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Bible Quotes Masked As Qur'anic Passages Catch People Off Guard

12/08/2015 04:50 EST | Updated 12/08/2015 04:59 EST

"You will eat the flesh of your own sons ... and the flesh of your own daughters."

Sounds grisly, doesn't it? But in which religious text will you find such a phrase?

The answer, it turns out, is the Bible. But you're not alone if you thought it came from the Qur'an.

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Dutch comedians Sacha Harland and Alexander Spoor published a YouTube video Friday called "The Holy Qur'an Experiment."

In it, they disguise a Bible as the Qur'an and read some passages out loud to people on the street.

Afterwards, one person commented, "Hearing this, I would think the Qur'an is more aggressive [than the Bible]."

Another said, "I think the Bible mostly has a lot of positive things in it."

But when the comedians reveal that the phrases actually came from the Bible, many were shocked.

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"What the f***," one exclaimed.

"Wow, I did not see that coming," said another.

The video comes weeks after ISIS claimed responsibility for attacks in Paris that killed almost 130 people. The violence was followed by a string of Islamophobic attacks in Canada, including a mosque being set on fire.

Watch the full video above.

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