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a smile for those who struck him?

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in response to reader comment: Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was a peaceful man

Submitted by bos (United Kingdom), Aug 18, 2007 at 08:17

I fully accept that generally peacefully inclined people can utilise violence and war when neccesary but this description of Muhamad (SAW) is infantile, when he had a female captive executed for daring to throw a rock while he and his warriors attacked her home was he smiling at her, and if so, what in the name of G-d was he smiling for?

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