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Ibn Is-haq and Ibn Hisham

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Submitted by Reporter (United Arab Emirates), May 25, 2013 at 02:04

i don't know where you come from, may be Mars or Jupiter.

I have both Ibn Is-haq and Ibn Hisham versions, Ibn Is-haq version is long with so much peotry in it,

Ibn hisham's is shorter with much less unnecessary details and much less peotry.

I read your first two paragraphs, I did not wish to continue reading your rubbish.

but you can keep on continue writing the rubbish you are writing, it will not harm the Muslims, it will only harm you. and it will continue encouraging others inquisitively reading books on Islam

Good Job,

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