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Hamid - Islam has NO solution for Humanity as it hates Humanity, Part 2

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Submitted by Jaladhi (United States), Dec 17, 2007 at 22:12

Hamid, wrote: "Abu Baquar had requested Muhammad(PBUH) to marry his daughter. First Prophet (PBUH) refused to accept this offer. However, when he insisted a lot he accepted it."

WRONG again, Hamid! It was Moahammad who dreamt of Aisha when she was only 4 or 5 years old asked asked Abu Bakr to marry aisha to him. Abu Bakr initially refused but finally gave in. After all he had to worry about his own neck. He told Moahammad that he was like a brother to him so this relationship was not justified. But, as usual Moahammad's allah was there to give his approval for this bizzare pedophelic relationship, and Abu Bakr had no choice but to agree with Mohammad.

Now tell us where did you learn it was other way around.

You are practicing taqiyya so you have no qualms in telling this to us. But you know truth cannot remain hidden, it has this bad habit of revealing itself in many forms. So no matter, how hard you spread wrong information, it won't wash!!!


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