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Violent torah

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in response to reader comment: Torah offers more violence than Quran

Submitted by btilly (United States), Sep 6, 2010 at 07:48

The Torah was for one people, the Jews and the alien residents who chose to live under the Mosaic Law. Arabs traded with Jews not own Israel.

The Quran tells Muslims to kill everyone till the end of the world.8:39. Nowhere did the God of the Bible tell Jews nor gentiles to kill to force people to be Jewisj or Christians. Arabs were around since Joktan, a grandson of Shem. NO WAY COULD ALLAH OF ISLAM BE ALLAH OF THE BIBLE.ALLAH OF THE BIBLE HAS A NAME. ALLAH OF ISLAM DOES NOT.aLLAH OF iSLAM DECEIVED THE WORLD.

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