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Reader comment on item: Pope Benedict XVI and the Koran
in response to reader comment: Tariq quotes the Bible and believes what it says inspite of the fact that his Allah says it is corrupted therefore he is not a Muslim anymore ya ayuha al-Faylasoof al-sagheer inta jahil

Submitted by Ibrahim (Egypt), Dec 16, 2010 at 04:03

I agree that the Quran mentions that the Torah and Bible were infilterated and corrupted, yet the Quran also refers to the jews and christians "people of the book" acknowledging Moses and Jesus as prophets. The infilteration of many parts of those books never meant it was all corrupted as there are stories similar in the Quran, Bible & Torah, and more importantly to speak with someone like you who apparently believes in the Old and or New Testament one might quote from those books if he is debating something with u. Example when Obama believed and quoted verses from the quran about peace and dealing with non-muslims, it never meant that he became a muslim!!! Enta el faylasoof wel jahil wel a3ma eli mesh fahem en rabena akbar menak w men feloos america w israel eli alabo rasak w albak men el sedq.

Teheb akalemak ana bel araby (do u want me to speak in arabic if ur english isnt good, or ur arabic is bad as well?!)


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