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Islam is a "religion of peace"

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Submitted by sw1 (United States), Sep 13, 2006 at 22:01

If Islam is such a religion on peace, why did the Prophet Mohammed (according to Ibn Ishaq) "single handedly beheaded between 600 and 700 men from the Jewish tribe of the Qurayza in Medina". No wonder so there has been so little reaction to this type of killing from the Muslim faith... their greatest prophet did it, and they are just following after him.

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