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I would not support this killing

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Submitted by Anonymous (Sweden), Mar 2, 2006 at 17:28

Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) started preaching Islam after the revelation came to him at the age 40 . Before that he was not a Muslim, of course! The next person (after the Prophet) who was converted to Islam was his wife Khadija (R). This is TRUE.
I don't know why someone should be sentenced to death for saying this!!! I am really very surprised to hear that. And i'll be really hurt if I find this information correct.

Is there any Pakistani at this board who can clarify the matter?
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