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Jerusalem not mentioned in the Qur'an

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Submitted by Roy Mason (Australia), Oct 1, 2009 at 06:43

How can the Muslims claim Jerusalem as their own when this Holy city is not even mentioned in the Q'uran.

People who wrote the Qu'ran mixed the old testament and the new testament together with their own invented story to suit their own polital agenda. Those people had changed many things that Moses had written in the first five books of the old testament and had included those lies in the Qu'ran to make it look as facts. Those people has also changed many stories that the prophets had written in the old and new testament.

One example of their deceit describe that Ishmael was blessed by Abraham and that God tested his faith by ordering him to sacrifice his son (Ishmael). Moses in fact had written that Isaac was blessed by Abraham and when God asked him to sacrifice his son (Isaac), Ishmael had long been banished together with his mother Hagar from the tribe by Abraham himself. Please read the story in the book of Moses.

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