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Islam and Christanity

Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: Why Christians hate Muslims.....

Submitted by Imran (Pakistan), Jan 3, 2009 at 13:40

As we all are aware that it is mentioned in holly books that Jews and Christians recognise Holy Propht Muhammad (SAW) as well they knows their family members. Such prediction are mentioned in old testiment and the Bible. What you know about islam? nothing. Do u know islam is only non christain relegion in which no muslim is a muslim un till he do not beleive on holy Prpophet Jesus (May Peace be upon him). Do u know Muslims beleive that the Holy Prophet Jesus was born in Marriculas birth. yes we belive. even todays modern christains not beleive. Muslims beleive holy Prophet Jesus was Christ. He healed the ills. with GOD Permission. He give light to Blinds with GOD Permission. Yes Muslims Belive. Muslims Beleive that Holy Prophet Jesus will come again. So what you know about Islam? Just study and decide not blindly believe on media


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