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Our dear Wasim is saying that Ibn Ishaq and al-Tabari were liars

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jul 14, 2014 at 08:38

Our Wasim is back and I wonder why?

Muhammad was not warlord.

I'm not the one who is saying that it is Ibn Ishaq and al-Tabari who tell us that Muhammad was an Arabian warlord and carvan raider who married a 6 year old girl and who murdered 950 Jews and who ordered the killing of a female poet while she was suckling her baby because she believed that Muhammad was a fake

So you tell me our dear Wasim was Ibn Ishaq a liar and was al-Tabari a liar and if they were liars you tell us why

You are unable to say warlord to those Sahabis.

ROTFL Pakistani Arabic it is al-Sahaba and you must pardon me you are ignorant and you are mangling the Arabic language again

And what gave you the impression that I care about those Sahabis (sic) what ever that is

But wait were those sahaba (and not your bogus sahabis) also Arabian warlords and caravan raiders and they did marry 6 year old girls? And even if this is true they were mere human beings that can make mistakes but the so called Muhammad was a so called prophet of the so called Allah big difference

See? Silence is golden

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