Are you trying to tell me that if someone was killed or died of unnatural causes they would leave them to rot on the shore?
What?? LOL! Where did you get that idea from? I'm afraid to say, that you really didn't understand what we have been talking about all along or perhaps not properly following through?
Read the points carefully again please, specially the last paragraph which is the main concern:
If it wasn't for the research already done, I wouldn't have provided you with the link (and other links within it) where members debated this issue. Besides, I doubt that you read or understood it thoroughly. Anyhow, here are some points to ponder and do your own research:
1. Merenptah is not Firaun.
2. Merenptah died a NATURAL DEATH at an OLD AGE.
3. Merenptah was mummified just like any other. In historic times, it was a sacred burial custom to do so.
4. There are abundance of mummified Pharoah found from various regions of the world that lived even long before Moses's time.
5. Animal mummies have also been found.
6. Did Allah forget to mention Merenptah in the Quran?
7. The story of sea splitting apart by a stick is ludicrous and simply a myth.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merenptahhttp://www.touregypt.net/featurestories/merenptah.htmhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mummieshttp://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2004/09/0915_040915_petmummies.html
Now then, did Firaun and his soldiers got washed away in sea or were they preserved by their people, has yet to be answered? A clear contradiction. Besides, the repetitious story of Moses spread throughout the Quran is very inconsistent. This only tells me and as accurately as per Quranic compilation history and as well as 80:15, that the Quran is a collection of stories by several people put together.