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Good Harrak, continue please

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

Submitted by Lisa (Canada), Mar 31, 2006 at 20:56

I started to see your point and your standards for your role model, please provide me more examples on

1. How Muhammad dealt with captive women
2. Why did he marry his son in laws wife
3. Why did he marry Aysheh, I know the reasons and justification of him marrying the rest of women, but I still can not understand the reason behind marrying Aysheh
4. Do you think he was illeterate? specially at the time of revelation of Quran
5. Why did he order to kill bani qurayzah, what was the wisdom behind this

Harrak, you don't have to compare Muhammad with anyone else from the old testament because it doesn't add any value to the discussion, I would appreciate it if you stay on the subject, do not start to be defensive because I am not offending anyone by asking simple and straight questions. Please notice that you have offended me a lot but I am not going to reply to the negative marks you have stated, all what I am asking for is direct answers from you

Thank you

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