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Charles Awuzie reacts after a Qur’an caught fire in Jerusalem and revealed something about Israel

Currently, Isreal and Palestine for over four days haven’t been at rest, as both countries waged retaliatory strikes against each other, causing severe unrest for its citizens.

Sadly a lot of citizens were caught up in the fight, resulting in casualties on both sides, although the casualties seem to be more on the sides of Palestine, considering that the Israelis have a strong air defense system via the Iron Dome, casualties have been reduced to a minimum.

However recently a Holy Qur’an which was said to have been burning in Jerusalem has revealed something striking about Isreal, as the Qur’an was said to have stopped burning at Verse 211.

Australian Muslims through their Facebook pages narrated the strange encounter in one of the mosques in Jerusalem. According to the Facebook post, an incident occurred which caused a holy Quran to burn. After some time, the fire stopped at verse 211 of Surat Al-Baqarah, in the verse Allah says:

“Ask the Children of Israel how many a sign of evidence We have given them. And whoever exchanges the favor of Allah [for disbelief] after it has come to him – then indeed, Allah is severe in penalty.”

Here are few reactions on Facebook after the interpretation was revealed;

Reacting to this, Charles Awuzie who is a South African-based Nigerian, a Pastor and said this about the incident on his Facebook page.

According to Charles Awuzie, he said ” The Major factor fuelling the Israeli-Palestinian crisis is religion”, has also stated that the major factor fuelling Boko Haram is religion.

He further stated that there was nothing prophetic about the crisis between these two countries and there is only something religious about the crisis. Finally, he stated that only by taking religion away, that this problem will be solved between the two countries.

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