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Jesus Vs. Muhammad

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in response to reader comment: SURA 33.50 -- IS ALL OF 33 AS SELF-SERVING AS IT SOUNDS?

Submitted by andrasai (United States), Sep 4, 2015 at 10:48

I couldn't quite understand what this was supposed to mean, but I do agree that Muhammad seems to be all about hatred when Jesus is all about love. What Muhammad says is quite the opposite of what Jesus commands His followers to do. Muhammad is a hypocrite because he told his followers to take--at maximum--four wives and yet he himself took 11, and numerous concubines (sura 4.3)! Jesus never did anything like that.

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