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To Henrik: Mohammad (Peace be upon him) taught us to live simple life, away from the thrust of worldly things.

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Submitted by Syed Rafey Husain (Pakistan), Jun 30, 2007 at 08:16

Dear Henrik,

There Muhammad trades his God (possibly Ar-Rahman anyway) for power, sex and money within the Quraysh community. The marriage to Aisha is part of this deal.

Above statement points to four issues related to Mohammad (Peace be upon him):

1- Traded for Power
2- Traded for Sex
3- Traded for Money
4- Traded for Marriage with Ayesha (Razi Allah Talah Anhuma)

Do you think these are in fact a truth? Provide reference.

Dear Henrik, these are not the truth. Me and billions of people love Mohammad (Peace be upon him) because he taught us to live simple life, away from the thrust of power, sex, money and other worldly things.

We will be soon dust, and then will meet All Mighty how can these things tempt us? Have you ever thought.

Syed Rafey Husain
Karachi, Pakistan
Blog: http://blog.360.yahoo.com/syedrafey


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