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The Koran

Various Rabbis10 Shevat 5765
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Question
The muslims holy scripture - the Koran mentions prophets of Bnei Israel for e.g. Avraham, Ya’akov, Moshe, David, Eliyahu, Elisha, Yonah, Ezra etc. How do jews consider the Koran?
Answer
Islam isn't considered idol worshiping, rather an imitation of judaism in believing in one G-d, according to their belief everything written in the Torah is true, but Muchmad was the last prophet after all the rest so he is the one to follow, and he changed everything. The Koran isn't considered idol worship, only a collection of lies and falsehoods, and the Torah has commanded us not to listen to such a prophet. Rabbi Ro'i Margalit
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