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Not robbery, just legal acquisition inshallah

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in response to reader comment: please ianus

Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Dec 17, 2006 at 18:57

Dear Susan,

> phonetics is denying that prophet was a caravan robber. Help me

Ask phonetics what other pretext the Meccans invented to besiege him in Medina if they found his repeated peaceful "confiscations" and "seizures" of their property carried on camels to and from Syria so understandale and excusable as being in full accordance with the international law and good-neighbourly relations? Why did they trouble to wage war more then two hundred km away from Mecca if the prophet did nothing bad to them ? They lived from trade, not war. Every war meant loss and peril to the Meccan trade. So if they started the campaign the reasons must have been very grave and disturbing to them.

If it doesn't help I or someone lese can supply hard facts. Remember , however, that to phonetics the prophet (pbuh -says phonetics instinctively) is impeccable and excellent in every inch. It's a Moslem dogma on which the whole of Islam stands . If this "prophet" was just a mean despicable crook and a wicked brigand , then what remains of Islam ? It falls like a camel whose sinews are cut.


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