, 16:89, 43:4, 97:1 indicate Allah sent the ENTIRE Qur’an in one night.

25:35
Allah sent Moses the Book (Torah—Jalalyn) and made his brother Aaron, his assistant (minister).
Contradiction: 19:53 says Allah made Aaron a prophet.
Contradiction: 26:13 says Moses requested Allah that Aaron be made his helper.

25:51
If Allah willed, He could have sent apostles to every nation, but He didn’t.
Contradiction: 10:47, 16:36 say Allah sent separate messengers to each nation.

25:59
Allah created the heavens (first) and (then) the earth and (then) all things in between in six days; then He rose on His Throne.
Contradiction: 41:9 12 says Allah created the heavens and the earth in eight days.
Contradiction: 2:117 says Allah creates instantly.


Sura 26: al Shuaraa (The Poets)

26:13
In the presence of Pharaoh, Moses was scared to speak alone; he requested Allah that Aaron (his brother) be with him (appoint Aaron as a prophet, instead of Moses—Maududi translation.)
Contradiction: 20:29 32, 25:35 say Allah made Aaron a Minister/partner of Moses.

26:51
Pharaoh’s magicians declared their faith in Allah (i.e., they became Muslims) and sought His forgiveness. (They were the first among the Egyptians to believe in Islam; so Pharaoh killed them all—ibn Kathir)
Contradiction: 2:131 says Abraham was the first Muslim.
Contradiction: 2:37 says Adam was the first Muslim.
Contradiction: 6:14 says Muhammad was the first Muslim.
Contradiction: 7:143 says Moses was the first Muslim.

26:66
Allah drowned the Pharaoh and his army.
Contradiction: 10:92 says Allah forgave and saved Pharaoh.

26:157
Salih’s people killed the she-camel, they became repentant.
Contradiction: 54:29 says one person killed the she camel.
26:167
Unless he stopped preaching, Lot’s people threatened to banish him.
Contradiction: 29:29 says Lot’s people wanted Lot to bring upon them the wrath of Allah.

26:170 171
Allah saved Lot, and all his followers, except an old woman.
Contradiction: 7:83 says Allah saved Lot’s people except Lot’s wife.

Sura 27: al Naml (The Ants)

27:56
Lot’s people wanted to banish him from their town (Lot and his two daughters: Za'ura and Raytha—ibn Abbas.)
Contradiction: 29:29 says Lot’s people wanted Lot to bring upon them the wrath of Allah.

27:82
Allah will create a beast from earth to talk to the unbelievers after they have been punished (Allah might consider sending a beast as a messenger to humans. The beast will come with the mast of Moses—ibn Abbas. The beast will preach in Arabic—Jalalyn)
Contradiction: 12:109, 21:7 8, 25:20-21 say Allah sends only men as messengers.
Contradiction: 35:1 says Allah sends angels with wings as messengers.
Contradiction: 6:130; 11:69, 11:77, 22:75 say Allah sends jinns and angels as messengers.


Sura 28: al Qasas (The Narration)

28:33 34
Moses was afraid of being punished by Pharaoh for killing an Egyptian; he was reluctant to face Pharaoh, and sought Allah’s permission to bring along with him his brother Aaron.
Contradiction: 26:13 says Moses requested Allah to make Aaron a prophet instead of him.

28:35
Allah agreed to appoint Aaron, Moses’ brother, to be his assistant, and assured Moses’ victory against the Pharaoh.
Contradiction: 19:53, 26:13 says say Allah made Aaron a prophet.

28:38
Pharaoh said he was the God, and ordered his Minister, Haman, to build a lofty tower to have a look at Moses’ Allah.
Contradiction: 7:127 says Pharaoh’s people worshipped many gods

28:40
Allah flung Pharaoh and his soldiers into the sea (Allah drowned them in the sea in a single morning, and not one of them was left—ibn Kathir).
Contradiction: 10:92 says Allah saved Pharaoh.

28:46

Before Muhammad, Allah did not send any messengers to the Arabs.
Contradiction: 10:47, 16:35 36, 35:24 say Allah sent messengers to every people.

28:49
Allah challenged if the unbelievers could produce a book better than the two other books (Moses and Aaron as well as the Torah and the Qur’an—ibn Kathir) then Muhammad would have followed that book.
Contradiction: 2:23, 10:38 say Allah challenged the unbelievers to produce one Sura similar to the Qur’an.
Contradiction: 11:13 says Allah challenged the unbelievers to compose ten Suras similar to the Qur’an.
Contradiction: in 17:88 Allah challenged the entire mankind and the jinni to produce the entire Qur’an.
Contradiction: 52:34 says Allah challenged the unbelievers to compose a book similar to the entire Qur’an.

