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Does not display fruitage of true religion

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Submitted by P Sch (United Kingdom), Oct 22, 2006 at 11:56

Islam has no scriptural basis. It is not in harmony with bible and like most major religions preaches lies such as hell fire, imortality of the soul etc. Show me a Muslim who can prove to me or themselves for that matter their beliefs from the Koran. None! It is dangerous and man made. Part of Babylon the great like the majority of Christendom.

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