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Saudi-Arabia innser nederlaget i Jemen

Originalt publisert på https://steigan.no/2019/08/saudi-arabia-innser-nederlaget-i-jemen/

Saudi-Arabias krig mot Jemen har pågått i snart fem år, den har kostet Saudi-Arabia minst 100 milliarder dollar i tillegg til at den har påført folket i Jemen ubeskrivelige lidelser og enorme tap. Og nå har Saudi-Arabia de facto tapt krigen. Dette innser også de diktatoriske herskerne i Riyadh. Kong Salman har tydeligvis bedt president…

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Nett i Sanaa i Jemen vart det funne tidlege variantar av Korantekstar, frå før boka vart gjennomredigert og kanonisert. Dette hende under renovering av den gamle moskeen i byen. Funna avslørde ein tekstrevisjon som står i strid med opphavsmyten i Islam, nemleg korleis profeten hadde fått teksten fiks og ferdig frå engelen Gabriel. Den endelege revisjonen låg føre kring 700, altså om lag 70 år etter at Mohammad var død. Når ein veit kva for avgreining av Islam som har makta i Saudiarabia, er det lett å tenkje seg at denne krigen har vore kulturhistorisk attpå alt det andre, og utført for å slette så mykje som råd av eventuelle spor som kan endre historieforståinga av Islam og korleis Koranen vart til.

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Nytt for meg. Hvor fant du denne informasjonen - og hvorfor har ikke dette kommet fram tydeligere? Kan jo være forløsende til mye dette, hvis det er dokumenterbart.

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Hvordan skjedde det da?

Historien om hva sionistene gjorde med de jemenittiske jødene da de kom til Israel:

Kan det være dette ? Det er ikke helt nytt, men de vil holde en lav profil.
Var dette ( under ) så lurt ?

Even as this incredible academic story nears its climax, darkness shrouds the manuscript itself. In 2015, as Saudi Arabia began bombing Yemen, the manuscript’s caretakers in Sana’a fled, locking the manuscript in a secret safe that can only be opened if all of them gather again.

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Decades after earliest Quran was discovered, scholars to share full text of the Sana’a manuscript

Five decades after the earliest manuscript of the Quran was discovered in Yemen, scholars are getting ready to share with the world the full text of the Sana’a manuscript. Inside the incredible hunt for Islam’s urtext.

No one had any idea what they had just discovered. The manuscripts were stuffed into sacks and forgotten. Years would pass before it transpired that the parchment in the hidden room was the very earliest Quran to be discovered. Radiocarbon dating shows the Sana’a manuscript was almost certainly prepared between 578CE and 668CE: the era of Muhammad bin Abdullah, the Prophet of Islam. There is a three-to-one chance that it is older than 646 CE, which means it was likely written within 15 years after Muhammad’s death, (født ca. 570, død 8. juni 632 i Medina) conceivably by someone who had heard the divine revelation from his own lips. But there’s also this twist: Islam’s urtext wasn’t quite the same as the Quran we know today.

Some years after it was first written, scholarly investigation showed that a scribe had scrubbed off the writing and replaced it with the text believers now revere.


In 1972, construction workers renovating a wall in the attic of the Great Mosque of Sana’a in Yemen came across large quantities of old manuscripts and parchments, many of which were deteriorated. Not realizing their significance, the workers gathered up the documents, packed them away into some twenty potato sacks, and left them on the staircase of one of the mosque’s minarets
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A fragment showing part of Surat Ta-Ha

Puin and his colleague Graf von Bothmer have published only short essays on the Ṣana’a find. In a 1999 interview with Toby Lester, the executive editor of The Atlantic Monthly website, Puin described the preserved fragments by the following:

So many Muslims have this belief that everything between the two covers of the Quran is Allah’s unaltered word. They like to quote the textual work that shows that the Bible has a history and did not fall straight out of the sky, but until now the Quran has been out of this discussion. The only way to break through this wall is to prove that the Quran has a history too. The Sana’a fragments will help us accomplish this.

The manuscripts are located in the House of Manuscripts, the Dār al-Makhṭūṭāt (DAM), in Ṣan’ā’, Yemen.
A radiocarbon analysis has dated the parchment of one of the detached leaves sold at auction, and hence its lower text, to between 578 CE and 669 CE with a 95% accuracy.

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