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Amah Jones and Daniel Pipes about Muhammad (pbuh), my understanding...

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in response to reader comment: The Quraysh , Mohammed's Tribemen, were and still are, Blac people.

Submitted by Abdullah Rakeeb (Bangladesh), Jul 10, 2017 at 07:11

...the sentence or comment "And if the great prophet was a black man (and he was)..." surly a blunder! Prophet Muhammad was not "Black man" neither anyone from his tribe; Arabs are not black, dark-skin doesn't mean black. Black people originally of African origin or descent. Simply put.

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