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Response to Islam the fake religion

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Submitted by Al Sencil (Philippines), May 19, 2008 at 02:30

Let's look at the two side of the coins. According to Muslims, Islam is an Arabic word which means total submission to GOD. Taking this definition as a basis, we can say that Islam is NOT A FAKE RELIGION because all the prophets (e.g. Abraham, Isaac, Esmail, Jacob, Moses, Jesus and Muhammad, Peace Be to All of Them) worship to only one God.

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