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What would Muhammed think of Osama bin Ladin? You may choose more than one answer.

  • He would encourage others to support Osama.

    Votes: 1 16.7%
  • Muhammed would see Osama as corrupting Islam.

    Votes: 2 33.3%
  • Muhammed would condemn Osama as bringing ill upon Islam.

    Votes: 2 33.3%
  • Muhammed would view Osama as a rival and have him killed.

    Votes: 4 66.7%
  • None of the above.

    Votes: 0 0.0%
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According to Islam, Muhammed was the last prophet, and he was given the task by God to transcribe the Holy Word. Muslims would say the Qu'ran is God's Holy Book, superceding the Bible, Torah and other scriptures. Muslims are taught that Jesus was a prophet, and that he renounced the gospels and embraced the Qu'ran. Before Islam became a mainstream religion, Muhammed was a businessman so known for his fairness that he was often asked to arbitrate disputes. He was a faithful husband, but then came his sojourns into caves where Muslims believe he received God's word. As he gained followers and power, Muhammed became corrupt. He was a treacherous, sadistic killer, a polygamist with a 7 year old bride (thus the charge he was a pedophile). One scrupture tells how he seduced his child wife while she played with her dolls. He killed prisoners of war, then allowed his followers to rape their grieving wives and daughters. Finally, he was posioned by a "jewess" whose father and brothers he had killed. By then, Islam was a feared and powerful force, ready to spread across the Middle East, Africa, and even Europe.

There are debates within Islam about Muhammed. Some recognize he was corrupt and say it is God's Message, not his Messenger which should be followed. Others regard stories about Muhammed's life as Holy Scriptures (The Haddith and Sunna), although the Qu'ran says it is the only Holy Scripture. So, perhaps Muhammed was not a faithful Muslim? Still, many muslims would follow him, just as Christians look at how Jesus lived for guidance in their lives.

Even today, Muhammed's spirit lives on. Maybe, it fills men like Usama bin Ladin? What do you think Muhammed would think of Usama bin Ladin?
 

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You are referring to the older, corrupt Muhammed? My guess is he would see Osama the Despicable as a rival. GG
 

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I am not Islamic expert, but I have read enough to suspect the Great Prophet was in it for great profit.
 

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Custer said:
I am not Islamic expert, but I have read enough to suspect the Great Prophet was in it for great profit.
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