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Can these folks settle for good instead of best

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in response to reader comment: Muhammad (SAW) is best person of the world..

Submitted by Prashant (United States), Apr 8, 2013 at 12:35

Dear Dr Pipes: Your reader Irfan Shaikh from India dutifully asserts "Muhammad (SAW) is best person of the world..". I am wondering if these folks can just settle for good instead of the best. For crying out loud no one says that any one of Jesus, or Buddha, or Rama, or Krishna, or others was the best person. After saying that Irfan explains that Muhammad was best because he married only 11 instead of 20 women that he could marry. I do not know if Irfan Shaikh is serious or just joking.

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