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To Jack D.: No record can overrule Quran.

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Submitted by Nuray (Portugal), Dec 7, 2005 at 11:06

Dear Jack D.,

How did you reach such a conclusion ? Who can deny history? Could you ask questions by quoting what I wrote before?

Islamic historians are not untrustworthy but anyone who is unfamiliar with Islamic religion, culture and Quran should be very careful. Some historians collected oral traditions, without checking validity.

You wrote that
"man's talk with an angel which was witnessed by none? "

30 % of world population believe that God died on the cross. Is that logical?
If everybody could see angels there would be no reason to have any religion or no further discussion about God.

Nuray
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