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Jesus Christ is in Quran also. Why islam people dont consider his teachings!

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Submitted by Maanford Wesley (United States), Mar 1, 2011 at 05:49

why the muslims not accepting Jesus as the prophet? If they accepting means, why dont they follow Lord's teachings? Since the quran tells that Jesus is the prophet, as like Moses. If though, why dont most of the muslims dont know that Jesus Christ is been told in quran also.? This is a great failure people. Please repent!

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