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To Plato: Write me which source or sources you believe in?

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in response to reader comment: To Syed: Give us your source for your claim

Submitted by Syed Rafey Husain (Pakistan), Jul 16, 2007 at 02:35

Syed you wrote to dhimmi:

"---And people of Makkah call Mohammad (May peace and blessing on him) "honest" and "truthful".---"

Plato wrote to Syed:

"Syed, where did you get that bit of information from? From the tainted biography of Ibn Ishaq? Or from the hadises from which Muslims always quote selectively to boost the image of the Prophet. When some of the less admirable characteristics are brought out, conveniently Muslims claim that the hadises are not reliable information. Trying to have your cake and eat too!"

Dear Plato, which source you believe in the most? It looks you have doubt about few sources. Write me which source or sources you believe in?

Syed Rafey Husain


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