Arabic Contradictions in the Qur’ān Hafs Vs Hishām ibn ‘Ammār (Surah Al-Kahf 18:36 )

Our Muslim friends have been lied to whether they have been born into a Muslim family, or were a “revert” to Islam. The lie of the Qur’an’s perfect preservation and that all Muslims around the world read the same Qur’an.

This claim couldn’t be further from the truth as I personally own 3 Arabic Qur’an’s, those being Hafs, Warsh and Qaloon. Not to mention that there are about 30 different Arabic Qur’an’s that you can purchase. In this article, we’re asking the question which Qur’an is the correct one?

Hafs Qur’ān: Menha “better than this” 

“And I think not the Hour will ever come, and if indeed I am brought back to my Lord, (on the Day of Resurrection), I surely shall find BETTER THAN THIS when I return to Him.” 

Hishām ibn ‘Ammār Qur’ān: menhumaa “better than both of them” 

“And I think not the Hour will ever come, and if indeed I am brought back to my Lord, (on the Day of Resurrection), I surely shall find BETTER THAN BOTH OF THEM when I return to Him.” 

Conclusion

Question for our Muslim friends, will the companion find a better place or a place better than two others? Who are the two others (Hishām ibn ‘Ammār) of whom he will be better?

As we can see both Qur’an’s don’t have the same words, and this is only comparing 2 Qur’ans out of 30 different Arabic versions. The question needs to be answered why are Muslims still peddling the lie of 1 Qur’an perfectly preserved? It’s because their entire religion stands upon this one point. Islam is a house of cards and is already falling apart.

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