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A very interesting point of view.

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Submitted by Yaya (France), Jan 26, 2007 at 08:17

I have jut read the thesis of french author Edouard Marie-Gallez "Le Messie et son proph├Ęte", which summarised rigorously all what is know with certainty about Muhammad and the rise of Islam.

This book begin with the fall of Jerusalem (70 A.C.), then follow the judeo-nazarenien sect till Arabia and the influence it had on Muhammad; It show that the first muslims (proto-muslims) who took Jerusalem began to build... a new Temple (and not a Mosqee).

A must read book that will have a great impact for the futur understanding of Islam, I presume.

I suggest this link : http://www.lemessieetsonprophete.com/annexes/presentation-en.htm

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