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How Ironic, Are The Contradictions

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Submitted by AnneM (United States), Sep 13, 2007 at 17:31

It is so ironic considering all the contradictions the Koran has in regards to the Jews and Christians. While the Koran "accepts" as prophets, Adam, Moses, and Jesus, yet it also says do not befriend Jews or Christians or worse Jews and Christians are called all kinds of names in Islam and in its holy books. Not hard to understand why neither Jews or Christians ever accepted Muhammed as a prophet, the record speaks for itself.

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