Tensions in India grow hourly and the British show their dhimmi credentials in ways which destroy scholarship altogether: Links 1 on July 22 – 2015

1. Birmingham University discovers it has probably the oldest fragments of a hand written koran in its library in the world. 

(There are two aspects to the video at the BBC link which should be concerning to the thinking person. The first is that the video deals with how old it is over and over again, and how happy people are about it and there is not a single reference to what it contains and if it matches up to a modern koran; which is of profound importance, as muslims believe the koran is the uncreated word of allah and cannot be changed and has never been changed. The second thing is how reverential everyone is about it as if they discovered something of importance beyond  quaint document of interest to primitives who have a fetish about this book. It should be seen as if they found a document of some tribe referring to their origins myth and deities. The koran is not sacred scripture in a Judeo-Christian sense. It is a fetish object for muslims)

Telegraph link here and J Post link here

(The Telegraph video is interesting as it says that the Koran and this manuscript are not identical. The sign off on it claiming its ‘close enough’ and they opened up the de-alcoholized champaign. But the display of dhimmitude is staggering. These scholars and professors are thrilled that it ‘nearly’ matches the koran so therefore it proves the veracity of the contents of the koran and meets islamic standards as to its reliability. Its like they never went to a real school at all)

2. Tensions in Rajouri Jammu

Police and para military personnel were deployed in strength and outlets of all the lanes and bylanes sealed with barbed wire fence to prevent movement of people.

Curfew continued to remain in force in Rajouri town for the second day on Wednesday, following tension over the burning of an ISIS flag carrying a handwritten Kalima Tayyaba on it by some Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal activists.

As tempers were running high with members of Muslim community insisting on arrest of all those burning the Kalima Tayyaba on ISIS flag, the administration had suspended GPRS service in the district to prevent people from spreading rumours about the situation through social networking sites like whats app and twitter since last night. This has been done to check trouble from spreading to areas outside Rajouri town, sources added.


Thank you Dumbstruck, M., Wrath of Khan, and all, There is much much more to post but these are quite important and need to be out there right away. The old koran fragment is massively important, not because of what the dhimmi celebrants are claiming, but because of how they are presenting it, and how they rapidly deployed some imam to sign off on it as the same as modern korans. Thus, the end of scholarship as it has been since the ancient greeks.


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    Muslim scholars pride themselves in the “fact” the Qur’an is supposed to be an unadulterated book straight from the “Prophets” mouth (He was illiterate) and “pure” in their translations through the ages, so even the Qur’an that CAIR will send to people free of charge is filled with the verses of intolerance, hate and Jihad. Given this, it is indeed strange that there are a dozen or so translations into English and none of them read the same as any other.

    This Muslim narrative is to be found in a Hadith from Sahih Bukhari Volume 6, Book 61, Number 510

    (According to the Koran and the stated beliefs of Islam, the Koran is an unedited and unchanged, single source manuscript, told to the illiterate Mohammad over his adult lifetime by the Angel Gabriel (Jibral). Supposedly unlike the Books of the Holy Bible and the Torah which were written over many centuries by many different authors.)

    After the death of Mohamad there were different opinions as who was to lead the Muslims, they developed into the beginnings of the many different sects and varying ‘schools of thought’ in the practice of Islam. As early as the third Caliph, Uthman ibn Affan the many different sects of Islam had differing versions of the Koran.
    Uthman is perhaps best known for forming the committee which produced multiple copies of the text of the Qur’an as it exists today. The reason was that various Muslim centers, like Kufa and Damascus, had begun to develop their own traditions for reciting the Qur’an and writing it down with stylistic differences.

    This copy of the Qur’an is believed to be one of the oldest, compiled during the Caliph Uthman’s reign.
    During the time of Uthman, by which time Islam had spread far and wide, the differences in reading the Quran in different dialects of Arabic language became obvious. A group of companions, headed by Hudhayfah ibn al-Yaman, who was then stationed in Iraq, came to Uthman and urged him to “Save the Muslim Ummah before they differ about the Quran.” Uthman obtained the complete manuscript of the Qur’an from Hafsah, one of the wives of the Islamic prophet Muhammad who had been entrusted to keep the manuscript ever since the Qur’an was comprehensively compiled by the first Caliph, Abu Bakr. Uthman then again summoned the leading compileing authority, Zayd ibn Thabit, and some other companions to make copies of the manuscript. Zayd was put in charge of the task. The style of Arabic dialect used was that of the Quraysh tribe to which the Prophet Muhammad belonged. Hence this style was emphasized over all others.

