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Joe has been justifiably frustrated because everyone wants to question his historical acumen, so he decided to shut down their criticisms by quoting two notable scholars in the field of the Origins of Islam, Dr Peter Von Sivers and Dr Fred Donner, who both agreed publicly recently with his views concerning the origins of Islam.
He shows two clips in this episode where the two gentlemen admit that almost everything they know about Islam, and about Muhammad, and even about where the Qur’an was written did not come from the Hijaz, which would be Mecca and Medina, but from much further north, in Iraq, and in the Syrian desert, which are located between 600 – 1,000 miles too far north!
Though the scholars are very careful not to say publicly that the SIN is fictitious, or even that Muhammad could not have existed (remember they have ‘academic chairs to protect’, and academic institutions which they represent, all of which are dependent on Muslim monies in order to exist), they nonetheless have no difficulty dismissing the notion that any of it could have happened anywhere near where the SIN says it took place.
Yet, the SIN is absolutely dependent on Muhammad living in Central Arabia, and the Qur’an being written there; so much so, that if that is proved to be incorrect, then almost everything else would necessarily be suspect.
Look to see many more scholars beginning to admit publicly that much of what we have been told about early Islam is not necessarily backed up by the reality on the ground.
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