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Imam Ahmed S. Muhammed, truth is hard to hear

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Submitted by Infidel (Canada), Apr 25, 2008 at 20:14

Here is more information that you may find difficult to hear. Muslims from Saudi Arabia and other wealthy (married) Muslims travel to Thailand where they marry 13 to 16 year old female children, have sex with them for 2 to 3 weeks, then divorce them and return home. Did you find it hard to hear that Muhammad murdered the Quraish tribe, built a fire on the leader's chest for him to reveal where his wealth was hidden, and had sex with 17 year old, Safiyya, wife of the Quraish leader that same evening? Aren't you glad that you converted to Islam?

http://www.skepticfiles.org/atheist/muschild.htm
"Muslim men flock to southern Thailand for the sex they cannot obtain in their own countries. In some southern Thai cities, says child-rights worker Sanphasit
Koompraphant, 'every day you can see buses coming from Singapore---- and their passengers are 100 percent men. In every block, there is a hotel 20 stories. There is
no tourist business there, no industry - only lumber plantations and sex services'"

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