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24 January, 07:30

Why do Muslims refer to Christians and Jews as "people of the book"?

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  1. 24 January, 08:39
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    Muslims believe that once before Islam was a religion, their were other religions, but all fell under the category; Tawheed. Tawheed was believing one god, which was in what they believed, Allah (swt). Since all of the following religions have a specific book that used to fall under Tawheed, they are the people of the book.
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