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Quick Update:

Muslim Apologist "Ijaz Ahmad" owner of, Ijaz Ahmad who has for over 2 years ran from debating me (even in light of an open public debate challenge which he refused to acknowledge) has now put his blog in private mode, and for good reason:

He has gone into hiding after I wrote this article exposing his perverse sexual behavior by taking various quotes and screen shots from his blog. Ijaz is no doubt re-modifying his blog in light of this embarrassment. Ijaz has a known history of removing and taking down posts when he is exposed. This snake has no shame. Join with me in prayer for the salvation of this lost soul.

Here is the confession from Ijaz the sexual pervert himself:

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The Qur'an is the Son of Allah - Applying the Quranic Logic To Itself!

For Muslims the idea of God being a Father and having a Son is paganism. As one commentator on Paul Williams blog shows us:

The problem is that the Qur'an itself (using Qur'anic logic) is actually the Son of Allah, as brother Sam Shamoun points out:
"The Quran is the uncreated speech of Allah, and it has a mother: 
God doth blot out or confirm what He pleaseth: with Him is the Mother of the Book (ommu alkitabi). S. 13:39 Y. Ali 
verily, we have made it an Arabic Qur’an; haply ye will have some sense. And it is in the Mother of the Book (ommi alkitabi) with Us,- high and wise. S. 43:3-4 Palmer 
The mother of the book which contains the Quran is with God, an important point for our discussion as we shall shortly see. In another place it is said that the Quran’s clear verses are actually “the mother of the book”: 
He it is who has revealed to thee the Book, of which there are some verses that are decisive, they are the mother of the Book (ommu alkitabi); and others ambiguous; but as for those in whose hearts is perversity, they follow what is ambiguous, and do crave for sedition, craving for (their own) interpretation of it; but none know the interpretation of it except God. But those who are well grounded in knowledge say, ‘We believe in it; it is all from our Lord; but none will remember save those who possess minds. S. 3:7 Palmer 
Hence, the Quran originates from the mother of the book and its clear verses are the mother of the book, which means that the Quran has at least two mothers! 
Doctorestonekisser’s “prophet” further taught that the Quran worships and intercedes with Allah, and will even appear in human form as a pale man: 
Khalid b. Ma‘dan said: RECITE THE RESCUER, which is A.L.M. The sending down,3 for I have heard that a man who had committed many sins used to recite it and nothing else. It spread its wings over him AND SAID, ‘MY LORD, forgive him, for he often used to RECITE ME;’ so the Lord Most High MADE IT AN INTERCESSOR for him and said, ‘Record for him a good deed and raise him a degree in place of every sin.’ Khalid said: IT WILL DISPUTE on behalf of the one who RECITES IT when he is in the grave SAYING, ‘O God, if I am a part of Thy Book, make me AN INTERCESSOR for him; but if I am not a part of Thy Book, blot me out of it.’ It will be like a bird putting its wing on him, IT WILL INTERCEDE for him and will protect him from the punishment in the grave. He said the same about ‘Blessed is He.’4 Khalid did not go to sleep at night till he had recited them. Ta’us said they were given sixty virtues more than any other sura in the Qur’an. Darimi transmitted.” 
3. Qur’an, xxxii. 
4. Qur’an, lxvii. (Mishkat Al-Masabih, English Translation With Explanatory Notes by Dr. James Robson [Sh. Muhammad Ashraf Publishers, Booksellers & Exporters, Lahore-Pakistan, Reprint 1990], Volume II, Book VIII. The Excellent Qualities of the Qur’an, Chapter I, p. 459; bold and capital emphasis ours) 
