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Submitted by Nazia (United States), Sep 16, 2005 at 01:40

Dear Don,
First when you quote the bible, please reference it. You should read your own history to understand where your version of christianity comes from. For starters, it is not What Jesus the Messiah preached , but rather what was invented at the Council of Nicae, by some pagan-just-become- priests (ask your own Christian scholars). Jesus is called Roh ullah (the Spirit of God) in the Quraan, because he was conceived in Mariam's womb, by the command of Allah not by coupling with a man - the same way Adam and Eve were created, so does that make Adam another -flesh son of God? Maybe, in fact we are all sons of God, but at the same time we are human beings, creatures of the One, the Almighty. For your info, there is no such verse in the Quraan, that the Almighty demands to kill for Him to show how much we love Him. I challenge you to show me a verse in the Quraan as you claim and to make your work easy, you can download an authorised software copy of the Quraan from www.submission.org. (don't cut & paste from some anti-Islam web pages, the wrong, mistranslated verses attributed to the Quran).

Actually, no offence, but your bible (not the original as revealed to Jesus the Messih or Moses, but the corrupted one) is full of prejudice: #1: it is not for all the human beings but for the tribe of Israel, #2 it is prejudiced against women # prejudiced against all human beings (maybe including you), but the tribe of Israel.

I Samuel 15:2,3,7,8 "Thus saith the Lord . Now go and smite Amalek, and utterly destroy all that they have, and spare them not; but slay both man and woman, infant and suckling, ox and sheep, camel and ass. . . . And Saul smote the Amalekites . . . and utterly destroyed all the people with the edge of the sword."

There are plenty of verses as above, and it will make this posting too long. True Moslems worship the One, that "no vision can encompass Him.... He is the Compassionate, the Cognizant" Quran 6:103, - not the a combination of Three that has been brought down to the level of a human being (in order to make our working easy by trying to humanize God).

For your info mutkhebrin does not mean proud, the closest word in English to describe this profound name of God is Independent, the One who does not need anything.

Peace, Nazia
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