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  • I'm not a Muslim so I have all of the obvious problems with him of thinking he was either very dishonest or very mentally unstable, but he was pretty liberal for his times. He did things like adding limits to how many wives a man could have, tried to put laws in place to keep water clean, and was a deal less chauvinistic than one would assume based upon the actions in places like Saudi Arabia. I also love a guy who can lead an army.

  • The prophet Muhammad was genuinely a good man that wanted bring order and unity to the Arab peninsula. Nobody is perfect and Muhammad never claimed to be. He was another prophet of God.

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_100%3A_A_Ranking_of_the_Most_Influential_Persons_in_History

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PetersSmith says2015-04-11T19:27:16.6277193-05:00
Never met the guy.
UtherPenguin says2015-04-11T19:30:27.7818792-05:00
Is that a picture of the Prophet (pbuh) on the thumbnail? *butthurt intensifies*
UtherPenguin says2015-04-11T19:31:50.9484438-05:00
@reece Aisha was 9, not 6 during marriage.
TheMarquis says2015-04-11T19:32:19.3357403-05:00
@PetersSmith: BEST possible answer to that question.
reece says2015-04-11T19:33:19.2739452-05:00
@UtherPenguin he explains
UtherPenguin says2015-04-11T19:34:11.0680088-05:00
@reece I know, just wanted to point that out before watching the rest of the video
UtherPenguin says2015-04-11T19:37:02.3496552-05:00
@reece Did he just make a strawman out of Muslim Apologists? *butthurt intensifies
reece says2015-04-11T19:38:04.9566075-05:00
@UtherPenguin What was the original argument? Just watch the video then you can debate me.
UtherPenguin says2015-04-11T19:42:52.6357866-05:00
@reece Sure
reece says2015-04-11T19:45:51.0702873-05:00
@UtherPenguin I'm just saying my choice of con for Muhammad is more than justified.
reece says2015-04-11T19:46:24.0480531-05:00
I'm happy to debate that.
UtherPenguin says2015-04-11T19:48:36.3959079-05:00
@reece This would be an interesting debate.
reece says2015-04-11T19:50:01.2582759-05:00
@UtherPenguin Would be or will be? Are you wanting to withdraw?
UtherPenguin says2015-04-11T19:52:58.5800658-05:00
@reece Will be, I am definitely willing to debate this subject.
Vox_Veritas says2015-04-11T20:31:19.2507512-05:00
Funny how the "Muhammad" in that picture has a very Jesus-esque appearance.
TheMarquis says2015-04-11T20:32:52.0108374-05:00
@Vox: They were both nomadic Arabs. Lifestyles made them look similar.
Vox_Veritas says2015-04-11T20:34:14.3148546-05:00
Jesus was not an Arab, nor was he raised in a nomadic lifestyle.
TheMarquis says2015-04-11T20:35:48.9114354-05:00
@Vox: Israel is in the Arabic peninsula, so check again. And he lived a nomadic lifestyle as an adult.
RXR says2015-04-11T20:45:16.3973220-05:00
Muhammed gave women rights, freed black slaves,helped poor people, and saved a civilization from a tyrant. Is he a paedophile ? Yes he is but that was his culture back then. You can hate on him all you want, but the person did more good than what the haters do in their entire life. -https://www.Youtube.Com/watch?V=vGxVWDLO87I I have read plenty of history books on the lifestory of Muhammed and he sounds like an alright guy
Dookieman says2015-04-11T20:49:06.5396961-05:00
Didn't he marry a 9 year old?
Midnight1131 says2015-04-11T20:50:44.5822514-05:00
Women's rights?? So you're saying he was an advocate for women's rights, and at the same time thought having sex with a 9 year old was OK?
tajshar2k says2015-04-11T20:58:11.9775291-05:00
@RXR Thats why in Saudi Arabia women aren't even allowed to drive right?
RXR says2015-04-11T21:12:33.0866466-05:00
Tajshar2k - dude that was like a thousands years after his death midnight - watch the documentary and that was his CULTURE back then, it was completely normal back than. Men couldn't live past age 40 in the harsh desert so it would make sense. Your making him sound like a rapist. How about we focus on his achievements instead.
tajshar2k says2015-04-11T21:17:15.2653003-05:00
That was only one example Depending on the guardian, women may need their guardian's permission for: marriage and divorce; travel, if under 45; education; employment; opening a bank account; elective surgery, particularly when sexual in nature. Apart from the bank account one, all the other ones were applicable back then.

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