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Reader comment on item: Who was the Prophet Muhammad?
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Submitted by Peter Hall (Australia), May 3, 2012 at 02:00

Well you start off talking about Christ, who did not own slaves, did not rape women and did not kill people and did not steal and did not lie or break his word.

Then you try and say Mohammed was the logical last prophet?

But Mohammed was a camel train thief, he raped women, he owned slaves, he committed adultery, he murdered people, he did not keep treaties he willingly entered and he had sex with children.

Cant you see a problem here?

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