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Muslims do not suddenly start to believe in Jesus. Misguided Christians' wishful thinking.

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Submitted by David (Israel), Jul 20, 2021 at 08:52

I seriously doubt that any Muslim "has come to faith in Jesus Christ". That they switched their official religion, probably for some practical reasons, - yes, I can believe these stats. They are of course entitled to do so if they want.

But suddenly starting to believe in Jesus Christ? Extremely unlikely. Probably a wishful thinking of some misguided Christians.

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