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Jesus is a prophet in Islam??

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Submitted by dani (United States), Mar 22, 2006 at 22:05

I never understood this. Perhaps a Muslim can explain it to me.

How can you consider Jesus a prophet, and at the same time totally disregard his teachings. Why don't you look at your book of "Eisa" or whatever you call it. It's not in the Koran (probably for a purpose!).

Jesus calls himself God's only son. How can someone you call a prophet say something like this, which should be considered blasphemous to you? ...

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