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Submitted by Harry (United Kingdom), Jun 4, 2010 at 04:28

Hi Let's think about something here it's very easy to attack a book 1400 years later and for Muslims 600 odd years after Jesus walked the earth That is like me saying that King Henry the 8th only had one wife when all of English history says he had 6 he lived hundreds of years ago in Britian. the Koran says the no one can change the words of God and the Torah and the Gospels are said to the word of God so we have a problem Nowhere does the koran say the bible has been changed maybe in the way that people speak to fool others .

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