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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Adib Farakish.. they themselves are not sure about their religion

Submitted by JustMe (United States), Mar 22, 2006 at 17:44

Another One, I simply did what you all asked me to do. I started reading more and checking things out closer. (No, not a Muslim hating site.) I don't like Sarah telling me I concocted this thing. Don't be so mad at me. I have more respect for you than many on this board. I kind of feel bad for you because I now understand why this Banu Qurayza killing is such a thorn in your side.

I was going to post the quotes that show Mohammed forced this treaty yesterday, but I didn't. Now, you're talking to me in a condescending tone, like, 'let's slow it down for JustMe.' I wasn't going to bring it up because this is pretty much foundational to your religion. But I also found where it's untrue that the Banu Qurayza let the other tribes come through. It's seems that Mohammed intentionally forced these enemies into a treaty,(the guy surrounded them and made them sign it or die) knowing there was a high probability they might help out their exiled friends and knowing the punishment for breaking a treaty was death, then at the next battle left only one way through for the enemies to come to, which happened to be at Banu Quaryza. (what a coincidence) Then when it was 'rumored' that they let them through-- which they didn't-- they were murdered, beheaded by Mohammed and his men.

You mention they had many weapons as some kind of proof of treachery, but wasn't Mohammed asking the Banu Qurayza in this battle to keep anyone from coming through their area which would necessitate weapons? I can post the quotes if you like. Another one, I like you and if you don't want to reply to this, that's okay. I only felt the need to defend my statement due to Sarah saying I 'concocted' this up.

By the way, why do you defend Sharia Law with your comment? I was hoping you wouldn't think the terrible things done under this law were ever tolerable.

You said, "However, i confirm that only those who commits the sin, gets the brutal punishments normal decent people aren't affected of such a law.."

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