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Mohammad could have had the power he wanted, but he refused

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Submitted by Samer Sukhun (Canada), Apr 27, 2008 at 14:40

Williame, you say "And I hope/suppose you'll also accept that the wars Mohammed led in the past where led by the same Satanic hunger called greed. Not by the word of Allah."

Greed for what ?

When Mohammad started preaching amongst his people to worship God, they told him to stop, they told him if you want power, money, women, we can give it all to you, but stop preaching, he refused,

He told them, "if you put the sun in my right hand and the moon in my left hand to leave this matter, I will not until God prevails it or I die doing so."

Mohammad comes from a noble family, his grandfather was chieftain among his people and his uncle was a man with power and status.

He had all the power if he wanted it, but NO, he wanted the people to worship God as commanded.

His all life he lived a very simple life, eat very little food and dress very few clothes, he died without leaving a penny to his family.

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