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But Jesus doesn't kill any one.

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Submitted by John Godfrey (India), Oct 24, 2008 at 08:17

Hi,

I agree with you that Christians were made a lot of cruelty to the mankind. But I want to tell you one thing that Jesus Christ was dislike to commit a sin or kill anyone. If we look in to the life of Prophet Mohammed, he killed, lead the war against innocent people and robbed them. And he was aware the beheading of the people who oppose him. Prophet from the God would not be like that.

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