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Submitted by Alex Saby (Canada), Feb 15, 2008 at 20:28

The source of the information in encyclopedia is Muslim interpretation of the events. The accuracy and reliability of these references are in doubt.

The bottom line is Mohammed was a joules person, he did not like to see prosperous Jews, he was furious and mad. He formed his clan to gamble what ever wealth he can from the Jewish of Arabia.

Tell me Mr. Ahmed, How many wives Mohammed had? How did Mohammed die at age of 60 years old?...

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