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Book - El Quran

From: David
Sent on: Sunday, January 27, 2013 4:29 PM
How many people are interested in reviewing the Quran as literature? Several of us have read it and it would be an interesting discussion. If that one goes over, there are several others that may be of interest such as the Pentateuch; we have several people who are much more knowledgeable than myself. A Hindu book may also be interesting, though Hindus don't have one book as their holy book.

Also, we are trying to hold the meetups at different restaurants - quiet side area, different parts of town, good food etc. We held the last one at Longbranch at Metcalf and 91st. There was a game between Kansas (?) and Kansas (?) and Kansas (?) won. We did find a fairly quiet part of the restaurant, but it could have been quieter.


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