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Difference between essa and Jesus

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Submitted by John (Pakistan), Jan 9, 2007 at 06:37

Dear Ibrahim

there is differnence in between faiths. muslims believe in Essa but christians believe in Jesus (Maish) and there is lot of difference in these two above metioned personalities

Essa

not son of God

not crucified

not risen from dead

his sister named mary and brother named aroon all of these belongs to tribe of Levies

Jesus

son of God

crucified on cross

arose from dead after three days

his mother's name was mary, she belongs to tribe of David

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