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Scientists find Miracles in the Qur’an


The new Mullahs and other Islamists feel very happy whenever they find an occidental (western white person) who talks in favor of their faith (Islam). This is especially true when these western people try to associate the Qur’an and Hadith with anything resembling an inkling of scientific truth. For the last 25 years or so, Muslims have found several non-Muslim supporters (pseudo) of their faith. One of the results of such liaisons is Bucailleism, the belief that “the Qur’an prophesied the Big Bang theory, space travel and other contemporary scientific breakthroughs,” and that “there are more than 1200 verses (Ayat) which can be interpreted in the light of modern science.” It has been called “a fast-growing branch of Islamic fundamentalism.” Named after none-other than the French (Catholic) surgeon Maurice Bucaille, its proponents believe that “one of the main convincing evidences” that lead many to convert to Islam “is the large number of scientific facts in the Quran.” These articles take a critical look at this fairly recent phenomena.