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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 2, 2007 at 14:04

You wrote

>Muahmmad did not have a son

Wrong. So why was he called Abul Qasim? And who on earth was this Qasim? And how about Ibrahim his son from the so called Mariya al-Qibtiya if she ever existed? and Oh I forgot and our dear Ibrahim dies in 636CE at age 18 months or so we are told. But wait if my math is correct Muhammad died in 632CE so he could not have been Ibrahim's daddy! Was mariya cheating on him? or was an immaculate conception? or did the 3Ulama made things up? or is it Allahu A3lam?

So the question now is and who is Ibrahim's daddy? Oh and why was Muhammad called Qutham? How come he had so many names? Qutham, Abul Qasim, oh I love this one: Ahmad and muhammad?...

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