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Very Big Differences Between Bible And Koran

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Submitted by AnneM (United States), Sep 9, 2006 at 19:52

Would it suprise you that there are differences between the Bible and Koran. The differences are that in the Bible any violent actions were one time events only, and serve to remind the Jew or the Christian on what not to do. The Koran has passages on jihad that do not have a time limit and the jihad violence that we see is proof.

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