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Islam and Yum Kippur

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Submitted by Shamsuddine (Saudi Arabia), Aug 11, 2011 at 08:48

To ira...(and his comment above on 7 oct 2006)... For mere anecdotal purposes I want to remind you of the well-known story of Prophet Mohamed passing by a Jewish community and being told that they were fasting on that day in honour of their Prophet , Moses. Prophet Mohamed then vowed that the follwing year and thereafter He would fast for two days on that occasion, for Moses is as much venerated in Islam, as one of God's Prophets to mankind, as in Judaism, if not more.,

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