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Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: Stop Quacking part 2

Submitted by ak (United States), Aug 17, 2006 at 14:48

dear Zionist,

Why should I condemn the actions of terrorists on this site when i have been condemning them in my everyday life.

yet it seems that no matter how much i condemn those horrible actions, people still don't believe me, insist that I'm Extremist, or that I'm uncivilised.

There is no point to condemning terrorist besause people think that i am an extremist or that I'm insincere. this is just to reply to your first comment.

I have researched the matter on Prophet Muhammed's marriage to sayidah Aishah extensively. I probably know much more on the matter than you do. Prophet Muhammed did marry Aishah at the age of 6, but she didn't move in with him until the age of nine. At that time arabian girls weer always married at an early age because they simply matured quickly.

Aishah Willingly married Prophet Muhammed (PBUH) and lived happily with him and was never pregnant.

For you to compare 12 year old pregnant girls to Aishah is an insult to Aisha's memory because she was chaste.

Your last comment was quite redundant and served no use whatsoever. You say that all terrorists are muslims, but what about the oklahoma bombings in the 1990's? The man responsible for those bombings was a non-muslim yet he's a terrorist. And might I point out to you that many Israeili actions should be considered acts of terrorism


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