A Jewish friend is rereading the Torah: Genesis is bizarre. Still, it provides the first known instance of identity theft (Jacob and Esau)
and identity theft can be a good thing. I wonder how many yeshiva bachurs go away from that thinking “If I can cheat the goy, so what?”
Or when the Jews leave Egypt, the Egyptians HAPPILY give them all their gold and silver
I mean, who thought up these stories?
So far, the Koran seems much more straightforward. There is but one God and Mohammed is his messenger. And He will chastise those who don’t agree.
Lots of rules for war. Very straightforward. Onward Muslim Soldiers, marching off to war.
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