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Fatima: Are Bukhari, Ibn Ishaq and Muhammad real Muslims?

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Submitted by Plato (India), Apr 15, 2008 at 22:32

When you study about Christianity do you make sure that only believing Christians are your sources? They will claim that Jesus is the son of god. They will claim that Jesus was resurrected after he was crucified. Are you prepared to believe all that?

Will you accept Bukhari as a real Muslim, or Ibn Ishaq, or Muhammad the rasool?

I quote from Bukhari, Ibn Ishaq, and Muhammad alias Allah.

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Plato

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