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In search of al-Buraq aka the winged horse

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 17, 2014 at 07:54

I just checked a video on youtube by your idol and Mullah Amr the Bee aka Dabour and if it is fine with Dr Pipes invite him to tell us about the religion of the Arabs only deal?

No one that we know of has used Al-Bruq except Muhammad.

Mr and you must pardon me ignorant this is called argument from silence this does not mean that there are no more Buraqs so my question to you where can we find a Buraq any idea? May be ask your Mullah Amr the Bee aka Dabour

Yes, Muhammad did have amour and a sword.

Then this proves that he was an Arabian warlord thank you for proving my point

The Prophet Muhammad even wrestled before.

Sobhanallah Abul Qasim wrestled did he lose to did he murder his opponents as he did murder 950 Jews?

What is wrong with that?

Hint a man of God should not advocate or participate in violence, murder, looting, enslaving, raping and tortue then on top of this tell us that he flew on a winged horse to a mosque that did not even exist

At least he was not a caravan raider (though he did fight in battles).

Then your the authors of you revered Islamic sources the likes of Ibn Ishaq and al-Tabari and al-Waqidi are all liars so were they liars? even al-Waqidi calls his book al-Maghazi or the invasions


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