Rebuttal to Sam Shamoun's Article, "A Prominent Muslim Dawagandist testifies that the Quran confirms the Gospels - How the words of one of Islam's leading Taqiyyist backfire against him"


Bassam Zawadi

Sam Shamoun has written a lie regarding brother Shabir Ally.

He claims that Shabir Ally believes that the Qur'an affirms the authority of the four Gospels as fully divine. Shabir Ally, replying back in an email denies this charge completely:

Of course I believe, as do most Muslims, that the Quran both confirms the truth of that which was revealed in the previous scriptures and at the same time serves as a quality controller to expose the corruptions which human beings have introduced into God's Word. Sam takes the first part of this assertion, ignores the second part of that assertion, though this must by now be known to every reviewer of my debates, and builds a case on inferences he can make from the same.

Hence he proceeds by saying that this would mean that Shabir believes in the Gospels as they are, and therefore he believes in Jesus as God, and therefore he disbelieves the Quran which denies this. Since Shabir is still a Muslim he must be is lying in saying that the Quran confirms the Bible, etc.


Brother Shabir Ally did not even need to clarify his stance via email since he already made his understanding regarding the Qur'an confirming the Gospel clear in one of his online articles (see here).

Shamoun is desperate to prove his case that Islam affirms the textual integrity of the Bible but has been constantly refuted and humiliated on this topic (see here). Jochen Katz, the host of the website he writes for, indirectly refuted Shamoun's attempts (see here).

Can Shamoun stop spreading lies for once in his life?


Shamoun added an appendix to his article in response to this one. He cannot admit that he was wrong. He claims that Shabir Ally said that the Qur'an confirms the Gospels, while I said elsewhere that it is not the four Gospels but the Gospel revealed to Jesus.

This doesn't change the fact that Shabir intends to say that the Qur'an confirms the truth of the true Gospel revealed to Jesus that is presently found and made its way into the four Gospels.

Shabir Ally said:

The Quran claims to reaffirm that teaching which is there in the earlier historical record, namely, the Gospels themselves

When Shabir said "that teaching," he intended that true teaching from the true Gospel made its way into the Gospels. He meant this by knowing Shabir's writings and debates, which Shamoun does very well.

Shabir states:

All of these are human attributes which the Quran affirms as clear evidence that Jesus was a prophet, he was a human servant and messenger of God

Notice that Shabir is making it clearer that the Qur'an affirms the human attributes of Jesus found in the Gospels and nothing else. (For example, Shabir Ally believes that the Gospel of John teaches Jesus' divinity, yet where did we see Shabir saying that the Qur'an affirms this as well?)

Again we beg Shamoun just to humble himself and stop spreading slanderous lies.  

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