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Test for prophecy

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Submitted by Nuray (Portugal), Feb 3, 2006 at 10:14

Christians claims that Muhammed, peace upon him, was a false prophet because he fails the test. This means that Christians have a test to judge the prophecy of a person. If there is test there should be some candidates. That also means that Jesus is not the only way to God of Abraham. That's perfectly clear. At the same time Christianity failed to record the existence of a new messenger who became the founder of the great civilization Islam. What a shame for their chosen or voted saints. What kind of saints are they? No ability to see or predict the future. However, We Muslims don't have such kind of test because Allah says Muhammed, peace upon him, is the last messenger. Until now, history hasn't record any messenger since the death of Muhammed, peace upon him. History itself proves that he is last and great messenger of God of Abraham. Ignorant Christians can continue deceive themselves with refuted tests if they wish. But the reality is something different.

Birth places of all messenger of God of Abraham have been massively dominated by Muslims. This is nothing but the will of God of Abraham Allah.


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