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Harrak- please answer

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in response to reader comment: To harrak/ you didn't answer my question

Submitted by Lisa (Canada), Mar 28, 2006 at 22:47

Your comments and reasoning are valuable and I sincerely want to hear from you on how you see Muhammad setting good example to his followers. All what I am asking is to provide me your reasoning on how you see Muhammad setting good examples to his followers

I may be wrong, but I think you owe me direct answers since I have provided lengthy and sincere answers to you in previous discussions. I had sympathized with your comments and I am very supportive to your feelings along with the feelings of my Muslims sisters and brothers.

Believe me, I am really curious about your reasoning's of Muhammad biography, I didn't offend you but for some reason you are defensive in your answers, may I ask why can't you provide direct answer to my direct questions? Didn't I provide you with answers to your questions without playing around or jump from subject to another

BTW, whatever you want to call Jesus (a terrorist or anything else) is irrelevant to my question


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