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with a graving tool, after he had made it a golden calf; and they

said, these be thy gods O’ Israel, which brought thee up out of

the land of Egypt.”

You will read of the incest of Prophet Lot with his two daughters

(

Genesis 19:36):

“Thus were both the daughters of Lot with child

by their father.”

You will read of a Prophet who was married to two sisters at the

same time that is forbidden (

Genesis 29:28

): “And Jacob did so,

and fulfilled her week, and he (Laban) gave him Rachel, his

daughter to wife also.”

And another Prophet is accused of adultery (

II Samuel 11:4-5

)

“And David sent messengers, and took her, (the wife of Uriah)

and she came in unto him and he lay with her, for she was

purified from her uncleanness, and she returned unto her house.

And the woman conceived and sent and told David, I am with

child.”

A very important question arises here:

How could David then be

accepted in the genealogy of Jesus when it started with a person

who committed adultery? Is this not in

contradiction

with what

is mentioned in

Deuteronomy 23:2

: “A bastard shall not enter

into the congregation of the Lord; even to his tenth generation

shall he not enter into the congregation of the Lord.” (Muslims

reject all of the above lies).

Another allegation of incest along with rape by Ammon the son

of David on his half-sister Tamar (

II Samuel 13:14

): “Howbeit he

(Ammon) would not hearken unto her voice: but being stronger

than she (Tamar), forced her, and lay with her.”