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To Bob: Muhammed, peace upon him, is a prophet in a court of law of Allah

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Submitted by Nuray (Portugal), Jan 24, 2006 at 16:27

Dear Bob,

There is a misunderstanding here. A court can decide whether a person lived or not. Because this is a physical concept. But prophecy is not something to be discussed in courts. This is about belief not concrete scientific facts.

I don't think Islam will be banned anywhere at any time. Super powers never take such decisions. They always calculate balance between religions. At the same time secular governments can't put religious pressure on its own citizens. They can bring some restricted rules, like not to wear headscarf, on public places. No need to get much excited about collection of signatures.

That no-Islamic website deceive ignorant Christian readers with misleading information. Their comment are ridiculous. They should be banned on the web. They don't work world peace but increase division among religious people. This is very very dangerous.

Let me give you very annoying news for you. Some rich countries has started to give scholarships on social sciences and art for Muslim students to understand Islam. Do you see how wise western politicians deal with Islam?

Nuray
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