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Shouldn't this be titled "Are black people cursed by Mormonism"? There are plenty of Christians you could have approached for this topic rather than Mormons.
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In my discussion with Shabir yesterday at Speaker's Corner I tried to point out that overview in the Turkish Muslim scholars' book on the early Mushaf such as the Topkapi are overflowing in praise, and any person reading this would be left with the impression that all is well with the early Qu'ranic Manuscripts and so to with the Qu'ran. However it's when one get's into the details and nitty grity that the issues and challenges start.

I'd refer people to two recent heavyweight debates one was between Dr Shabir Ally and Jay Smith the debate was around 2 hours, and Jay Smith bought up the problems for Muslims and their belief in the Qu'ran that this very book and similar ones have bought up.  What was telling was that Dr Shabir could come up with any credible answer to them, in fact his answer was to refer to the miracle of the number 19 as his main proof of God's fingerprint on the Qu'ran.

The other was between Dr Shabir Ally and Nabeel Qureshi  on Tawhid vs Trinity here Nabeel was a little cheeky and bought up this issue, and once again, Dr Shabir relied on the miracle of 19 has the buttress of his defence.

And here is the key point; If someone of Dr Shabir Ally calibre as a Scholar and debater couldn't come up with a better answer then I'd politely suggest there maybe an issue that thoughtful Muslims need to consider about their religion's truth claims.

If as the ATR team suggest the book says nothing like what the Christian lady claims then Dr Shabir Ally would have swatted Jay down with pathetic ease, he didn't because he couldn't, he couldn't because he knew all too well the problem being presented and had no answer for it.
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+AllTruthRevealed I'm afraid you shall have to restrain your eager anticipation to my response until next week. I'm unlikely to be able to address this in detail this week.
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NO SUGAR!!!  But IUDs??  Yep your 6th grader can get one at school without you ever knowing....  
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The one three and only Rocket Barbershops.
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A good article countering the post modern gibberish of all too many Christians.
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Erdogan's actions speak louder than words.

"Turkey has attacked over 400 targets of the Kurdish PKK in Turkey and Iraq and not a single ISIS target. Quite telling. By demonstrating that Kurds are more of a threat than the Islamic State, Erdogan's regime has left no room for doubt as to the nature of the deep state's position on Al-Baghdadi's Qu'ran cult: they view them as a useful junkyard dog. These air-strikes on the Kurds is the kind of assistance ISIS has been needing. No one is hitting them like the Kurds."

#kurds   #isis   #erdoğan  
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The Truth will prevail despite the oxymoron TruthWillPrevail's best efforts to prevent this.
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Check out our latest Amber Resin Soap review from James W!
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Running out of Birch tar soap and having to switch to a "beard shampoo" while I waited for the new amber resin soap to arrive (my fault for ordering late!) really highlighted what a difference these soaps make. I've tried a ton of stuff on my beard and nothing leaves it feeling cleaner or softer. Both fragrances are great too - I can't recommend them highly enough. Get yours at http://goo.gl/rH3g7m!
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Any soap that is merely saponified oils is fine for beard, hair, hands, and body.  However there's nothing wrong in spoiling yourself with soaps like the above either.
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A song by Ofra Haza from her earlier days.

This song, so far as I can tell, is a post Sabbath/beginning of the week celebration.
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+Moshe Eshel Thanks.  I really do like her earlier works such as the above. I notice that through her career she went more "mainstream" however the songs that seem to go back to her roots are the ones I like most.
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A somewhat prophetic comedy song.
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A very good service for a decent price. £6 for a very well done beard trim (by Alex). Sorry Pall Mall, you've lost me to the Rocket.
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I've the above three times now for getting my eyes checked up and two times for a new pair of glasses. The check ups were very thorough and seem to be very professional (I say seem because I'm not an expert reviewer). The two pairs of glasses were good, I baulked at the third pair but that was down to my subjective opinion rather than any failing on their part.
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Brilliant pub and great European beers.
Quality: GoodFacilities: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
A great cafe, nice atmosphere and friendly service. Food's good too.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
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A great place, the only one I know of in London. They do a wide variety of teas to cater for all tastes.
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I've been here several times, and have always loved it, a great choice.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
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