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Muhammed's alter ego?

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Submitted by Linda Haslam (United States), Jul 12, 2007 at 11:29

I have read several theories concerning the origin of Islam; including Satanic possession. The Koran is full of threatening messages supposedly revealed to Muhammed by Allah. However, it (Koran) also uses the pronouns "we" and "us"--often changing from "second person" to "first person" within the same verse. I can find no explaination for "we" other then Allah and Muhammed. How can this be if Allah is the "one God?" Perhaps a pyschological workup of Muhammed would be most enlightening.

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