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Muslims, Open Your Eyes for Your Own Good!

Reader comment on item: The Evil Isn't Islam
in response to reader comment: islam is a true religion of God and continuity of religion from adam to Mohammad peace be upon them

Submitted by dbunker (United States), Jan 20, 2007 at 23:17

Come on! You really think Islam is the true and perfect religion? What happened to muslims being blessed with wisdom? Look, I agree with orty, do you really believe God waited to find someone like Mohammed to spread his message? This implies (as in my previous comment) that God made a mistake with the Jews, then somehow, tried again with Jesus, and then finally got it right with Mohammed and company, six hundred years after Jesus. Give me a break! Since you Muslims believe yourselves as a continuation of Judaism and Christianity, then this means God could not get it right until Mohammed. This idea contradicts everything about God's nature. You muslims have it all wrong. Admit it; it's a "johnny come lately" religion trying to justify its existence with nothing that was stated in prophecy or predicted by Abraham, the prophets , or our Saviour Jesus Christ. Even you muslims cannot agree betwen Shiites, Sunnis, followers of Mohammed or Ali, or whoever...

Open your eyes!!!!


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