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No debates with hypocites!

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Submitted by akbar (United States), Oct 10, 2006 at 22:03

Why are your verses always taken out of context and mine are not? I pulled those verses to only make a point to you that each verse can be taken out of context to mean something else if it is not connected to the certain point in time that it was revealed. I stated the Love of Allah verse and you still have not responded to it. (2:62).

Although, your tribal God states that he is love, he only accepts Christians in heaven. Allah is love and he accepts anyone who believes in God, the last day, and works righteousness. If Muhammad wanted just women then there was no need to place any limits on the number of women to marry. Before Islam in Arabia, a man could marry as many women as he wanted with no limit. Please study some history before you make foolish statements.

If Muhammad was self serving then the holy Quran would be mostly about him and his name would be throughout it, but his name is mentioned only about five times. Muhammad is the return of Christ. The Jesus Christ in the Bible was the word and Muhammad was the word made flesh. Stop being hypocritical in your post. If your verses can be taken out of context so can mine. The point is that there are much more immoral things in the Bible than in the holy Quran and they are not taken out of context. I know the Bible very well and I also know why the Jews purposely changed it. They made fun of all of the Prophets and the Gentiles. They created their own religion so they could get the Gentiles to worship them instead of the true God. That's why Jesus called them the children of Satan. So they crucified him, meaning they changed his doctine from it's purity to something else. The Bible talks about this, but you have to understand the symbols to get the hidden message. This is the end of my post to you.

peace

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