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Muslim's attitude toward other prophets

Reader comment on item: Cartoons and Islamic Imperialism
in response to reader comment: Muslims never talk ill of any prophets

Submitted by Richard Snell (United States), Feb 7, 2006 at 14:59

Perhaps Mr. Abd_abdal is technically correct in saying that Muslims do not speak ill of other prophets (although there are certainly exceptions if what he says is a general rule). But they have stomped on the Christian cross emblazoned on the Danish flag, and burned it --- repeatedly and in absolute rage. In all countries led by the Muslim clerics, Christians-- and Christianity--are under intense persecution and restriction. In no way can Islam hold its own in an ongoing exposure of both it and true BIBLICAL Christianity to historical scrutiny.

What is needed is extensive carefully monitored debate, on the academic level, of the historical backgrounds, stated aims and FRUITS of Islam and biblical Christianity. By biblical Christianity, I mean Christianity as revealed in the Bible, not Catholic or Protestant "Christianity."

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