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Shakeel: Anger management II, and marvellous Muslim logic

Reader comment on item: Bolstering Moderate Muslims
in response to reader comment: RE: To Shakeel: Allah in need of anger management

Submitted by Plato (United Arab Emirates), May 20, 2007 at 05:54

"This is why, Prophet (sws) never took any personal revenge from any one but he always fought against the enemies of God."

Shakeel, I missed that one when answering this post of yours. If the bloody vengeance your Rasool indulged in were not so gruesome it would have me laughing my head off (LMHO). Go read about Abu Afak, Kaf bin Ashraf, Asma Bint Marwan all murdered brutally for being critical of the merciful Rasool. In one case when the gulit-ridden murderer asked the prophet if he had done wrong he replied that two goats would not butt their heads about it. You also must have heard of the hit list he had prepared to execute some people when he conquered Mecca. All of them had either made fun of him (like the singing girls, one of whom was murdered) and those critical of him. Brutal murders become acts of mercy by the Rasool courtesy special laws tailor-made for him by Allah. Muslim logic to the fore once again.

Let us hear from you, Shakeel, what is your definition of 'personal revenge'?


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