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    qur'anic manuscipts discussion

    http://groups.google.com/group/soc.r...1e6?scoring=d&

    discussion mentions about pre-uthmanic variants
    Last edited by Kamran; 19th February 2011 at 13:01.

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    ghali wrote:

    Just thought of coming back onto this group with interesting new
    findings. There are now two volumes to the works of Deroche and Noseda

    Sources de la tradition manuscrite du texte coranique. I. Le manuscrit
    328a de la Bibliothèque Nationale de France has already been printed
    while the second Sources de la tradition manuscrite du texte coranique.
    II. Le manuscrit ar. 2165 de la British Library is in print.


    There are also some interview with Francois Deroche in French. You can
    get bad online translations


    There are two parts to the interview 3&4.


    Link to the first part


    http://oumma.com/article.php3?id_art...herche=deroche


    But the interview has three interesting points


    1-Only 16 words in the Hijazi manuscripts are
    orthograpically different from the standard quran
    after the usual considerations!


    So much for the many variations cited by Puin! In fact we only have 2
    or 3 variations of Puin in print. Nothing really to be excited about.
    All the words noted in point are not different, just have abnormally
    consistent variations in spelling. Deroche in the Encyclopedia of
    Islam mentions that the only variations noted that are outside the
    usual muslim literature ( taking into account scribal errors) are
    Puin's, yet we have no proof as of yet for this extensive variation. In
    fact all the other manuscripts show an understanding contrary to this
    view. Maybe Puin is going the same way Luxenberg is going? At least we
    are taking his results with a pinch of salt!


    2-95% of the Quran is preserved with the Hijazi script ( we are talking
    first century)


    3- He came to the conclusion after he had clear cut
    evidence of Ummayyad Qurans!


    The Hijazi script that is noted ie with the preservation of 95% of the
    Quran, has been dated from the mid to the end of the first century
    after Hijra! This is no doubt a paleographical issue, but it is
    dependent on dated secular scripts at that time. It is also more
    "primitive" than the dated ( some carbon dated) Ummayad Qurans.
    Remember their reign ended about 750 AC. The Quran was standardised by
    Uthman in about 652 AC and our prophet died in 632 A.C.

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    Jazk Allah ,, Nice sharings..
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    Examining Ibn Masud’s reaction to Qur’an preservation efforts

    بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم الحمد لله وحده و الصلاة و السلام على من لا نبي بعده و على آله و أصحابه أجمعين

    Ibn Mas’ud’s reaction to efforts regarding Qur’an preservation during Uthman’s time has been a subject of interest to orientalists and missionaries. In this article we shall put the lies on the issue in coffin.

    http://www.letmeturnthetables.com/20...man-quran.html

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    Islam is the perfect way of life for those who know it as it is and Quran is a guide for the whole humanity to have a improved life in this world as well as in the Akhira the hereafter.

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