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To John M: Non-Muslims needs to digest Quran first, hadith comes next. Nothing can overrule Quran.

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Submitted by Nuray (Portugal), Jan 23, 2006 at 15:38

To John M,

I don't how you reached such an conclusion that I denied history of Islam... I am proud of my culture and religion as every Muslim. I have chosen Quran to increase understanding between Muslims and non-Muslims. Quran was not translated into other languages for many centuries to deceive non-Muslims about Islam. That's why I have chosen Quran to educate non-Muslims about Islam.

Nothing can overrule Quran. Wrongdoers even if they claim that they do it for the sake of Islam are to be corrected sooner or later.

Are you criticizing our messenger by saying that "one man who claimed talking to angels and claimed visiting Allah on a winged horse without a single witness"? Jews claims that Moses himself talked to God. Who was the witness? How about fake story of Christians they claim that they killed a man on the cross and then declared him a God? If someone accepts that His creatures could kill a God he/she could believe anything. Typical another version Hellenistic of male God worshipping.

Tomorrow test your ability to brainwash others to do anything for you. You could tell them you visited Mars or any other planet. Show them a picture, as well. It is possible with any digital picturing programming. What do you think they would do for you? You might give powerful political figure as examples but Muhammed, peace upon him, was not the president of first Islamic state when He was chosen as a messenger. The followers of him changed their life styles. They shared their wealth with others. This shows us they were true believer not brainwashed people. Being a brainwashed is a temporary state of a behaviour. Our messengers and his followers opened the gate through a marvelous civilization, Islam.

It seems that you don't read any historical books yet. Otherwise you wouldn't describe the founders of civilizations as a criminals, as if you are describing an ordinary media news to your friends. What a vocabulary. Never mind, learning is a continious process.

Nuray
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