VIDEO: Does the Bible inspire as much violence as the Koran?

Two Dutch journalists decided to conduct an experiment in which they disguised a Christian Bible as the Koran while reading passages of it to unsuspecting passersby.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 6, 2015 01:55

Bible-Koran test

Bible-Koran test

 
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With religion being a hot topic in light of the fundamentalist violence witnessed in the Middle East, Europe, and the United States in recent weeks, two Dutch journalists decided to conduct an experiment in which they disguised a Christian Bible as the Koran while reading passages of it to unsuspecting passersby.

The journalists, Sacha Harland and Alexander Spoor, posted a video clip of their report on YouTube.



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