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in response to reader comment: "Which Bible books, which Temple?"

Submitted by sTs (United Arab Emirates), Dec 4, 2008 at 11:11

I come now to your comment about the Bible. and about Jerusalem and and about the picture in the link.

The bible is made of number of books, catholics have different number of books.

I count 56 books in the KJV bible. Do you consider these books are the words of God?

are Mark, Luke, John, Matthew (Are they) prophets of God, and God revealed his words to them????

what about the others in the remaining 52 books are they all revealed by God prophets. Are all of them prophets.

what I can dispute and argue with you with great confidence that these books are not the words of God.

but there are traces of the words of God to Moses, Jesus, David and some others, but not all of them

The Quran is - 100% God's words

Mohammad did not visit any temple, the ground was flat with no construction on top it. Al-Aqsa Mosque was built after the Kabaa by 40 years

Prophet Muhammad told his followers that the first house ever built on this earth was the Kabaa and the Aqsa Mosque was built after it by 40 years. then Abraham was ordered to rebuild the Kabaa after its destruction.

Prophet Muhammad was named the truthful, the honest before becoming a Prophet, people would believe anything he says because they know he is honey and they would entrust him with their money and material things because they know he is honest and trustworthy.

When Archangel came to him to inform him that he was God's Prophet, he started preaching secretly among his close family and relatives, then one day when he was ordered to preach openly, he gather Quraysh and asked them, "If I say to you that a great army is behind this mountain coming to attack you, would you believe me?" they said yes we believe you , you are the honest, the truthful one, he said then I want to declare to you that I am God's Messenger to give you glad news and was ordered to inform you to worship the one and only God. - I brought this story to show you what his people thought of Prophet Muhammad.

Then when was taken to Al-Aqsa Mosque - Prophet Muhammad said that it was in Bayt Al Maqdis - and everyone know what is Bayt Al-Maqdis is - they did not believe him that he could go in one night to Jerusalem and come back - so to put him into test, they asked him to describe Jerusalem, a city that he never visited in his entire life. - The people who know Jerusalem believed him, because he was able to describe it very well, and he even told them about the caravans on their way to Mecca and when they will reach.

Prophet Muhammad said that "Pilgramage are only to three shrine, The Masjid Haram (Kabaa), my Masjid (in Medina) and the Masjid Al-Aqsa (Al-Quds) - everyone know were is Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Prophet Muhammad said that their will be among my people who will fight until the end of times"; his companions asked whom are those O Prophet, are those us?"; He said "No, those in Jerusalem and around Jerusalem"

We come to the picture, clearly all archeological sites including the Jewish and Christians will look the same as in the picture. also to renovate a place needs money, and at that time there was no money with the Arabs and they had no oil, and the British colonial rule neglected the shrines and did not provide with financial support to renovate, decorate the area. once the Arabs had independance and once the Arabs had oil and became rich, Look how The Mosque that was once put on fire by the Jews looks like. a master piece, marvelled with Islamic architecture, supreme to the western architects, Grand, majestic as it looks with colors, unlike the black and white old picture

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