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To Moshe: You're still wrong ...

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in response to reader comment: Nabil, I am paying very careful attention.

Submitted by Nabil Ahmad (United States), Sep 6, 2006 at 20:25

The fact that Muhammad was a violent and illiterate thug doesn't mean that he was also stupid.

You've already passed judgment on Muhammad here based on historical sources that you obviously cherry-picked. The fact remains that the Qur'an was the ONLY work that he produced. He was not a poet (and there were plenty of poets during his time) and yet his enemies saw the Qur'an as a work of poetry and sorcery. But his enemies of his time did not accuse him of having forged the Bible. This is a total fabrication made by a bunch of unobjective Islam-haters.

You're judging Muhammad by 20th/21st Century standards, but you would never judge the prophets of the Old Testaments by the same standards. That makes you, in my sight, not only ill-informed and contradictory but hypocritical as well.

And how do we know that the Old Testament is from God? Or was it just made up by people who claimed to have spoken to God and/or His angels?

"I see Islam as a Universal faith and all other religions as variants of Islam,…"

Even though this statement may sound relatively tame and harmless, it being said on the background of a violent, aggressive, and murderous Worldwide Islamic Revolution raging allover around us, it cannot reassure me of your true objectives and intentions.

I have no reason to mislead you about what I believe in. I happen to live in the West and love the West and also believe that Israel not only has a right to exist but had every right to go after Hizbollah when it did and should have finished the job and thumbed its nose at the UN which appears to me to be worse than useless. I am a strong believer in the doctrine of "Peace through Victory" which was practised by Muhammad against his enemies.

The so-called "Worldwide Islamic Revolution" is nothing but the attempt of a bunch of cutthroat extremists who want to use Islam to gain a stranglehold over the world's Muslims before embarking on a murderous and genocidal war against the West. As a Muslim, I cannot, and will not, support such a venture and have opposed it over the years even more strongly than you ever will, God be Willing.

...I have my hands full trying to convince my non-Muslim friends to be even harsher on al-Qaida and why Islam does NOT support the activities of Bin Laden. I don't want to be forced into a position where I have to debate historical and religious facts with people with an axe to grind against Muhammad, and you obviously sound like someone with an axe to grind against him. If you want to debate with me, leave Muhammad out of it because you'll be wasting your time. To me, he was the last prophet and messenger to mankind. His enemies got what was coming for them, and God Himself let it all happen.

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