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Submitted by SAMEER (United Arab Emirates), Jul 8, 2009 at 12:53

hi ,slater , i would like to inform you that islam is the only religion which belives in the books like Bible , Torah so there is no doubt they we are very open to read these books and understand them , but the unfortunate thing is that these books have been changed so much by humans that the word of men is more than the word of God in these books . so, we can't figure out what is from god and what is from men , however , The holy Quran is the only book which is still as same as 1400 yrs ago .....

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