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Plato, Muhammad not a prophet but for profit

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Submitted by Infidel (Canada), Mar 28, 2008 at 00:08

I wish to tell you that I truly enjoy your articles and am amazed at your knowledge regarding Islam.
I do however wish to make a small correction; Muhammad was not a "prophet" rather, he was in it to make a "profit". And indeed he did.
May allah enjoy "The Glorious Qur'an", since he was the author.

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