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Offline gandalf the white

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behold the trickry of the godless wikipedia
« on: March 20, 2014, 04:28:47 PM »
so i was reading as usual in wikipedia and suddnly i stomped upon this "All early Semites across the entire Near East appear to have originally been Polytheist. Mesopotamian religion is the earliest recorded and for three millennia was the most influential, exerting strong influence on the later recorded Canaanite religions then practiced in what is today Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Israel, the Palestinian territories and the Sinai Peninsula, and also those of the Arameans, Chaldeans, Phoenicians/Carthaginians and Arabs. The influence of Mesopotamian religion can also be found in Armenian and Graeco-Roman religion and to some degree upon the later Semitic Monotheistic religions of Judaism, Christianity, Mandaeism, Gnosticism and ISLAM" and they claim that annunaki means somthing like( the people of the sky) or somthing and elohim was a name of king foundin a sumarian tablet and i noticed how wikipedia kisses the feet of anything that is anti-abrahamic, so i am starting to suspect wikipedia's nutural stance now for instead of it beign a place of learning it is now a place of godless preaching.
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Re: behold the trickry of the godless wikipedia
« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2014, 02:56:38 AM »
Do I need to inform everyone that Wikipedia can be edited by whoever drops by ? One needs to be careful when taking anything of importance from it . I saw a page claiming the mother of the believers Aisha went to war against Ali may Allah be pleased of them both . When I looked at the "source" of this claim , it was a book written by an orientalist ! So instead of using the methods of narrations in Islam , they just took it based on some guy's opinion !


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