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Muhammad is in trouble

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Submitted by Richard the Lion heart (United States), Feb 8, 2006 at 13:31

You said Christianity was forced on Africans back in slavery days, however that's not true. Although Africans were exposed to Christianity, the development of the black church was not influenced by whites. As a result, the black church became the symbol of black resistance to slavery and a starting point for the civil rights movement.

Islam on the other hand was spread by the sword, not through missionary work. And according to what you said, Muhammad will be punish.
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