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Muhammad had no sons

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Submitted by btilly (United States), Jul 19, 2011 at 12:26

True, but he had girls. He became impotent with all those wives who were very young, Aisha, to Sawda who was too old for Him, he had no children from any of his 13 wives. Mary the Copt slave had a son who Muhammad thought was his, but belonged to an Egyptiam slave. This is why Allah had no sons, but had girls. To say the God of the Bible had no sons, he had to deny the Bible which said we are all sons of God. Muhammad only understood human sex, not sons as from a creator.

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