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what is common betrween The bible and Quran

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Submitted by spa (India), Feb 18, 2008 at 04:38

Sarah, what is the common point in Bible and quran? Both of them cannot be equal. Either one is wrong. You please read the version in quran about Noa, Issac,Jesus and compare it with that in Bible . What is the common point you are mentioning. Bible is full of love while quran is full of hate.

Bible says Jesus is the Son of God -quran says he is a prophet .(as per BIble ony Antichrist can say like that)

Bible prohibits all type of impure relations - quran glorifies muhammeds relationship with those poor ladies including that of his son's wife.

Bible give equal status to man and woman- quran considers woman as the propety of Man. She has no right compared to man (dont argue that quran is giving everything to women ,we seeing it on a day to day basis including that of Mukhtaran Bibi of Pakistan)..........

The common points goe like this; but I know there is no result in writing like this ; because you people are not sleeping but pretend to do so.


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