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Muslims honor all Prophets?

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Submitted by Kattey (United States), Mar 13, 2008 at 16:54

Muslims honor only themselves.

Abraham did not go to war with other people to get converts or take land. He defended himself when he had to, but he was not a man of war. From reading the Bible I see that Abraham was a very kind, fair, holyman, who spoke frequently with God.

Moses took the laws from the Lord our God that are the Ten Commandments. They say: Do not kill. Do not steal. Do not disrespect your neighbors. Muslims believe the opposite.

Jesus said treat other people the way you want to be treated. Love your neighbor. Muslims ignore similar passages in the Quran.

The Quran says to incorporate the beliefs of the Jewish Old Testament and the Christian New Testrament into your beliefs. You don't.

It's my belief that human hands changed verses in the Quran after Allah told them to Mohammed.. These hands turned verses of love into verses of hate. It's also my belief that the Haddiths are made up. Why aren't you and other Muslims delving into these questions to research them?

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