Test of Integrity and Credibility – The Koran


Nothing in the world scrutinises & tests a person’s integrity more so than legal proceedings. Those in law enforcement and the legal profession are aware of the value of consistent statements. When an individual makes a statement that is inconsistent or contradicts previous statement made at an earlier time it is seen as a “red flag”, “the alarm bells” start ringing. When contradicting statements are made the credibility and integrity of that individual are seriously diminished. The problem is exacerbated when an individual repeatedly contradicts earlier statements made; the individual is seen as a liability and of no useful value. The individual is viewed as totally unreliable and lacking any credebility when given the opportunity to explain or retract the contradictions to no avail, that is to say they fail to justify the contradictions with no valid explanation. (e.g diagnosed Medical illness resulting in memory loss)

In the legal system, inconsistent statements given in statements or oral evidence during legal proceedings can give rise to criminal proceedings against the individual in the form of “perjury”, the effect been the individual is viewed as a wilful liar, untrustworthy and is brought to account. Judicial process demands that individuals are truthful and honest in any statements made to authorities or given during proceedings. It is a fundamental principal and foundation in ensuring Justice is served at the highest standard. {Pertinent to clarify the issue here is not about conflicting statements made by separate individuals, the issue of credibility arises when the same individual contradicts earlier statements they made.}

Likewise, any one would be gravely concerned if any text, guide, training manual or educational book contained blatant contradictions, that text would be quickly dismissed and the author ridiculed.

By the same measure, it would be utterly disgraceful if any religious text contained contradictions and conflicting statements. Religious books have greater weight than a written statement, religious texts have authors, and those authors profess to be delivering a message they received from a higher being. Of late Christianity has come under sever attack by another creed, namely Islam. Particular attention and efforts have been made to attack the integrity of the Holy Bible, In Australia an organisation commenced an assault under the guise of “ encouraging dialogue” by professing Jesus is a prophet of Islam, In Pakistan they have enacted blasphemy laws to silence anyone that dares question any part of the Koran, or Islamic teaching.

The “ummah” Muslim community are taught their book the Koran is absolutely ‘perfect’. The Koran was handed down by an illiterate man named Mohammed claiming it contains the divine word of “allah” as transmitted to him by “allah’s angel’.

The ummah rely on the latter to challenge the authenticity of the Holy Bible, alleging it is corrupt and a perversion of the truth, while the Koran is the truth and free from any error. The ummah acknowledge Jesus Christ was the prince of peace, a sinless man conceived of virgin birth but utterly refute Jesus Christ is the son of god and the Koran is infallible.

Naturally as a liberal minded Christian, I found those statements concerning, the only way to ascertain the truth was to examine the Koran and confirm its consistency and message. Below are a broad spectrum of questions that test the infallibility of the Koran, and more importantly the integrity and consistency of the statements made by mohammed and attributed directly to him by the ummah community. There are no trick questions, pretty straight forward questions, mohammed miserably failed the test, the contradictions are profound and expose a person of no worth or consistency. Mohammed was consistently inconsistent and repeatedly contradicted himself, exposing a very poor memory or simply a pathological liar that was prepared to make any statement to suit the occasion with no regard for his earlier statements. From a legal context mohammed would be deemed a compulsive perjurer of no value whatsoever.

So, please sit back and enjoy the Islam Quiz, I implore members of the ummah to seriously question the validity of the Koran and if in any doubt please confirm the same for yourselves. Search your mind and heart to arrive at your own conclusion, ask is this individual is reliable by any measure? Most importantly you must ask, if the message really is from allah, how can allah possibly contradict himself and forget his earlier statements? Would any loving parent confuse his own child by repeatedly giving conflicting contradicting instruction?

If no parent would treat a child in such a manner, how can God our creator ever confuse his children with such conflicting messages?

Q1. Have any passages in the Koran been abrogated?

Answer: NO the Koran is perfect and can never be abrogated

Sura 6:34

Sura 6:115

Sura 10:64

Sura 18:27

Answer: YES some suras have been abrogated

Sura 2:106

Sura 16:101

Q2. How many angels spoke to Mary?

Answer: only one

Sura 19:16-19

Answer: more than one

Sura 3:42

Sura 3:45

Q3. How long is Allah’s day?

Answer: 1000 years

Sura 22:47

Sura 32:5

Answer: 50,000 years

Sura 70:4

Q4. Who chooses the devil to be friends with unbelievers?

Answer: Allah chooses

Sura 7:27

Answer: The disbelievers choose

Sura 7:30

Q5. Was Pharoah drowned or saved?

Answer: He was drowned

Sura 17:102-3

Sura 28:40

Sura 43:55

Answer: he was saved

Sura 10:90-92

Q6. Will all Jews and Christians go to hell?

Answer: Yes all Christians and Jews will go to hell

Sura 3:85

Sura 5:72

Answer: No they will not

Sura 2:62

Sura 5:69

Q7. Did Mohammed ask for a fee?

Answer: Yes

Sura 2:195

Sura 8:41

Sura 9:103

Sura 9:111

Sura 47:38

Sura 57:10

Answer: No

Sura 12:104

Sura 36:21

Sura 42:23

Sura 52:40

Sura 68:46

Q8. How should Jews and Christians be treated?

