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Thank you!....but as you said i feel the same from a muslim point of veiw.

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Submitted by ahmadzafire (United States), Dec 26, 2006 at 21:46

As a muslim i believe in the Torah,bible and the Koran and believe all are true. But through times we have no one else to blame but our own races as human beings. Each man has his or her own perception of what the scriptures are, therefore we have division in our own faiths. G-d made us all the same and chosen some for very precise reasons but man's ego took advantage and ran wild. Therefore we have all these differences with faith and difference in each of our own religion. Just look at life, all jews dont live and act the same nor for christians acts as all christians, and the same for muslims. We all live the way we think the scrpitures allow us to. Everyone is different in mind,body and soul.

If we should change the world for the better it's going to take the good hearted people in each faith to confront the evil ones..just my thoughts. again thanks for the information...peace!


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