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Finding the unicorn

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Jan 5, 2006 at 10:53

The task seems as arduous as that of finding the name of Muhammad in the Bible. Muhammad himself not finding his name there declared the Bible to be fake. Shouldn't we follow his sublime example and call his Quran accordingly?

"...No holy war in the Noble Quaran? No Jerusalem in the Holy Quran? ... Freedom and tolerance for infidels based on quotes from there ?! ...Damn, some pagans and traitors of Islam changed the original message of Allah's Holy Book.
The real Quran was quite different! It had both the explicit name of the holy war and Jerusalem was mentioned at least one hundred times! ...

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