    Zayd and his assistants produced several copies of the manuscript of the Qur’an. One of each was sent to every Muslim province with the order that all other Quranic materials, whether fragmentary or complete copies, be destroyed. As such, when the standard copies were made widely available to the Muslim community everywhere, then all other material was burnt voluntarily by the Muslim community themselves. The annihilation of these extra-Qur’anic documents remained essential in order to eradicate scriptural incongruities, contradictions of consequence or differences in the dialect from the customary text of the Qur’an. The Caliph Uthman kept a copy for himself and returned the original manuscript to Hafsah.

    While Shi’a and Sunni accept the same sacred text, the Qur’an, some claim that Shi’a dispute the current version, i.e. they add two additional Surahs known as “al-Nurayn” and “al-Wilaya”. Nonetheless, Shi’ites claim that they are falsely accused of this, as they believe, like the Sunnis, that the Qur’an has never been changed and it is with reference from Sunni hadith books that this inference is drawn not only by uninformed Shi’as but Sunnis too.

    People have been burning the Quran since the early days of Islam, but they haven’t always been its “enemies”.

    The third caliph, Uthman, became famous, or rather infamous, for Quran burning. Distressing reports had filtered to him from battlefield generals who were fighting against the Armenians and other nations on the edge of his burgeoning Islamic empire: different versions of the Quran were overheard being recited.

    Caliph Uthman had a bold idea. He created a new edition of the Quran and demanded that all other editions be surrendered and burnt. Not everyone liked this. After all, Uthman was not one of the four people Prophet Muhammad had said Muslims could trust to issue the Quran. Ibn Mas’ud, on the other hand, was. He refused point-blank to surrender his collection of the Quran, which he claimed he got directly from Muhammad.

    Ali, the one who was “Prophet” Mohammed’s son-in-law and the soon-to-be fourth caliph, at first refused to surrender his Quran to the flames. He finally gave in under pressure, but he was not at all pleased.

    Some claim Ali’s displeasure led him to participate in the assassination of Uthman — staged while Uthman was reading his new version of the Quran. One report has the assassins dramatically screaming, “You changed Allah’s Quran!” as they plunged knives into the fading Caliph’s body. Ali’s followers, who became the Shi’ites, to this day feel that Uthman tampered with the Quran to deprive Ali’s family of the hereditary right to lead Islam.

    Caliph Uthman’s bonfires dealt a severe blow to the prohibition of textual criticism of the Quran. Fortunately, some hidden pre-Uthmanic manuscripts survived to this day and have slowly come to light, although access to them has been limited: their very existence goes against the Muslim’s “party line” that the Quran has never been changed. We know that Ibn Mas’ud’s version was different from the modern Quran. For example, it did not include the important first Sura, known as the “Fatiha.”

    Ali, Mohammad’s son-in-law and fourth Caliph, assassinate Uthman, the reigning Caliph, screaming that Uthman changed the text of the Qu’ran, further dividing Muslims into Shi’a, Ali’s followers, and Sunni and they have been bitter enemies ever since.

    The QURAN BURNING – Hadith Includes an Account of a Revered Muslim Caliph Burning the Quran

    Koran Burning and Islam’s “Rightly Guided” Caliph Uthman

    Caliph Uthman The Koran Burner and the Not-So-Great-Koran-Conflagration-Kerfluffle

  2. Several years ago there was an article about how old Korans had been found in either Yemen or Oman and how they ranged from mildly different to radically different from the current Koran. The head of the mosque where they were found was interested in their historical value and kept quiet about the discovery until after the documents were smuggled out to the west to ensure their survival.. The way the so called scholars were acting casts doubts about their willingness to protect the ones that were radically different.

    The Yemeni Koran – by Jamie Glazov


    It was found in Yeman, google ancient korans found yeman for more articles

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