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Submitted by Jamila (Netherlands), Sep 12, 2007 at 11:33

The greatest jihad is the struggle with oneself in their evil desires.

Why Muhammad did not struggle aginst his own evil desire to have sex with nine years old child, to have sex with captured slave, to have sex with beautiful woman captured in the battle, to have sex with his son's wife- he broken his son's family life for his own desire. so selfish.

He was not able to struggle with his evil when he looked at a beautiful female. All the struggles are for others. for himself, every thing was allowed as he wished.

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