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Thank you harrak

Reader comment on item: White House Nonchalance toward the Middle East
in response to reader comment: CHALLEGE 6W: Answering Lisa and more

Submitted by Lisa (Canada), Apr 2, 2006 at 23:17

To answer your question, Muhammad killed the men of Bani Qurayzah and took their women as captives, took their children as slaves, my question was "where is the wisdom behind this?"

Another thing, Muhammad married Aysheh when she was six and had sex with her when she was 9 (not 12) according to many hadith said by Aysheh, you still didn't answer my question, why did he marry Aysheh, I didn't ask about the age of Aysheh, but why did he marry her?

Although I expected less defensive answers from you providing that I didn't attack or insult your religion, but still you tend to justify what is wrong with even worse actions.

I urge you to re-read your answers, try to see your defensive technique, it is very similar to a little boy who when he captured doing something wrong he would say "well can't you see the others they are doing wrong too"

Unfortunately, the more I ask about Islam, the more I realize the huge gap between Muslims ideology and the ideology of the rest of the world.

Although I have answered you many times what the old testament means to christians and how did Christ as a GOD brought the law of grace to the world, you still argue the same things again. I don't blame you though, because this is the only escape for muslims who tries very hard to justify their prophet's behaviour out of pride and to satisfy thier ego.

I can see that Islam for muslims is not only a religeon it is an identity, it is a culture, a way of life, if this is taken away from them, they will be lost, and thats maybe the reason you and majority are trying very hard to justify Islam's ideology.

Thank you

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