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No LOVE in Koran

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Submitted by Reza (United States), Mar 18, 2007 at 17:22

Just the title you have chosen tells me that you have never seen a koran, let alone having read one.
For your information koran has 114 Surats, so 114 times(One surat does not have that starting phrase, instead another surat has a double starting phrase.) you will read a starting phrase that reminds you that "God is most merciful and most great. You can definitely find the word "love" or its synonyms all over the Koran. All you have to do is open your eyes, and long before that open your heart. Make sure you do not touch the book unless you are clean. Koran is not for the unclean people.

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