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Submitted by Jim (United States), Aug 1, 2009 at 18:49

Nabil,

I love the tortuous explanations Muslims have to engage in to justify Muhammad's deeds. Since you explain away his patently bad deeds by saying "back in those days" do you agree then that he cannot be an example for humans today. After all, Muslims parrot he is the Al-Insan-Al-Kamil i.e. the best example, and the Quran as a book valid for all times and in all places. Can we agree that this book badly needs a revision and Muhammad was only an example "back in those days". By the way, do you not think a real Prophet's deeds should actually be valid for all times.

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