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Mansur
San’a Qur’an: lower text A detailed exposition by Dr Ahmed elShamy demonstrating it as a transcription by one with defective memory along with utilisation of some rare or abrogated recitals. Sad, not a competing Qur’an as wished by some.
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Mansur Sep 7
Replying to @MansurXAhmed
The scribe made lots of basic mistakes in spelling & grammar; not expected of a professional scribe.
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Mansur Sep 7
Replying to @MansurXAhmed
It would be beneficial if this work is translated, cited, utilised in video format etc. / shamyshamy3040@gmail.com
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Mustafa Sep 7
Replying to @MansurXAhmed
Great stuff, Mansur. Still waiting to hear from you, InshaAllah.
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Faer thee well Sep 7
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MozlemBoi27 Sep 7
I'd like to ask If you could help me understand this text a little better is it simply explaining that the Quran is reliable due to the fact that variations were scribal mistakes and the traditionally way of keeping the Quran and hadith are reliable or is it saying the opposite?
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A Sep 8
Replying to @MansurXAhmed
my question is how likely it was back than when material to write on was scarce and those who could write were also very few that a man with a defective memory was writing Quran? I mean was he super rich or something that he had the time and resources to write Quran incorrectly 1
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A Sep 8
Replying to @MansurXAhmed
a time when professional were reusing the parchments, an amature was writing Quran & on top of that writing it wrong.? 2
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