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I don't understand how the Qur'an can be Misunderstood?

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Submitted by Roqia, Sep 5, 2017 at 05:43

Islam is a very clear religion when you understand the background of the scripture. Understanding what is in the Torah, psalms and the gospels will make understanding the Qur'an extremely easy. I think people are afraid to read it because they don't really want the truth, they just want something to lay the blame on.

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