It was narrated that Buraydah said: I heard the Prophet say: “The Qur’an will meet its companion on the Day of Resurrection when his grave is opened for him, IN THE FORM OF A PALE MAN. IT WILL SAY TO HIM, ‘Do you recognize me?’ He will say: ‘I do not recognize you.’ IT WILL SAY: ‘I am your companion the Qur’an, who kept you thirsty on hot days and kept you awake at night. Every merchant benefits from his business and today you will benefit from your good deeds.’ He will be given dominion in his right hand and eternity in his left, and there will be placed on his head a crown of dignity, and his parents will be clothed with priceless garments the like of which have never been seen in this world. They will say: ‘Why have we been clothed with this?’ It will be said: ‘Because your son used to recite Qur’an.’ Then it will be said to him: ‘Recite and ascend in the degrees of Paradise,’ and he will continue to ascend so long as he recites, either at a fast pace or a slow pace.” Narrated by Ahmad in al-Musnad (394) and Ibn Maajah in al-Sunan (3781); classed as hasan by al-Busayri in al-Zawaa’id and by al-Albaani in al-Silsilah al-Saheehah (2829). 
Here is the English translation of Ibn Majah’s version of this report: 
3781. It was narrated from Ibn Buraidah that his father told that the Messenger of Allah said: “The Qur’an will come on the Day of Resurrection, LIKE A PALE MAN, AND WILL SAY: ‘I am the one that kept you awake at night and made you thirsty during the day.’” (Hasan) (English Translation of Sunan Ibn Majah – Compiled by Imam Muhammad Bin Yazeed Ibn Majah Al-Qazwini, From Hadith No. 3657 to 4341, Ahadith edited and referenced by Hafiz Abu Tahir Zubair ‘Ali Za’i, translated by Nasiruddin al-Khattab (Canada), final review by Abu Khaliyl (USA), [Darussalam Publications and Distributors, First Edition: June 2007], Volume 5, Chapters on Etiquette, Chapter 52. The Rewards Associated With Qur’an, pp. 68-69; capital emphasis ours) 
And this is what the renowned Muslim scholar and expositor Al-Suyuti said concerning this hadith in his commentary (2/1242): 
“In the form of a pale man”. 
Al-Suyuti said: This is the one whose color has changed. It is as if he comes in this form so as to resemble his companion in this world, or to draw attention to the fact that just as his color changed in this world because of staying up at night to read Qur’an, the Qur’an will appear in a similar form because of its striving on the Day of Resurrection until its companion attains the ultimate goal in the Hereafter. 
Thus, this pagan’s religion teaches him that there are three eternal beings, Allah, the Quran, and the Quran’s mommy. This also means that Allah is the Quran’s daddy, seeing that the Quran is his word, which means that the Quran’s mommy is actually his wife! 
Now if the logic of the Quran is true then this means that the mother of the book has a spouse with whom she has sex. After all, how can she be a mother, or have any children, if she has no husband, no spouse? We can even reword Sura 6:101 in the following manner: 
Wonderful Originator of the heavens and the earth! How could She (this unknown mysterious woman) be the Quran’s mother if she has no consort…? 
But since this mysterious woman does have offspring then she must have a husband, and here is where the real problem lies for the Muslims: Since the Quran is believed to be the word of Allah, which makes him the source of the Quran, then this means that Allah is its father and the husband of the Quran’s mother! And since Muslims believe that the Quran is the uncreated speech of Allah then this means that its mother is also uncreated. 
The Quran cannot exist before its mother which means that if the Quran is eternal then so is its mother, also implying that Allah has always been married! After all, whose wife could the Quran’s mother be if Allah is the only other entity that existed before creation? 
Again, note the logic behind this: 
(4) If the Quran has a mother, then the Quran must be an offspring.(5) But if the Quran is an offspring, then it must have a mother and a father.(6) If it has a mother and a father, then they must have had sex to produce the offspring.(7) Suras 13:39, 43:3-4, and 3:7 say that the Quran indeed has a mother.(8) Therefore, its mother and father must have had sex.(9) Hence, the best candidate for the father and the mother of the Quran is Allah and an eternal mysterious mother with whom he had sex."
Interestingly Sam has confirmed what myself and one co-author of mine has spoken of. Allah actually has genitals. Allah is capable of sexual reproduction:

To see more evidence of the Qur'an being a personal being see these:

To see how we are using the Qur'anic argument against itself, see these:

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