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Submitted by ahmad zafire (United States), Mar 17, 2006 at 20:14

jan...i'm muslim and would not think of killing anyone unless it was self defense. the koran teaches this. you said u studied the koran very carefully...did you read and understand with an open mind?. see the koran is in a lot of ways very confusing to one that dont really know arabic. as u should know that most translations dont have the same meaning. the koran speaks from the past and toward the future. so one may very well it confuse especially if one already has a bias mind to begin with.
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