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Moses is like Muhammad?

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Submitted by jennifer solis (United States), May 23, 2008 at 02:15

You write,

"Moses is like Mohammed in all aspects of life."

Really? Mohammed was born a Hebrew? He led the Jews out of Egypt? He parted the Red Sea? His people decided to worship the Golden Calf? His people rejected the message he brought from God? He hit a rock instead of just tapping it? He married an Ethiopian?

Come now, explain how was Mohammed like Moses in "all aspects of life".

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