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The Koran the book of Islam is not only the testimony of a false prophet it is the testimony of Antichrist Yet so many hearing that testimony today are willing to believe it to take it to heart to stand on it and even to die for it --- as if it were written by the Spirit of Truth Have you ever read the Koran It is a book that has influenced almost as many people as the Bible It is a book that has contributed to the shaping of world history And it is a book that will greatly influence the events of these last days If you havent I recommend that you read it but only after having first read the Bible Why Though you may be able to spot the absurdities in the Koran you will not be able to see through the subtle elements of its powerful deception unless you first come to know and understand real scripture Sure it may take a while before you finish both but dont you think you owe it to your own soul to at least look for the truth The whole premise is folly you say Then consider this If what I was writing supposedly unmasked the deceptions and myths of the Bible how many people would really care And of those who would care how many Christian believers would take it upon themselves to physically silence me Though some might feel wounded and perhaps tempted to do me hurt I believe that I would be able to pass through a crowd of them without harm Could I say the same about Moslem believers if what I wrote defamed the Koran No it is dangerous to speak out against them their society their prophet and their so-called holy book Few adherents of Islam tolerate any ideas other than their own let alone dissent Magnanimity is just not a principle by which they operate In
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