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why do not believe in him yet he was illiterate and considered the greatest thinker like other thinkers who are educated

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Submitted by nafuna sumaiyha (Uganda), Nov 5, 2013 at 08:30

why philosophers don't believe in Muhammad as prophet yet considered him as greatest thinker yet he was illiterate compared to other great thinkers, why do not them ask them selves where Muhammad got his words since he was illiterate?

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