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Reader comment on item: Who was the Prophet Muhammad?

Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Dec 26, 2005 at 18:07

Muhammad Usman Abdullah Mirza wrote :

>Islam is not a myth!

Of course not, it is much worse - a nightmare!
I adore Greek myths and to think I should put that nightmare of Islam on the same level with the most beautiful tales ever invented by the Greek genius I feel outraged .

> 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.

Really? So I wonder why the moment he died almost all Arabia rose against Islam and the so called 'ridda' erupted ? The Arabs were so happy with Islam , so pious that they preferred to get rid of the newly imposed Muslim yoke than to continue it freely without a fight.
Is the ridda also a myth or you admit your ignorance ? (I forgot ... as a Muslim you always know better. )

> As a muslim I have to learn other's opinion to know how can we bring peace in this world .

No double talk, dear Muslim! As a Muslim you have to convert whomever you can and whomever you can't you're free to enslave or kill. Does a kaffir have to teach you the basics of your deen ?

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