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Submitted by Sulaiman Muhammad (United States), Dec 25, 2009 at 09:02

They say every great man has a good woman beside him.Prophets of Allah had more than one wife , so l don't see the problem when it comes to Elijah Muhammad who is the last messenger of Allah. Its not about sex. All of Allah's messengers were under a different law then the people they had to teach. The teacher is always under a different law then the student.

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