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The lesson for today and Q5:32 again

Reader comment on item: Arguing over "Can Islam Be Reformed?"
in response to reader comment: The true Islam

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 13, 2013 at 08:35

Our dera GoD does not realize that we have been thorugh this before

The message of Islam and Prophet Muhammad is to save humanity, God says in the Holy Quran"whoever kills one soul as if he killed the whole humanity, and whoever revives a soul as if he revived the whole humanity

Here we go again what our dear GoD did not tell us is that Allah is talking about the Jews and it has nothing to do with Muslims or Islam and here we go

This is the introductory clause to the verse that you did not include and I wonder why!

كتبنا على بني اسراءيل

Or we wrote (read this as ordained) for the children of Israel

You see you were either unaware that this verse addresses the Jews or you were hoping that we kuffar do not know? so which one is it? Ignorant or and you must pardon me a liar?

To add insult to injury the author of the Qur'an plagiarized it from

"He who saves one life... it is as if he saves an entire universe. He who destroys a life... it is as if he destroys an entire universe" TALMUD - Sanhedrin 4:5

Now it is your turn to make a fool of yourself again


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