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RE:ToShakeel: Rasool's vengeance and Ali's fear of Allah

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Submitted by shakeel (Pakistan), May 25, 2007 at 16:36

Hello Plato,

So you are saying, Muhammad (sws) mass forgave the Maccans because they were his kins. No not at all. Rasool cannot forgive God's enemies no matter they are his close relatives.

This is why, son fought against with father and father fought against with son on the Battle of Badr and many others. They were cutting the throats of each other not playing hide and seek or Tom and Jerry.

Also the punishment for polytheists was death but punishment for a Jew and Christian was to pay Jiziyah or exile

Banu Quraizah, they got what they asked for. They did not trust Muhammad; instead they trusted their arbitrator, who prescribed the punishment from their own book..

We know, Muhammad (sws) forgave the Banu Qanuqa, they did not just conspired, they helped pagans against Muslims.

Yes, Abu Ahkaf, Kaf bin Ashraf, Asma Bint Marwan were killed not because they wrote or said poems against Muhammad as a person, they wrote against him as a Rasool. If they were criminal of Muhammad, they were forgiven. But the crime was against God, so they got the taste of the God's punishment.

Bukhari is not a divine book; it is written by a human and contains lot of wrong and fabricated hadiths. FYI Bible is also a hadith because it was written by John, Mathew, Luke...

At the Day of Judgment, God will not ask, did you follow Bukhari, did you read Muslim, He will ask one question, Did you read Quran, did you follow it?


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