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Our dear Ahmad and fantasy

Reader comment on item: The Middle East's Tribal Affliction
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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 16, 2008 at 09:46

If you read the sira you come to the clear conclusion that Abul Qasim aka Qutham aka Muhammad aka Ahmad was nothing but a caravan raider and an Aarbian warlord. His biography by al-Waqidi is called al-Maghazi or the invasions! He for sure was not the Buddha.

And why is all this violence and wars when your Allah can spread his Arabian religion with out any violence unless your Allah is not omnipotent. So is your Allah not omnipotent our dear Ahmad? And why does he ask you to "qatil fi sabeel Allah" and why would your Allah and his rasul demand that they must collect 1/5 of the loot collected from us infidels? And how could you get such loot to your Allah collected through violence by Muslims against us al-kuffar in the past 1400 years.

But you know what? There is nothing historical about the sira except in the minds of people like you.

And like I say: you are here defending the religion of the arabs that brutalized your ancestors and for this I say, shame.

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