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Submitted by car313 (India), Jun 12, 2010 at 12:33

though not in context, it appears to me that the prophets insistance on not killing the women could also have been because he could then use them as sex slaves. that could kill two birds. he could take the moral high ground and he could still get a lot of sex slaves.


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Muhammad's definition and practice of Jihad is the correct one. [358 words]Shareef MuhammadJan 31, 2006 04:4433221
Prophet's definition [52 words]car313Jun 12, 2010 12:3333221

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