A baby born with veres of Qur'an on his body? How is this possible?

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Offline Joe L. Ogan

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It is possible if someone continues to replace them as they fade.  Thanks for comments.  Joe L. Ogan

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A bit bias joe, no?

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No. bias.  I just can not think of any other reason.  Can you?  Thanks for comments.  Joe L. Ogan

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Miracles do happen for a reason

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I do not believe in miracles!  Thanks for comments.  Joe L. Ogan

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What I don't understand is why they put babies on hot things with writings in rilief...

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Lightarrow - quite agree.  In europe or the states the local social services would be around in a flash to find out what they were using to score (?) burn (?) writing onto a baby's skin.  and before anyone accuses me of bias - yes I am biased against religious manifestations and stigmata of any form, denomination, or creed.
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Apparently, humans want to believe in things. When they do, it might impair their objectivity.
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Lightarrow - quite agree.  In europe or the states the local social services would be around in a flash to find out what they were using to score (?) burn (?) writing onto a baby's skin.  and before anyone accuses me of bias - yes I am biased against religious manifestations and stigmata of any form, denomination, or creed.

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Its bad enough that children are indoctrinated with one religion or another from the moment they start to understand language and the world around them.

Doing this to a child's skin is taking it to new level of religious fanaticism. This is no miracle, it is not the hand of Allah, God or whatever you want to call him. This is the hand of Man. And damned devious, selfish and very stupid religious fanatics hand at that.
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The youtube video states that when ever the writing happens the baby gets unwell and upset.....I wonder why !!! [::)] [::)]
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How much different is it to Circumcision?
It also was part of a religious ritual, until it was proved to benefit the health.
I can not remember when it was done nor the pain.

Having your skin cut has to be more painful then some signature tattooed in disappearing, UV activated ink.

On the other hand to exploiting the writing it as a miracle, is devious.




« Last Edit: 14/09/2010 14:43:13 by tommya300 »

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In reply to the original question, it is not possible.  Thanks for comments.  Joe L. Ogan
« Last Edit: 20/09/2010 23:46:15 by Joe L. Ogan »

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It looks more like it's drawn on with lip liner or something like that. They say new verses appear every Friday, so it couldn't be anything that is too permanent or would leave a scar.
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Doing this to a child's skin is taking it to new level of religious fanaticism. This is no miracle, it is not the hand of Allah, God or whatever you want to call him. This is the hand of Man. And damned devious, selfish and very stupid religious fanatics hand at that.
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