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Where is Allah when you need him

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 9, 2015 at 06:51

There is a famous story from the Islamic tradition about the death of Muhammad where he is poisoned by a Jewish woman (compare it with Christian claim that the Jews are to be blamed for the death of Jesus) and poor Muhammad suffers during his death from poisoning (compare it with the suffering of Jesus on the cross) then Muhammad dies and his followers debate among themselves what to do with the body and they came to the conclusion that if Jesus died on the cross and he was resurrected on day number so why not Muhammad and this is what happened so they left him to rot and on day number three when the stench was very strong and Allah was no where to be found Muhammad was buried

The moral of the story is: A plagiarist will always be a plagiarist and Allah is no place to be found

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