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how can muslims say this about other religions?

Reader comment on item: [Pew Poll on] How Muslims Think
in response to reader comment: Reply to: dhimmi no more

Submitted by anti-jihadi (India), Nov 29, 2006 at 11:56

...They always argue that the earlier revelations, Old and New testaments were corrupted, added on by later men, and the Unholy quran is uncorrupted word of God. I am not christain, or jew for that matter. But who are they muslims to disparage other people's holy books. The charge they usually give is there are different "versions" of the bible in different parts of the world. So it is not true word of god. Oh Really??? The unholy quran is the ONLY true uncorrupted word of god which is the same all over the world. The original is in arabic.

Try this. The hindu holy book the Bhagwadgeeta, is the same book written in antiquity. About 5000 years ago. It was 'revealed' by Lord krishna to Arjuna on the battlefied of kurukshetra. It is the same all over the world, no different "versions" the original is in Sanskrit. Now by the stupid Islamic standards can you accept that the Geeta is the real word of God?

Why cant these muslim fanatics accept that religion is a very personal issue, who are they to tell others that they are wrong????


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