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in response to reader comment: Muhammad had 23 wives and concubines

Submitted by hana (United Kingdom), Jan 16, 2009 at 10:18

I think you should get your facts corrected. He had 11 wives 2 of whom died while he was alive. In the Quran it says marry 1,2,3 or 4 but if you think that you can't provide for them then marry 1. I think you are the ignorant one and the Quran has many tranlations try and do some reading up before you blab out rubbish.

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