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Submitted by nicole (Bahamas), Nov 9, 2009 at 02:28

those verses speak about people trying to turn you away from god that you should kill them but that was back in the old testament which basically is the same books found in the torah which the jews still use today . christians basically live the way of the new testament which teaches you to love thy enemy now in the quran they say death to all infidels which is any one who doesnt follow prophet muhammod which is one is worse some one killing you because youre trying to convince them to follow your religion, or some one killing just because you dont follow their religion. think about that

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