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Quran allows Slavery and Sex with slave girls

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Submitted by Nancy K. (United States), Jun 17, 2005 at 19:15

Saudis are strict wahabbis who follow quran and prophet's example to the word. Quran allows slavery and sex with slave girls (Quran 3.4, 3.24, 23.6,33.50,70.30). Hadiths and prophet's biography confirm that prophet had many slave men and women as he got 20 % share of the booty from raids including captured men and women ( his wives Safia, Juavaria, and Rehana were captured after killing their husbands in raids) His son Ibrahim was born to his slave girl Maria.

Why are we then surprised by the action of the abovementioned saudis?
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