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Quranic Claim of Everything Created in Pairs

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{{Quote|{{Quran|51|49}}| And all things We have created by pairs, that haply ye may reflect.}}
Please note Note that due to the ‘richness of the [[Arabic]] language’ and because Allah made the Qur'an 'clear and easy to understand', some Islamists apologists may try to argue that at least some of these verses do not convey the message that ‘''all creatures''’ are created in pairs, taking the literal or metaphorical sense whichever and whenever suits them best.
For example, a disingenuous Muslim may claim that verse 13:3 refers only to fruits, or that verse 36:36 refers only to things grown from the Earth (i.e. plants). However verses 43:12 and 51:49 make it absolutely clear that Allah created all creatures in pairs. There is no ambiguity.
==Analysis==
The case against the Qur'an is really very simple. All one has to do is to show that not all creatures are ‘created’ in pairs. Our opinion is that [[Muhammad]], being who he was, didn’t have access to a microscope or a good Level 1 biology textbook. Therefore, he could not have known about asexual organisms, parthenogenetic organisms, hermaphrodites, or Schizophyllum commune.  It was all too easy for Muhammad to observe male and female humans, camels, dogs, and even devils, jinns, and angels. But as he had no idea about micro-organisms and herpetology he was unaware that he was mistaken in his belief that all creatures came in males and females.  The alternative theses are also interesting: either Allah forgot he created asexual, parthenogenetic, and hermaphroditic organisms; Allah forgot to tell [[Gabriel‎|Jibreel]]; Jibreel didn’t listen to Allah; or Jibreel forgot to tell Muhammad.  Given this glaring mistake that all creatures are created in (male-female) pairs it is clear that Muhammad made up the Qur'an.
===The Qur'an leaves out asexual organisms===
==Conclusion==
 
[[Muhammad]], being who he was, did not have access to a microscope or a good Level 1 biology textbook. Therefore, he could not have known about asexual organisms, parthenogenetic organisms, hermaphrodites, or Schizophyllum commune.
 
It was all too easy for him to observe male and female humans, camels, dogs, and even devils, jinns, and angels. But as he had no idea about micro-organisms and herpetology he was unaware that he was mistaken in his belief that all creatures came in males and females.
Based on the existence of the schizophyllum commune, and asexual, hermaphroditic and parthenogenetic organisms, the Qur'anic verses about Allah creating all creatures in pairs (male and female) is refuted.
The ancient Chinese Yin-Yang duality principle proves that the spurious Muslim claim of ‘creation in pairs’ to mean matter antimatter complements to be unremarkable. Besides, some Hindus make similar claims about the Rig-Veda as the Islamists Muslims make about the Qur'an about and scriptural allusions to matter and antimatter.
In reality, such claims of scientific foreknowledge can be made for any ancient text, for example the [[NATVRAE MIRABILIS ORIGINISQVE DIVINAE GEORGICAE VERGILII|Georgica]].
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