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Battle of the Prophets

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Submitted by Guardian of Deen (United Arab Emirates), Jun 29, 2013 at 14:45

you said "namely battle of the prophets; the Jewish prophets and the Islamic Prophet. It has been so from the expulsion of Ishmael from the presence of Abraham"

It is regretful to mention something inaccurate as your above comment , as if there at any point a quarrel between what the Israelites prophets said and Prophet Muhammad said.

What you say is untrue, because in no time the message of Muhammad was different than the message of the Israelites Prophets, in fact they are similar,

It is the Israelites people who corrupted the meaning of the messages.

another point that Christian and Jews alike believed their corrupted books, but the fact is that Ishmael was never expelled from the sight of his father, Ishmael was an infant when God ordered Abraham to take Ishmael and his mother Hagar and place them near Mecca. this was a divine order. The Jews and Christians believe that Ishamel mocked his 14 years younger brother, and Sarah the most poius woman ordered Abraham to banish him and his mother.

I hope you would reason with logic, because what you say is illogical


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