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Are you feeling OK Sir?

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Submitted by Amin Razaque (United Kingdom), Jan 27, 2009 at 17:34

What are you on about - are you feeling ok Mister?

1 - There is a difference bettwen the Bible that you have - and what the Holy Quran mentions. If if it were like you said - ther would be no Islam. Obviously. Laough Out Loud.

2 - Sahi Bukhari - is a collection of Hadith - A Hadith is saying of Prophet Muhammad. Sahih of Bukhari traces its origin on earlier sources - which too are book of Hadith and its traces its origin right back to the source. Anyway Muslims accept that Hadith can have mistake and are open to it. Holy Quran though is viewed differently.

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