In his vain attempts to debunk the Qur’an, Gondal has been flip floping between several contradictory arguments that have lately all come crashing down on him.
So far some of his arguments have been:
- The Qur’an plagiarised pre-Islamic Poetry
- The Qur’an has made up a new language and rhetorical devices
- The Qur’an plagiarised the Gospel & other religious scriptures
- The Qur’an is a result of Hypergraphia
Each claim listed above would need a separate post to cover the absurdity of them. In this post, we are more interested in his latest deranged thought, when you are so desperate you will resort to the ridiculous…
…and so we have the following from Gondal:
Yep that’s right, in his frustration Gondal has thrown everything out because he was unable to prove any of them, now he has come up with a barmy idea, to dig up the body of Prophet Muhammad SAW, to test him for mental disorders. This my friends, is an example of someone so desperate and out of arguments that he has conjured up a farcical false dichotomy.
I mean, his original cut-and-past arguments claiming the Qur’an is a result of Hypergraphia, because of his assertion that the Prophet SAW suffered mental illness, failed on the basis that there is no evidence for this or anyway of proving so, it is literally speculative nonsense backed by Gondal’s bad science trying to retrospectively diagnose a historical figure. There is some irony here too, Gondal relies on cherry picked Hadith’s, the same Hadith’s that he doesn’t even accept as being true or genuine.
However, there is some hope in the air for Gondal, we will make it easier for you, there is no need to go to extremes such as digging up bodies, there is no need to go to such desperate lengths, because the easiest way to prove your position on the Qur’an, is simply to meet the…
…Challenge of the Qur’an…
This is literally all that is needed to disprove the Qur’an. A simple challenge to produce one Surah like it.
All you need is a pen and paper, no shovel needed here.
Gondal of course will claim the challenge is nonsensical and that the Qur’an doesn’t define the challenge. The challenge is in fact well defined, “produce a Surah like thereof”, the keyword here is Surah. The reason why Gondal doesn’t understand the criteria is because he is illiterate in Arabic and doesn’t understand the language of the Qur’an and what it means to produce a Surah like it. People throughout the ages have understood this challenge, some attempted it, others simply knew it could not be done, including the people who best knew the language, the great Poet’s during the Prophet SAW time.
Mr Gondal has a very simple solution to the tangled web he finds himself in, rise to that challenge if you are so confident, put up or shut up if you can’t, because you are way out of your depth here.
I will end this with a bit of poetry, this is an excerpt from a longer poem by Walter Scott, I think it fits Gondal’s situation very well.
“Oh! What A Tangled Web We Weave When First We Practice To Deceive”