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Koran versus the Bible

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Submitted by skeptic (United Kingdom), Sep 13, 2010 at 17:51

"The true message of God is ONE: 10 commandments and 613 Holy laws as ways of life, which are in total contradiction with the Quoran not just in letter, but in spirit. In the Bible is written an eternal obligation of true believers in God: Deuteronomy 4:2"

But the Koran says the Jews falsified their scriptures. Hence the Islamic vilification of Jews and the claim that Islam is the one true religion.

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