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about the Kabalah branch of jewism, which they say goes al the way back to Prophet Adam as a hidden message given to initiates only..

here is short on them:

Kabbalah (Hebrew: קַבָּלָה‎, Tiberian: qabːɔˈlɔh, Qabbālāh, Israeli: Kabala) literally means "receiving", in the sense of a "received tradition", and is sometimes transliterated as Cabala, Kabbala, Qabalah, or other permutations. Kabbalah esoterically interprets the Hebrew Bible (Tanakh) and classical Jewish texts (halakha and aggadah) and practices (mitzvot), as expressing a mystical doctrine concerning God's simultaneous immanence and transcendence, an attempted resolution to the ancient paradox of how the ultimate Being—"that which is not conceivable by thinking" (Isaac the Blind)—nevertheless comes to be known and experienced by the created world.


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i find it quite interesting, to see that in Islam, Jesus is not considered a law giving prophet like Muhammad and Moses, but rather a prophet sent with a spiritual message to raise the spirituality of man, instead of giving a new sharia and law..

if you read the bible, you will find scaringly resemblence with the teachings of Guru Nanak and sikh philosophy..

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The Noble Qur'an, Chapter II, Verse 28:


> "How can ye reject the faith in Allah? - seeing that ye were

> without life, and He gave you life; then will He cause you to die,

> and will again bring you to life; and again to Him will ye

> return."

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