Well, here is how to create a religious thread which creates traffic. I googled this phrase 'The Quoran' hoax, and lo! There are millions of pages that show results. Here are some of them-
http://www.islam-watch.org/Lennard/Dece … -allah.htm
I have no idea whether these claims are true or not. But, guess what, I want to have a good time baiting the religious people that frequest this website, HubPages. So, I am creating this thread!!
Actually, I am sick of these few 'specialists' (you know who) who think they have figured it out all. These slackers get pleasure by seducing people into threads which are bogus, baseless, and deliberately created to evoke the emotions of people who have religious faith.
I am not saying that discussing religion is unacceptable. But, like everything, there are limits.
Odd that all of those links are from Christian groups. Not exactly unbiased sources.
I know you're baiting comments, but could you at least spell the word correctly? Quran. No "O".
quran is word of god....only true word of god....so if what u say is true and it would mean god's word has now been proven worthless and we are not worthy enough to pass judgement on god's word...
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