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Submitted by Emy (Egypt), Oct 7, 2008 at 18:54

before anyone forms an opinion or reach a conclusion, thorough study & analysis must be made first. but the most important think is to consider the relaiabilty of the sources of your data & knowledge. we all need to know more about qur'an from muslims professors as i beleive they r the best to explain it & to avoid misintrepretations as assuming that this book calls for killing all non muslims!!!

how can an "illiterate man" as the qur'an describes muhamed make up a religion!! you need to give it another thought after good search from unbiased resources


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