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Character of Muhammad

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The Muslim attempt to defend a single Bukhari quote is ignorant of other quotes where he ordered the mutilation and bleeding to death of many Bedouins who left Islam after robbing camels of a Muslim. [[Abu Bakr]] set an example of following Muhammad when he killed an unknown number of ex-Muslims as a caliph.<ref>Tabari: Vol. 2, p. 5</ref><ref>''The Encyclopaedia of Islam''. New Edition. Vol.1, p.110</ref><ref name="Griffel">{{cite book|author=Frank Griffel|title=Apostasie und Toleranz im Islam: die Entwicklung zu al-Ġazālīs Urteil gegen die Philosophie und die Reaktionen der Philosophen|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=J52MMfLa6DkC&pg=PA61|year=2000|publisher=BRILL|isbn=90-04-11566-8|pages=61|language=German}}</ref>
== Honesty ==
Lots of Muslims say "our prophet was a very honest man, he was renowned for his honesty in Mecca, Khadija proposed to him because of his honesty" et. al. This is hard to believe. Muhammad was very poor. How many rich women in the world choose a man because of his honesty and not his wealth or his earning capacity? How many Muslim women choose a bridegroom like Khadija did? This act should have been a sunnah long years ago. By the way, how many Muslim women choose a bridegroom? Muslim women are starved of choices and decision making. [[Qur'an, Hadith and Scholars:Women|Women's suppression in Islam]] is a popular reality.
Why is all this propaganda spread about his honesty? It rules out the chances of raising any doubts about Muhammad's prophethood. Muhammad is honest, although according to poor or false sources. So then, nobody will say he is faking his conversation with Allah.
== Marrying widows ==
Another popular Muslim argument in defense of Muhammad's polygamy is that he "married a large number of women out of sympathy or to give them high status because their husbands had been killed in wars." However, Muhammad himself was responsible for killing those men by waging multiple wars.
==See Also==
[[Farsideology: Muhammad's Character]]
[[Qur'an, Hadith and Scholars:Muhammad]]
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