Sunday, June 21, 2009

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Suffering through the Koran – Sura 20 named 'Ta Ha' or Mystic Letters.

Mystical alright – this Sura is existential nonsense.

by Ferdinand III

Ta ha ha and Ti hee hee. Mystical giggles as the writers of the Arab universalist manifesto unite in gibberish. The Koran is apparently the mystical set of letters and yes as one would have guessed, the Torah and Christian Bible are really just Allah's mystical letters arranged incorrectly. That big joker Allah saved the right orientation of the mystical script for the Koran and as logic would dictate, he gave it to an illiterate 7th century madman named Mohammed. Ta ha ha indeed. Therefore the mystical Koran is uber alles.

Hitler's mad ravings in Mein Kampf is an obvious proof that a simpleton should not take to writing. Illogic, illusions, irrationalities and repetitions do not a constructive essay on ethics make. So it goes with the rather un-holy Koran. Its repetitive and less than discrete nature makes it an impossible read. So yet again here we have another Sura about why the Jewish prophets are really the creations and creatures of Allah, and why therefore that the Jewish religion is inferior and in fact a developmental part of Islam.

A sure sign of insanity is circular reasoning or looped arguments repeated endlessly. This entire Sura says nothing new but repeats what was already repeatedly repeated. The Arabs who wrote the Koran seem to have a psycho-fixation on Moses for instance. I suppose that if the Arabs can prove that the 1400 B.C. Jewish leader was somehow affiliated with the moon cult, than the entire edifice of Judeo morality tumbles to the desert.

“O you Children of Israel! We delivered you from your enemy, and We made a Convenant with you on the right side of Mount (Sina), and We sent down to you Manna and quails:”

Yawn. The Moses story and the return to Israel of Hebrew slaves who migrated and who most likely were ejected from Egypt, is now rewritten to be a journey in league with the Arab Allah. Allah has nothing in common with Jehovah nor with the Christian idea of God. The Judeo-Christian God is an anthropomorphic being having more in common with Zeus, than with the unknowable and remarkably opaque moon deity ali-ilah of Mecca.

In any event the Allah sent Moses and the Jews the rules – which they ignored in creating their own corrupt version of God-worship. “Thus have We sent this down – an Arabic Qu'ran – and explained therein in detail some of the warnings, in order that they may fear Allah, or that it may cause their remembrance (of Him).”

Apparently this Allah wanted an Arabic Koran invented so the Arabs could teach the Jews the right path of faith and metaphysical peace. One supposes that this Allah did not want to communicate with the Jews directly in their own Hebraic tongue, since they had strayed so far from the truth, that any further communication was impossible or impractical. So he had the Arabs do it.

And the Arabs wielding the Koran have every right to be upset with the prodigal Jews. “Is it not a warning to such men (to call to mind) how many generations before them We destroyed in whose haunts they (now) move ? Verily, in this are Signs for men eluded with understanding.”

So this Allah and his team of Muslims have wiped out many a generation of Jew before. Assyrians, Egyptians, Babylonians, Canaanites, Hittites, Greeks and Romans all had their turns trying to extirpate the Judaic monotheists. Now it is the time of the Arabs to either force the Jews to see truth and reality, or exterminate them.

Nice creed.

As with Mein Kampf the immoral and irrational explanations of why Jews should be killed – they wandered far from the true path; their destruction has been pre-ordained; Jew killing has happened in times past and should happen again – is fascistic determinism. As with Mein Kampf there is nothing new in this Sura or indeed in the Koran. Just a long litany of Jew hate and supremacism, all wrapped up in a moon cult worship. Ta ha ha.

[Note: This sura is taken from 'The Holy Quran', translated by Abdullah Yusuf Ali, reprinted in 1995, Goodword Books. Regarded as one of the best translations from Arabic to English of the Koran.]