What was found in this 7th century Quran?

WHAT WAS JUST FOUND IN THIS 7TH CENTURY-OLD QURAN HAS ISLAMISTS PANICKING:

I thought he said and did everything first? These may not have been written by Muhammad after all.

Quran Find Prophet Muhammad

A dusty old Quran tucked away the University of Birmingham library has been holding onto a mystery for centuries, and what was just unearthed could shake the religion of Islam straight to its depraved core. Contained within the seventh century-old Quran, were the fragmented remains of a script written on animal hides, which turned out to be Suras, chapters 18-20 of their religious book. The find has Muslim leaders really disturbed, since these archaic texts pre-date their prophet Muhammad. The scripts are thought to date back to 568AD and 645AD, meaning everything handed down from their prophet came afterwards, proving that the prophet Muhammad’s directives to his followers were fabricated simply for his own personal sick and twisted political agenda. According to historian Tom Holland, the historic find “destabilizes, to put it mildly, the idea that we can know anything with certainty about how the Quran emerged — and that in turn has implications for the history of Muhammad and the Companions.” Another scholar, Keith Small explained that this find could absolutely be devastating to Islam:

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