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Is ISIS a Truly Islamic State? According to Mohammed’s Covenants with Christians, No.

Worshippers attend mass on Christmas Eve at a Christian church in Mosul, about 390 km (240 miles) north of Baghdad, December 24, 2009. Picture taken December 24, 2009. REUTERS/Khalid al-Mousuly (IRAQ - Tags: RELIGION) - RTR28C8F
Worshippers attend mass on Christmas Eve at a Christian church in Mosul, about 390 km (240 miles) north of Baghdad, December 24, 2009. Picture taken December 24, 2009. REUTERS/Khalid al-Mousuly (IRAQ – Tags: RELIGION) – RTR28C8F

 

By Florence Taylor

ISIS is violating the teaching of Mohammed in persecuting Christians, according to a new study on previously untranslated writings of the Prophet.

Contrary to the brutal treatment Christians face under ISIS, the Muslim Prophet Mohammed described his ideal Islamic State as a community with religious pluralism and civil rights, where Christians and the ability to worship were protected.

ISIS’ treatment of Christians goes against the teaching of the prophet they purport to follow.

Says who?

Dr Craig Considine, a research professor from Rice University, who has written a paper exploring the covenants Mohammed made with Christians. (Keep reading on Christian Today)

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