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Submitted by Bill Whitfield (Austria), Oct 17, 2009 at 05:37

Mohamed may not have written the Koran but that does not take away the fact that Mohamed heard the words that were "supposedly" spoken in the darkness of a cave. What kind of so-called "god" speaks from darkness? My God, the Christian God, is a God of Love and Light! The Islamic enity is one of Darkness and Death. When people state that the Christian and Islamic Enities are one and the same, I have to say, NO! My true God does not condone the sickness that is apparent in Islam, only Satan could do that. It is true when muslims state that their so-called "god" is god of this world, even the Christian Bible states that the god of the world is Satan. So, at least in that area, Muslims speak the truth. I could care less if the Koran is banned elsewhere, but in America, a land founded on Christian principles, it certainly should be banned! If someone wants to worship Satan, they should move to Iran or one of the muslim countries.


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