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Submitted by Peter Hall (Australia), Nov 20, 2011 at 01:16

What a load of rubbish

Nowhere does it say she was 19 or 17. NOWHERE !You are guessing and making assumptions, however, the only ages given in ANY Islamic texts, whether you consider them to be reliable or unreliable is 6 or 7 years old at marriage and consummation when she was 9 years old.

There are not other ages given, none at all. Only 6 or 7 at marriage and 9 years old when he had sex with her.

If this was wrong, why has it been repeated for 1400 years?

What you wrote not only does not make sense, there are 100s of similar arguments on the web and dis proofs of said arguments.

The one thing I ask, is that if she was 17, why did he wait? Why did the many stories about her playing with dolls and other references get retold if they were so incorrect?

Why repeat an obvious lie? This no Christians repeating the story, but Islamic holy texts? You may have a case if it was the Christians saying this, but it is your fellow Muslims.

I asked you for the truth, you obviously are embarrassed by Mohammed being a paedophile, but telling lies will not hide the truth.

More Muslims have repeated the story of Mohammed having sex with his 9 yo bride than the story you have tried to pass this day.

The lips of millions of Muslims prove you tell lies.


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