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Answer to Nuray Kayakol

Reader comment on item: Is Allah God?
in response to reader comment: Allah is God.

Submitted by don (India), Sep 12, 2005 at 12:14

Dear Nuray,

You said Muhammed was Alamin (faithful) from young age. Well this source comes only from islamic view and was probably written hundreds of years after his death to most probably to give him a worthy praise (as he has the maximum number of "names" only surpassed by Allah), otherwise Muhammed became a prophet at 40 and before that he was just a polytheist just like his father Abdullah and all his community and you say he was "faithful"..faithful to what? In the olden polytheist arab community there were many honest and faithful people too and hospitality was one of their virtue as you can find in any community.

As for copying texts from Holy Bible and other sources please try to read the Holy Bible thoroughly. Almost all the messages Muahmmed is alleged to have recieved is all in the Holy Bible and all present islamic rituals are the rituals practised by ancient arabs of that area. Muhammed brought nothing new except that he destroyed all the idols in the aim of uniting the arabs under the umbrella of "Allah".

Best regards

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