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ahmad what about the multiple sex slaves?

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Submitted by susan (Italy), Mar 2, 2008 at 16:56

"This article is proof that Mohammad did not want fame, money,or any other wordly matters."

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Your prophet didn't want fame or money? so why he married off a wealthy but old woman? why his job is to murder entire populations to possess war booty?

Can we count inside the worldly matters the many sex slaves and concubines he had?

where did he find the money to mantain an harem of 13 wives if he wasn't interested in money? we know for sure that his women didn't have any job...

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