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Muhammad a Good Example?

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Submitted by elle (United Kingdom), Jun 15, 2009 at 08:03

Katie, thank you for your reply. You have certainly described Islamic beliefs about the life of Muhammad correctly as far as I can ascertain. To many Muslims, they accept the teachings of the Koran and the Hadiths without question as it would be blasphemous to question the word of allah. That explains the different approach to religion and faith between Muslims and other religions. Your insight into the life of Muhammad shows that you have spent time studying his life's history. elle

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