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KEITH Muhammad was no prophet

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Submitted by btilly (United States), Feb 19, 2009 at 10:35

A prophet is prophetic and tells future things re: God's dealings with people. Everything Muhammad said was either not true or stolen from the Torah, Talmud, ot, and the NT and pagan Sabeans tales.

Muhammad said Allah turned the Jews into rats for not observing the Sabbath. Was Jesus turned into a rat because he refused to observe the Jewish Sabbath. ARE MUSLIMS NOW CALLING JESUS A JEWISH RAT?

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