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in response to reader comment: History is written by the victor! So what? the rule of Muhammad, if he indeed exist is marginal at best

Submitted by Doug (United States), Aug 20, 2012 at 22:59

Your dissertation is in cohesive, to use a singular argument to prove a point while denying all other sources of history is dangerous. To believe that Mohamed may have not existed creates a extremely dangerous precedent, that opens the door to questioning all other history. I equate this to the modern revisionist historian who deny the reality of the Holocaust, while victims are still walking with tattooed numbers on their arms. make my blood curl.

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