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Attention dr. RJP

Reader comment on item: The Pentagon Looks at the Koran
in response to reader comment: Answer to Henrik: "Whatever they take out of context from the Koran that sounds good...."

Submitted by Ephraim Bielefeldt (Denmark), Oct 4, 2006 at 09:09

Dr. RJP wrote:

"Early in his career, Mohammed did try to win Jews over as converts with a "nice guy approach" by pointing to the Koran and saying, "See, this book is just like your Torah and I am a prophet just like your Moses."

I agree with most of what you write, but have never heard of that one before. Care to give us some references?

Ephraim (Tel Aviv)

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