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Reply to Dhimmi no more.

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Submitted by Sohail (United Kingdom), Sep 10, 2006 at 12:15

Dhimmi no more you cannot jugde prophet Muhammad (pbuh) with today standards of living. Because he lived more than 1400 years ago, he lived in a society which would be totally unacceptable today. Muhammad (pbuh) didn't live in a society which had laws or police or courts or anything that we have today.

Muhammad was one of the greatest men ever to live. He changed the way Arabs lived, he united them, he gave them a law.

Sohail

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