Marc S - You said that Florence Mraizika, author of Le Coran décréé, was in Gallez's camp, affirming the Nazorean thesis. But I don't think that is the case. Just like Luxenberg, she thinks that the Quran affirmed the Trinity, or at least the Divinity of Jesus, and that this belief was subsequently changed at the hands of later redactors by tampering with the manuscripts. She gives as an example an instance were the word “Mary” was (allegedly) added after the word “son” as to make it “Son of Mary” instead of “son”. What do you and the other guys think?
I said she belongs to his galaxy. Actually she is closer to a guy called Odon Lafontaine who worked with Gallez to produce a summary of Gallez's thesis that was made available for free on the internet and helped spreading Gallez's assumptions on islam.
I agree with you that what she implies with that addition of Mary after son differs from Gallez's view. In her book, she quotes Inarah, and Luxemberg a lot, and re-reading her book right now, I find it much more interesting when I read it the first time. She, for example, makes the assumptions that Muhammad comes from a group of arabs living in the kingdom of Himyar.