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Old 01-24-2018, 03:45 PM
aljhoa aljhoa is offline
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H.G. Wells wrote in “Outlines of History” (NY: MacMillian Co., 1920, Vol. 2, p. 13):
“Because Mohammed too founded a great religion, there are those who write of
this evidently lustful and rather shifty leader
as though he were a man to put beside Jesus of Nazareth or Gautama or Mani.
But it is surely manifest that he was a being of commoner clay;
he was vain, egotistical, tyrannous, and a self-deceiver;
and it would throw all our history out of proportion if,
out of an insincere deference to the possible Moslem reader,
we were to present him in any other light.”


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