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Muslims' Belief in Jesus christ..

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?

Submitted by Another one (Egypt), Feb 20, 2006 at 07:47

In order to show up some clear facts about our religion,i feel it would be ashame to leave the
issue hanged up like this..so god help me to change up your look to us..
back at his days"Muhammad" PBUH...he didn't quit on his ppl though was humiliated more than he's being now,he got hurt badly by "quraish"and he was forced to leave his homeland..but he never gave up to his holy mission till the day he died..

I will take the same path,hopefully someone out there just acknowledge our religion..and stop
insulting it..i swear i wont ask for more...
"In the name of Allah, most Gracious, most Merciful." i begin..

What Do Muslims Believe about Jesus?

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http://www.bestandworst.com/pages/vote/vote-7609.html (Scroll down on left menu bar)

if anybody in here a bit interested to know more about the conflict between the 2 religions Islam and christianity for the sake of knowledge only and without any misbehaving acts, or outraging notes,i'll gladly answer more..
I will check out the site regularly in order to see comments and your replies about it...

peace be upon you all..muslims & non muslims..

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