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The Dark Ages Continue To This Day in Islam

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Submitted by Michael Kocian (United States), Jun 27, 2007 at 19:59

It's not the Christians who rewrite history, but the Muslims. In fact, one of the most widespread versions of rewritten history and prophecy is the Koran. The Old and New Testaments were plagiarized and distorted to fit the "prophet's" account and to be a political and social document for the Ishmaelites... the illegitimate children of Abram. Only with honesty and objectivity can one see and admit this truth.

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