12 thoughts on “Watch “Rebekkah & Aisha” on YouTube

  1. This is jew and you as a Muslim believe in jew. Quran 5:51 says not to be friends of jew and Christian. So you take a Jew word proving opposite of what Quran is saying so you became a khafir. Woww 👏👏👏 great.


      1. LOL, Hanuman, son of Satan, your foul language only exposes you as the demon-spawn that you are.

        Your stupidity knows no bounds, monkey! Who says the verse has to say “she was 10 years old”? The age of Rebekah has been estimated based on the Hebrew word used. It ranges from as low as 3 to as high as 14 (some say 20). But in Hebrew, “naarah” referred to an girl younger than age 12 (https://www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/960634/jewish/Naarah-Betulah-Chapter-One.htm#footnote25a960634).

        In the book of Jasher, Rebekah’s age is listed as 10. While there is debate whether this is the same book of Jasher mentioned in the Bible, it confirms that in Hebrew, “naarah” refers to a girl younger than 12. Coupled with the word for virgin (betulah), which meant a girl between the ages of 3 and 12, Rebekah must have been somewhere between 3 and 12 as well. Thus, the age of 10 is a perfectly reasonable estimate.

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      2. Oh monkey, why are you so stupid? Please stop eating that fecal bread because it is making you stupider, even by baboon standards. LOL!!
        OK, where to start with your new roasting session?

        1. Book of Jasher – Yes, I know it is disputed and widely considered to be a forgery. That’s irrelevant though, dummy. I used it to confirm that the Hebrew word “na’arah” means a girl younger than 12. So use your math skills monkey. Come on, I know you can do it. Is 10 less than 12? Ding! Ding! Ding! So Rebekah’s age could have been anywhere from 3 to 12. Thus, estimating her age as 10 seems perfectly reasonable.

        2. I also cited Chabad, a Jewish source which defines “na’arah” as a girl under the age of 12. It also defined “betulah” (virgin) as a girl between the ages of 3 and 12. Both words are used in the Bible to describe Rebekah. I know this is embarrassing monkey, but your Bible allowed young girls to get married. Stop crying and get over it.

        3. Speaking of “forgeries”, you crosstians are too stupid and brainless to realize that most of your NT books are forgeries! Your double standards and inconsistency are truly hilarious! Did you know that 1 Peter and 2 Peter, as well as many of the “pastoral epistles” of Paul are considered to be forgeries? They were not written by Peter or Paul! Read this monkey and educate yourself: https://www.patheos.com/blogs/keithgiles/2019/03/sorry-christians-our-bible-contains-fake-letters-from-paul-and-peter/

        The author states: “The New Testament is filled with epistles that were not written by Paul or Peter. These are called “Pseudepigrapha” because, like other fake scriptures circulated in the late second and third centuries, they were not authored by the Apostle whose name appears on it.”


        4. Finally, even your “canonical” books quote from non-canonical books. Jude quotes from the book of Enoch, even though it is not in the scripture! LOL!! So, there is nothing wrong with using non-canonical books to fill in the gaps in your canonical books.

        And by the way, did you know how your so-called “scriptures” were included in the canon? The Patheos article explains:

        “Because the Christians who decided which books were in or out of the Canon – around 400 AD – didn’t make their decisions using textual criticism. Usually, the decision was made by consensus, or based on opinions.
        In fact, in some cases, they just prayed and waited for God to move the scrolls that were not authentic on to the floor. [Nope. I’m not making that up].
        Still other decisions about the Canon, like the Council of Trent [1546] were nearly too close to call, with 24 yea, 15 nay and 16 abstaining. So, it could’ve gone another way, I suppose.”

        LOL!! You Christians are hilarious! Yeah, let’s pray and see if God moves the fake scriptures onto the floor! What if the wind or gravity caused a scroll that was authentic to fall to the floor?


      3. mr.heathcliff

        “Your stupidity knows no bounds, monkey! Who says the verse has to say “she was 10 years old”? The age of Rebekah has been estimated based on the Hebrew word used. It ranges from as low as 3 to as high as 14 (some say 20). But in Hebrew, “naarah” referred to an girl younger than age 12 (https://www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/960634/jewish/Naarah-Betulah-Chapter-One.htm#footnote25a960634).”

        when these filthy crosstians wanna find “prophecies” in daniel they make inference just on single words , but when we apply the same “technique” on hebrew words, crosstians say ” show me “

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      4. Son of Muta why are you quoting a forgery book. Establish your case from Bible not a forgery book. Do you want to debate me online i challenge you impotent son of Muta. Be a man and debate me.


  2. stewjo004

    Don’t you guys love it when they argue with the Jews?

    Jews: “We changed the Torah”
    Missionaries: “No you didn’t!”

    Jews: “Rebekah was 10 there was nothing wrong with Muhammad’s marriage”
    Missionaries: “No she wasn’t!”

    Jews: “This isn’t a prophecy”
    Missionaries: “Yes it is!”

    I find the whole thing hilarious.

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  3. stewjo004

    @ QB

    Oh no doubt. Better than television. For example, Zoze thinking “Apocryphal” means “forgery”.

    @ Zoze
    A forgey is things like the “lady taken in adultery” (John 7:53-8:11) or the “ending of Mark” (Mark 16:9-20). Apocrypha is:

    “In Bible study, the term “Apocrypha” refers to sections of the Bible that are not sanctioned as belonging to certain official canons…the adjective “apocryphal” describes things like legends and anecdotes that are purported to be true by way of repeated tellings but that have never been proven or verified…”

    Now granted we can apply this to your whole text BUT these were widely believed by fellow Christians which is why you all still over 2,000 years later can’t agree what is or isn’t “inspired”. Also as a fun fact did you know Revelations also was heavily thought to be in this category and got in by the skin of its teeth?

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