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dear Plato

Reader comment on item: Islamists in the Courtroom
in response to reader comment: Yes free bee, study full Islam. Let us begin now and clear the confusion. Lesson 1

Submitted by free bee (United States), Jun 8, 2007 at 18:33

And I say "dear" because you made a good long research. Great !

I will only like to comment on few points about the story of the Jewish couple you mentioned who were stoned to death.

1. Abdullah ibn Salam was a Jewish Rabbi, who had converted to Islam, who told the Prophet Muhammed (s) that the Jewish people were lying to protect that couple.

2. The Prophet of Islam DID not make the law of "Stoning". It is a law made by GOD. So he just told them to follow 'your Bible/Torah'- Tell me whats wrong with that?

3. The Jewish people Knew the validity of the Prophet Muhammed, knew he was very kind and merciful, so wanted to hear his verdict and ignore their own Torah. But Allah guided Prophet Muhammed and he gave them the verdict exactly what was written in the Jewish Torah.

My qustion is why are you fighting with the Muslims. Please go fight with the Jews so you can change their Torah.

Lastly, all the Biographies that you mentioned are good, you can read any of them I guess.

free bee


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