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you'd think he'd had enough wives already.

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in response to reader comment: You have it right Grand Infidel of Kaffiristan

Submitted by the Grand Infidel of Kaffiristan (Australia), Dec 18, 2008 at 20:01

Debbie:

"...I have had several Muhammads email me in response. ......He totally insists Islam is not a religion of violence, which we know differently."

Peace is something we all needto experience. I'm sure there are many Muslims who cannot face the realities of their religion - and know they cannot justify so many, many things that the founder Mohammed did - yet still have good hearts and want wish 'peace' upon people and will always insist that Islam is a religion of peace. However ' wishing peace on other people is next to useless. Each person has to find peace within themselves - no matter what their religion or background is.

"Sura IX And when the sacred months are passed, kill those who join other gods with God wherever ye shall find them; and seize them, besiege them, and lay wait for them with every kind of ambush: but if they shall convert, and observe prayer, and pay the obligatory alms, then let them go their way, for God is Gracious, merciful"

. This is domination! He wouldn't admit it of course, but said he believed in peace for all, and for Israel's right to exist.

Notice how markedly different the attributes of Islam's Allah is from Christ's message

"When ye encounter the infidels, strike off their heads till ye have made a great slaughter among them, and of the rest make fast the fetters. This is like Hitler, kill those who oppose or do not agree with you verbally......We have a clear picture here, very similar to the Nazis."

Exactly that - Islamo -fascism.

"There are many religions, but they do not say to kill those who don't follow their religious beliefs. This is the great fallacy, and why people do not believe Radical Islam tells the truth, about this being a peaceful religion. "

I am taken aback at the barbery, and the audacity of a prophet (53 year old man) who would become betrothed to a 9 year old.

no - betrothed at 6 and then had a 3 year cooling off period where you'd expect 'Allah' might have advised him against going ahead with the marriage when 'Aiesha' was 9. But 'Allah' didn't tell him not to go ahead with it - or set him up with an 18 year old. So by implication - 'Allah' thinks that sleeping with children is a good thing???

And Mohammed had had 10 or so wives prior to this nine year old

A delicate, sweet, fragile child. The world has many sad and tragic people in it. Gives me a real headache.

It makes my skin crawl. And just shows how deluded people can be. How afraid to see the truth.

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