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Ahmad, is partly correct

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Submitted by Infidel (Canada), Mar 5, 2008 at 20:30

Ahmad is partly correct. Muslims probably do not burn Bibles and the Torah, they simply forbid Christians from bringing them into Muslim countries. If you doubt, then bring a Bible into Saudi Arabia. Secondly, Ahmad is incorrect, for there is no evidence or has there ever been, that Abraham visited Mecca. And Abraham, Moses and Jesus never worshiped Allah nor do their writings agree with the Qur'an.

Thirdly, the Ka'aba, where Allah resides, was a home to 360 gods. Muhammad threw out 359 gods and allowed Allah (the meteorite) to continue living in the Ka'aba. Fourthly, I don't believe in burning the Qur'an, instead I read it, which may explain why I understand Islam and the Qur'an and why I have 3 different copies in my possession, and I've read all 3.

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