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Nabil Ahmad, Muhammad Man of Peace

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Submitted by Infidel (Canada), Aug 28, 2006 at 17:40

What in the world is wrong with your logic and reasoning, Nabil? Muhammad and his followers robbed hundreds of caravans carrying trade goods, killed the drivers of the caravans ,raped their women and confiscated the camels. For some inexplicable reason these actions are irrelevant. According to you, the most important aspect of Muhammad's life is that Muhammad never broke the treaty that he made with the Meccans at Hudaibiya. Wow, wasn't Muhammad a great man? Below is a list of our peaceful Prophet's (or should that be profit) unimportant and irrelevant skirmishes.

*623 - Battle of Waddan
623 - Battle of Safwan
623 - Battle of Dul-'Ashir
*624 - Muhammad and converts begin raids on caravans to fund the movement.
624 - Zakat becomes mandatory
624 - Battle of Badr
624 - Battle of Bani Salim
624 - Battle of Eid-ul-Fitr and Zakat-ul-Fitr
624 - Battle of Bani Qainuqa'
624 - Battle of Sawiq
624 - Battle of Ghatfan
624 - Battle of Bahran
* 625 - Battle of Uhud. 70 Muslims are killed.
625 - Battle of Humra-ul-Asad
625 - Battle of Banu Nudair
625 - Battle of Dhatur-Riqa
* 626 - Battle of Badru-Ukhra
626 - Battle of Dumatul-Jandal
626 - Battle of Banu Mustalaq Nikah
* 627 - Battle of the Trench
627 - Battle of Ahzab
627 - Battle of Bani Quraiza
627 - Battle of Bani Lahyan
627 - Battle of Ghaiba
627 - Battle of Khaibar
* 628 - Muhammad signs treaty with Quraish.
* 630 - Muhammad conquers Mecca.
630 - Battle of Hunsin.
630 - Battle of Tabuk

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