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Reader comment on item: Destroying Sculptures of Muhammad
in response to reader comment: burning Quran

Submitted by B. Williame (Belgium), Mar 28, 2008 at 04:53

"The large stone is the first house of worship built by man to worship one and only one god.The god of Abraham, moses,Jesus and Mohammad PB on them all.It was built by Abraham PBU.

In regards to burning the Quran.Why would you want to do that?You don't see muslims burning any Bibles or Torah!"

I don't think I've seen them burm theirs as I don't think they have any in the first place, perhaps after pillaging a book store?

That that stone is a house of worship, hum, ok ,but claiming it to be the first one???

I mean, Stone Henge is much older....

The mountain where the 10 Commandments where carved, THIS ONE you should better walk rounds around as It has at least some significance....

THE 10 COMMANDMENTS I think could be seen as the only true law given by GOD to men.

But after all this, your reaction tells me but one thing. That stone is but a monument, an idol.

Doesn't your religion tell you to remove Idols?

Submitting....

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