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This can be considered as a try to find truth

Reader comment on item: Who was the Prophet Muhammad?

Submitted by Muhammad Usman Abdullah Mirza (Pakistan), Oct 12, 2005 at 02:07

Hi All,
First of all I would say that the author is well-trying to find truth.
But at the end I would like to say that the history is never been so clear as regarding to Muhammad Peace Be Upong Him... Islam is not a myth! It is rule to life. But down-where in passage some words conflict, Mr. Author Did you think (As some ignorant Authors think that ) Islam spread by sword >>>
If yes then you must learn the history from Michle Heart !!!
I would like to say that in HIS life , All the Arabia was under his control but we can't find that He ever masterd (oppressed ) them. But in HIS last years of life , Syria was to a great extent conquered (as they attacked first, and refused any co-operation ) Defending themselves and then making them far from their homeland they were reached to the crown of Syrya.
Any way I am only a student learning others religion, As a muslim I have to learn other's opinion to know how can we bring peace in this world .
"""Once we know Other's mind and thinking we can co-operate and make good relation with them """

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