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If the Prophet Mohammed hated the Jews then how...

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in response to reader comment: "prophet" mohammed hated Jews, now islamists hate Jews

Submitted by Saara (Saudi Arabia), Jan 15, 2009 at 17:29

If your claims were true then how could you explain the fact that the Prophet Mohammed's last wife was a Jew?

Islam is a religion of peace and not hatred and terrorism so make sure your information is correct before you state facts.

The Quran is God's message that he sended through a prophet and not Prophet Mohammed's words,so I find it ignorant to call the message of God,a message of hatred.

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