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"What do the Islamic sources say about the Bible?"

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Submitted by Lactantius Jr. (United Kingdom), Jan 28, 2007 at 18:32

To Basimah,

You have made unpleasant and unsupported accusations against the Bible, accusations which contradict the Qur'an.

I ask you to engage with the contents of my posting of 23rd.January, and to document support for your ugly allegations of a "corrupted" and "edited" Bible, asking you why, if the Bible is good enough for Muhammad and Allah, it isn't good enough for you?

If you or your imam are unable/unwilling to do this, I ask that you apologise for your unwarranted/unsupported allegations.

With kind regards and best wishes

Lactantius Jr.

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