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in response to reader comment: Very Big Differences Between Bible And Koran

Submitted by ahmad zafire (United States), Sep 11, 2006 at 02:12

No!! because the koran speaks for all mankind. Not that its good but war and jihad(struggle)...This been going on since the begining of man because of differences. But even though the koran speaks of violence, many of the verses are from the times ofthe prophet(pbuh) when he was forced to fight the meccan and people of medina. Many christians and jews confuse these verses with the ones about jews and christians. What people dont see or want to see is the truth. The koran speaks of wrong doing because man has done wrong things in the past,present and will in the future. It talks about war,betrayal,love,life everything that involves mankind.

The bible tells stories for the most part with the NT about jesus(pbuh) but misses out that everything wasnt holy or good. Thats the way christians preceive jesus(pbuh) as a man with no emotion never upset,angry etc. so the christian faith is based on being humble in a way that most cant see that it is almost impossible to be without these very feelings that make us human. but yet many will claim christanity and christians are non - voilent people but fact and history prove otherwise.

As human beings we all are guilty of wrong doing and sins at times but its up to that person to ask for G-d to forgive them and never repeat the negative path. There are very good and respectful jews,christians and muslims in this world. But lets not forget there are just as many bad ones too.


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