Skip to comments.Out-Sourced Qurans Filled with Errors, Iranian Government Says
Posted on 09/04/2011 4:09:09 PM PDT by John Semmens
A recent effort to make Qurans more affordable in Iran is proving a source of embarrassment for the regime. In a bid to cut costs, the government let a contract to print Qurans to a firm located in China. It seems that the finished product is loaded with spelling and grammatical errors.
Ahmad Haji-Sharif, director of the department of evaluation on publication of the Holy Quran, expressed outrage with the results. Take the Qurans command calling for Muslims to slay Jews, Haji-Sharif offered as an example. These Chinese dolts had the Holy book calling for Muslims to sway the Jews. Its blasphemy.
Kung Pao, spokesman for Chinas Anhui Publishing Group, attributed the problem to a simple misunderstanding. It was our impression that the Quran was a book based on the sayings of a religious leader, you know, like Buddha or Jesus. Well, arent religious leaders trying to guide people toward the right path? Wouldnt swaying the Jews from their erroneous thinking be a more likely thing to say?
LOL! Good help, that can spell, is hard to find these days.
I wonder how they spelled Killing Jooooooooooooooooooossssss?
Suffer, you ignorant wipers of your bottoms with sand. Yeah, China!
Very funny, good work John.
Heads will roll.....no, really!
“Wouldnt swaying the Jews from their erroneous thinking be a more likely thing to say? There will be no swaying here, this muslim blood cult, only wants to kill,kill,kill both Jews and Christians!
Hopefully this will open the eyes of the Chinese to the extreme nastiness of the “religion of peace”.
Israel is making overtures to relations with China, sounds good to me.
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