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07-01-2013, 05:48 AM (This post was last modified: 07-01-2013 05:58 AM by Internet Mullah.)
RE: Ask a Muslim [split from introductions]
And here is one of your comments which I found so wrong that it was hilarious to me.

Let me show you why.

(13-09-2012 04:19 PM)Bucky Ball Wrote:  Yahweh had no daughters. Sin had THE SAME 3 daughters. It is incontrovertible PROOF. SIN IS ALLAH.

The same three daughters? No.

Sin had two children, which were named "Utu" or "Shamash" ("Sun") and "Inanna" or "Ishtar" (the goddess of the planet Venus). Not three.

From Wikipedia:

Quote:His wife was Ningal ("Great Lady"), who bore him Utu/Shamash ("Sun") and Inanna/Ishtar (the goddess of the planet Venus). The tendency to centralize the powers of the universe leads to the establishment of the doctrine of a triad consisting of Sin/Nanna and his children.

Sin (or Nanna) plus his two children creates a triad as clearly stated above. So he had two children, not three. And neither of Sin's children have the same names as the "daughters" of Allah. So on what grounds do you say that Sin and Allah had the same three daughters?

Secondly, Allah doesn't actually have any sons nor daughters according to Islamic belief. On the contrary, the Quran says,

"Say: He is God, the One and Only God, the Eternal, Absolute. He begets not, nor is He begotten. And there is none like unto Him!" (Surah 112:1-4).

It was only the pagans who used to falsely ascribe "daughters" to Allah, something which the Quran emphatically denounced.

And the allegation of the "Satanic Verses" are most likely fabricated because this was reported in a book called "Tabari" which is not even considered a hadith book, nor is it a book that was carefully written, but just a biography of the life of Muhammad along with a mixture of both sound and unsound narrations.

As Ibn Katheer criticised:

Quote:In these volumes, he [Tabari] reported the various narrations as they were transmitted and by whom. His discussion is a mixed bag of valuable and worthless, sound and unsound information. This is in keeping with the custom of many Hadith scholars who merely report the information they have on a subject and make no distinction between what is sound and what is weak.

(Ibn Katheer, al-Bidayah wa al-Nihayah, Vol.5, p.208)

You can see a more thorough analysis and a refutation of the so-called "Satanic verses" at the article below:
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RE: Ask a Muslim - Polakmaly - 31-05-2012, 06:47 AM
RE: Ask a Muslim - Chas - 31-05-2012, 07:37 AM
RE: Ask a Muslim - Polakmaly - 31-05-2012, 08:18 AM
RE: Ask a Muslim [split from introductions] - Internet Mullah - 07-01-2013 05:48 AM
Still waiting, Mullah. - Chas - 21-04-2012, 07:34 PM
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