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RaleighNCDUer Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-19-10 01:57 PM
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296. Which makes it a doctrinal disagreement - much like the one between
those who think the messiah is yet to come and those who think he already has come, on which point the latter have been murdering the former for two millenia. Yet nowhere in the NT is there a commandment to 'kill the jews'. Just as there is no commandment to 'kill the christians' in the Koran.

As for 'no counterpart', for much of the past two millenia jews (and thus their books) were banned in most christian countries, at one time or another - the most recent example resulting in the Holocaust. So don't pretend that xtians are any better than muslims in that regard.

All three are honored in Muslim tradition as 'People of the Book'.
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