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Arab's burying girls alive, Question to Nuray

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Submitted by John W. (United States), Nov 8, 2005 at 15:09

To start with, burying girls alive as reported in literature was not as wisespread as islamists publicize to give credit to islam. All indications are that women had a much better postion before islam then afterwards. In pagan society they ran businesses and headed families.Three of their important gods were females (Al Lat, Manat and Al Uzza, Moon god Allah's daughters). Many hadiths indicate it. Khadija, a business woman, had given Mohammed his first job and later she proposed him for marriage. That says volumes by itself.
Besides when it came to the details about Mohammed's killing sprees, his earning his livlihood through banditry and robberies, his distributing captured women among jihadis and raping them, Nuray refused to believe the written history and said he only believes quran which has no historical backing and is words of a single man. Why is then talking about pagans buring daughter's alive mentioned in the same sources?
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