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mohamed in the old testament [13 words]robert esteredileMar 14, 2009 18:05152300
1Actions speak louder than words . [155 words]Phil GreendJun 9, 2007 10:1697022
NO parallels in the Tanakh to match the debauchery and bloodlust fournd in the Koran [490 words]Dr RJPJul 28, 2006 15:3551080
At first I thought this was Tanakh bashing [21 words]RamonMay 18, 2009 10:2051080
Dependency of Muslims [60 words]VijayJul 19, 2006 17:4650226
Carl Goldberg Is Right [262 words]Harry SweeneyJul 17, 2006 13:3849926
use of "old testament" expression is passe [44 words]s. vladimerJul 17, 2006 10:3549910
1The Canadian Islamic Congress Discusses the Old Testament [106 words]pund_kamathJul 17, 2006 07:0449896
Yes, read the Koran! [357 words]Carl GoldbergJul 16, 2006 19:1849838
Well said, but..... [127 words]PDMJul 17, 2006 09:5649838
No, not the best idea [199 words]rwtwJul 19, 2006 06:3149838
Reading the Koran [232 words]Carl GoldbergJul 19, 2006 16:2649838

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