Answer: with kindness and patience

Sura 2:109

Answer: By fighting against them

Sura 9:29

Q9. Which came first Heaven or earth?

Answer: Heaven

Sura 79:27-30

Answer: Earth

Sura 2:29

Sura 41:9-12

Q10. Will Allah forgive anything?

Answer: Yes Allah will forgive anyone for anything

Sura 4:110

Sura 39:153

Answer: No, there are some things and some people Allah will never forgive

Sura 4:48

Sura 4:116

Sura 4:137

Sura 4:168

Sura 9:80

Sura 47:34

Sura 63:3-6

Q11. How many angels fought Mohammed?

Answer: 3000

Sura 3:124-126

Answer: 1000

Sura 8:9-10

Q12. Is each person free to believe as he or she wishes?

Answer: Yes

Sura 2:256

Sura 18:29

Sura 109:6

Answer: No

Sura 3:32

Sura 30:45

Sura 18:29

Sura 3:85

Sura 3:28

Sura 4:89

Sura 4:144

Sura 5:51

Sura 60:1

Answer: disbelievers are an open enemy and target for you

Sura 4:101

Sura 9:12-14

Sura 9:29

Sura 9:123

Answer: kill disbelievers

Sura 4:89

Sura 9:5

Q13. How long did it take create the heavens and the earth?

Answer: Six Days

Sura 7:54

Sura 10:3

Sura 11:7

Sura 50:38

Sura 57:4

Answer: Eight Days

Sura 41:9-12

Q14. What was man created from?

Answer: Water

Sura 25:54


Answer: A Clot:

Sura 96:1-2

Answer: Clay or Mud

Sura 15:26

Sura 32:7

Sura 38:71

Answer: Dust

Sura 30:20

Sura 35:11

Q15. Is Allah merciful?

Answer: Yes

Sura 1:1-3

Sura 1:163

Sura 2:37

Sura 2:54

Sura 2:128

Sura 2:143

Sura 2:160

Sura 2:173

Sura 2:182

Sura 2:192

Sura 2:218

Answer: No

Sura 2:7

Sura 2:17

Sura 4:56

Sura 4:168-9

Sura 5:33

Sura 7:50

Q16. Does Allah make distinctions between his messengers?

Answer: Yes

Sura 2:253

Answer: No

Sura 2:285

Q17. Who was the first Muslim?

Answer: Abraham / Jacob

Sura 2:132

Answer: Moses

Sura 7:143

Answer: Mohammed

Sura 39:12

Q18. Did one of Noah’s son die in the flood?

Answer: Yes

Sura 11:42-43

Answer: No

Sura 21:76

Sura 37:75-77

Q19. Does everything on heaven and earth obey Allah?

Answer: Yes

Sura 30:26

Answer: No

Sura 2:34

Q20. When did the Jews repent for worshiping the golden calf?

Answer: Before Moses returned

Sura 7:148-150

Answer: After Moses returned

Sura 20:88-91

Q21. Could Allah have a son?

Answer: Yes

Sura 39:4

Answer: No

Sura 6:100-101

Q22. Can a man treat his wives fairly?

Answer: Yes it is possible

Sura 4:3

Answer: No you will not be able to do so

Sura 4:129

Q23. Did Pharaoh’s wizard believe in Moses and Allah?

Answer: Yes

Sura 7:120-122

Answer: No

Sura 10:83

Q24. Who suffers loss if Mohammed is wrong?

Answer: Only Mohammed suffers loss

Sura 34:50

Answer: Everyone who listened to him

Sura 16:25

Sura 29:12

Q25. What is the only food for people in hell?

Answer: Bitter Dhari (bitter and thorny plant)

Sura 88:6

Answer: Foul Pus from the washing of wounds

Sura 69:36

I have listed but a few of the contradictions derived directly from the Koran. These contradictions were all uttered by mohammed, as said earlier the Koran contains statements made by mohammed and no one else. These statements expose a totally unreliable individual who is untruthful and totally inconsistent in his statements. The contradictions point to a man that fabricated statements over an extended period of time, often forgetting statements that he made earlier. Most importantly it confirms no superior being could possible confuse his own message in such an abhorrent manner, it defies the meaning of “superior”.

Only an inferior being such as SATAN has the capacity to compile the chronic errors and contradictions contained in the Koran, delivered by Mohammed his servant.

NOTE: To look up and read any of the quoted Suras, I recommend you use the authorised English translation of the Koran by pickthall: http://ishwarllc.com/islam/holy_quran_(pickthall)/ [1]

The above article has selected some of the discrepancies in the Koran to show that whoever wrote it was not acute enough to connect the inconsistencies and to edit it out. It shows poor and tardy scholarship and proves that it was a poor attempt by some human writers to credit this pathetic literary works as a immutable and perfect “Word of Allah.”
No one has yet proven the existence of a God, or his son, or that he was responsible for creation and thus the sceptical have to accept these Holy Writings as pure mythology or folklore.

[1] Integrity and Credibility of the Koran: http://www.islamreview.com/articles/Test_of_Integrity_and_Credibility_The_Koran.shtml

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