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Reader comment on item: Who was the Prophet Muhammad?
in response to reader comment: "Islam NEVER spread by the SWORD"...or the history happened in a better way than the kafirs say...

Submitted by LARA (Jordan), Feb 25, 2007 at 11:31

WHAT IS THE BIG DEAL, about wars in islam? ,it s hak , the truth and the way for all people to be saved from hell fire. so let it take what ever to spread , virtues ( to be honest, no adultery, help people finanicially, protect orphans and WOMEN) .

i know you will mention polygamy , hitting and divorce which i see as a WOMAN ,very amazing ......and fair and honorable with lots of dignity.)this is the religion they were spreading and over all to save people from hell fire ( mentioned in the bible)..so if it takes wars, let it be....

plus read the bile about David's (p.b.u.h) wars againt those disbeleivres in the holy land .... so what if that's what it takes to spread the word of ALLAH....?

according to bany koraidah , they defenitely deserved it. LIARS, UNFAITHFUL, and the basic rule of slavery in Islam (which apperantly you didn't read) is the mutually treatment, that mean if they take slaveries we take if they don't, we dont. like now adays , we have war prisoners, and no slaves, so if it is a war , then war prisioners and no slaves .....

before arguuing about islam READ READ READ.....LEARN LEARN LEARN..........IT IS VERY CLEAR THAT YOU DON'T HAVE A CLUE...


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