I have read it too that Hajjaj added diacritical marks, but then again it is one of the many Islamic traditions that is not to be trusted. There are many unanswered questions concerning the Koran which makes my suspecion even stronger because I have been conducting some research. How did the Koran orignate? Where did it come from, and when did it first appear? How was it first written? In what kind of language was it written? How was it transmitted from one generation to another especially in its early years? How and by whom was it codified? These questions need to be answered but it seems no has any answers. The whole damn thing is shroudded in mystrey.<quoted text>
I read that. If you know who added, then tell me. As I said, it was done for the convenience of others.
Sana manuscripts were scraps and stuff and it was and still is common practice to bury torn and tattered pages of Qur'aan. There is no such thing as Sana Qur'aan. Puin never had a complete "Sana Qur'aan".
I have already told you that the ignorant fool finally admitted that it was only the writing style that mattered.
Read history, deliberate and think what appears to make sense and what does not.
Islam is forced to be constantly on the attack because it cannot defend itself. Islam cannot withstand objective scrutiny of its holy scripture and history. The idea that the Koran is the word of god is totally unsupported. Mohamadan scholars are more intent on creating history than examining it. We dont even know if there was a prototype of the Koran from which it was derived. It could be that the Koran was pieced together with disparate materials. The very word "Quran" is derived from Syriac qeryana "recitation, liturgy".
If Puin is an ass&ole, why have the Yemani authorities prevented further research of those manuscripts?