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To Richard Lion heart: what Koran are you reading from?

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Submitted by Housni (Sri Lanka), Nov 23, 2008 at 13:03

Richard Lion heart, where have you taken your quotes from? I'm looking at the Quran right now, where you quote "boys", the Quran quotes "youths". "Youth" doesn't have a set gender. A young girl can be a "youth". Your grandfather might even call a 25 year old lady a "youth". You lose credibility when you misquote something in order to make your argument seem more plausible. I hope you will see the truth about Islam one day :) Peace.

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