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What are you talking about? Islam forever

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Submitted by ahmed (United States), Aug 6, 2008 at 11:13

We muslims won't change the Quran as you did to books. That's why Quran said that much of those books was written by men and that's why they contradict with science.

Islam does not teach vioence and there no verse in the Holy Quran that promotes violence or hatred. Don't read the verses out of context! You will be able to ban Quran only when your pigs can fly.

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