28:58
Allah destroyed many populations; rendered many lands into deserts, and then Allah became the heir (inherited) of those lands.
Contradiction: 2:116, 3:189, 20:6, 21:19, 57:2 say Allah is the owner of all things in heavens and on earth, under soil and the things in space between them.

End of Part 7
To be continued in part 8.
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History - Violent Jihad

Australians celebrate and revere Anzac Day on April 25th each year in remembrance of our brave soldiers who fought in two great world wars to secure our freedom. Every Australian identifies with the slogan “lest we forget” and in services held around the country people reflect on the battles and men who died to secure our freedom. Yet across the world in France, there is one remarkable battle which helped form the Europe we know today and allowed the development of civilization based on Judeo Christian principles. This one famous battle has become known as the battle of Tours and effectively stopped the Muslim advance into Europe. After the death of Mohammed in 632AD, Muslim armies exploded out of the Arabian peninsula to conquer much of the Middle East, expanding across north Africa. From there they crossed into Spain in 711AD and eventually controlled much of al-Andalus by 715AD. It was the victory at Tours by Charles Martel that stemmed the tide and eventually the Muslim marauders were expelled from Spain in 1492 when the last outpost at Granada fell to King Ferdinand of Spain. 

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Shivaji’s Coronation Laudatory Landmark

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History - Infidels' Resistance

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was born, lived, fought and won battles against religious and social oppression in the 17th century Bharat or India. He was a shining star in the Indian firmament and is renowned as a champion of the downtrodden and depressed masses. He was and continues to be an icon for the classes and masses alike and is seen as a rallying point for peasants oppressed by foreign rulers, Pathans and Moghuls alike. Sexually exploited women found in Shivaji Raje a protector, a benefactor and flocked to his Hindavi Swaraj to find solace and feel liberated under his saffron flag. 

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Ransomer of Captives from the Muslims

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History - Tolerance Myths

Perhaps some readers might be interested to know that January 28 is considered a feast day among Catholics – actually 2 feast days are celebrated on the same day – one is of ST Thomas Aquinas, the great medieval theologian and philosopher who adapted Aristotle to the western Judeo-Christian worldview. . It is also the feast day of a lesser known person – St Peter Nolasco, the great ransomer of captives from the Muslims.

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Islamic Pirates

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History - Violent Jihad

Barbary Corsair
Somalian Islamic Pirates & Lessons from History
 
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The Battle of Broken Hill

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The First Islamic Terrorist Attack on Australian Soil
 
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Jihad Galore

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History - Tolerance Myths

Jihad Galore and the Toledo Whore

Battle of Higueruela

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Arabs Hated The Quran

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History - Stolen Heritage

 
How the Arabs Hated The Quran
 
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Lepanto Anniversary

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History - Imperialism

Decisive Victory for the West

At this time of year, it is timely to remember one of the greatest victories of the west against the Islamic world. On the 7th October in 1571, Don Juan and the Holy League, led by Admiral Doria, defeated the larger Ottoman fleet in the Battle of Lepanto, saving Europe from the Turks and militant Islam. The Holy League was a coalition of different armies - of the Republic of Venice, the Papacy (under Pope Pius V), Spain (including Naples, Sicily and Sardinia), the Republic of Genoa, the Duchy of Savoy, the Knights Hospitaller and some others.

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Muslim Jerusalem

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History - Stolen Heritage

Jerusalem - Coat of ArmsWhy do Muslims insist that Jerusalem is their Holy City?
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Mohammed, who at this stage needed more followers, decided to win those tribes over and convert them to his newly invented religion.

Islam was yet not as fully developed as we know it today, and Mohammed was still having his sessions with Allah (the Medina period revelations).

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Killing of Banu Quraiza

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Did Prophet Muhammad order Killing Surrendered Jews of Banu Quraiza and Khaybar?  A historical Analysis

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What Mecca?

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A great tragedy of the Islamic control of our universities and political correctness plus the fear of extreme violence if anyone dares question the roots and claims of Islam is ...that nobody dares question the roots and claims of Islam!!!  I want to stimulate interest and offer this summary of information on Mecca from (LINK) which discusses some problems with Muslim claims in a comparison of evidence supporting Islam/Christianity. 

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Yahweh or Hubal

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FlagThere is a very strongly entrenched view among majority of Westerners today that the three main monotheistic religions Judaism, Christianity and Islam share one common God and therefore despite the obvious differences, the core foundation of these three religions is the same. 

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