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in response to reader comment: susan lol!!!!

Submitted by susan (Italy), Oct 14, 2007 at 16:33

"NO!!! you do have a point but your understanding is wrong. The koran speaks of the people of the book and uses christians and jews. But it also means people or faiths in general that praise God and seek enlightenment. This include hindu,budist even atheist because they are people who are looking for answers and therefore seek for knowledge to understand and until they find it they will not believe in God or heaven. but the fact is that they are searching."

this is totally bogus. your quote doesn't mention hindus, buddhists or atheists who are called infidels all over your book

if your koran wanted to include other faiths, he could have. didn't you say that your koran is perfect and knows everything?

well zoroastrians, buddhists and hindus existed before your koran was even thought. Therefore either your book is wrong or it simply doesn't talk about them.

You are making up false stories about everything to try to dress up a cult. ...


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