Contradictions in the Quranic stories

One of the findings in psychotic disorders is the inability of the patient to keep the details of the story he’s telling when he repeats it more than once.

He only retains the general sense but contradicts the details.

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The memory of the psychotics is confused, the heroes of the stories are mingled, the times and the events are mixed, and the order of events could be reversed on repetition.

The Islamic priest establishment presents the Qur’an as eloquent, detailed and precise. While they spend most of their lives repairing the meanings of words and justifying the expressions and opening the brackets to put the correcting sentences and phrases.

The eminent men or Pharaoh?

Quran says in Surah 7:

So Moses threw his stick, and suddenly it was a serpent, manifest.(7:107)

And he drew out his hand; thereupon it was white  for the observers. (7:108)

Said the eminent men among the people of Pharaoh, “Indeed, this is a learned magician (7:109)

Who wants to expel you from your land , so what do you advise?” (7:110)

Here in Surah Al-A’raf the eminent people said that Moses is a magician and they’re the ones who asked for advice.

 And they’re the ones who asked for advice.

The speakers are the eminent men of the pharaoh’s people, while Pharaoh is the listener.

But in the Sura of Ash-shu’ara (26) and the same situation even the arabic words in the text are the same except who spoke and asked for advice

So Moses threw his stick, and suddenly it was a serpent, manifest.(26:33)

And he drew out his hand; thereupon it was white  for the observers. (26:34)

Pharaoh said to the eminent ones around him, “Indeed, this is a learned magician. (26:35)

He wants to drive you out of your land by his magic, so what do you advise?” (26:36)

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Here Pharaoh is the one who asked for advice. And Pharaoh is the one he said this is a learned magician.

The who speaks here is Pharaoh and the eminent men are the listener.

The Islamic priesthood camouflages such contradictions, taking advantage of the simple believer’s strong desire for his beliefs to be correct. The psychotic defect of the ability to maintain the boundaries between people made Muhammad confuse Pharaoh with the public.

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