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in response to reader comment: ALI; Prophet Gained Riches and Women from Prophethood

Submitted by Lateef (Algeria), Jul 16, 2014 at 21:32

Man it's easy to say that prophet Mohammed PBUH became the richest man in arabia by taking 20% of booty, but why don't you say that he gived all his wealth to poor peqple, or it just happened that you didn't read that while you did your research http://askaquestionto.us/article/prophets/the-most-generous-human-being-prophet-muhammad-pbuh. Why don't you say that he lived and died poor, he rejected the offer of the leaders of Mecca when he was on the beginning of his message when they asked him to stop his message and in exchange for that they will make him their leader, make him the richest man on Mecca and give him the most beautiful women to marry? You know what was his answer? He told them : I swear to Allah, if you put the moon on my right hand, and the sun on my left hand to give away the message Allah asked me to deliver i won't do it till i fulfill my mission or till Allah takes my soul before that. It looks like it's because you don't like Islam and Prophet Muhammed that you're talking in such a way, man I'm just gonna give you an advice, and hopefully you'll get it, Read before you talk. (FYI ; "Read" was the first verse to be revealed by Allah to prophet Muhammed PBUH)


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