"This is Truth" was the name of a video that was edited from a big con job from the 1980s in which Islamic clerics invited western scientists into coming to the Middle East to be interviewed, so that pieces of their interviews could be taken out of context to give the appearance that they believed Muhammad was divinely inspired. No wonder Muslims aren't quoting scientists confirming the so-called "miracles" of the Quran from any more recently than in the 1980s. They can't because they couldn't find any back then either. It's all one big fat lie. But then in these times there seems to be no limit to the extent that Muhammad's followers employ taqiyyah.http://thisistruth.org
William W Hay was hoodwinked into participating, and then partially quoted fraudulently, to create the phony impression that he thought the Quran contained scientific miracles. After having been so sorely used and abused he realized the whole intent of bringing him to Saudi Arabia was to produce phony confirmation by scientists:
"What do you think was the real purpose of this event"
Dr. Hey: "Well, as I say we thought it was to help make it easier for scientists to operate in the Muslim world."
Dr. Hey: "But clearly I think in retrospect it is to try to recruit people for the Muslim ... for Islam."
Dr. Hey: "Uhhh I hate to say it, but under false pretenses."http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9z73PMJ8AT0