>>2549830>jesus was in a period of peace
I would hardly call the roman occupation of judea a peaceful time, temples were sacked and burnt, there was sectarian violence between various branches of judaism, herod literally tried to kill as many children as possible that matched his description from the moment of his birth, he was forced to flee cities numerous times, and he was eventually backstabbed by corrupted peers and crucified even though the local consul knew he was innocent. And things only got worse after his death anyway, barely 30 years later war broke out and the main jerusalem temple was completely destroyed.
You really wanna compare that with tribal tensions half in the middle of the desert?
And despite all of that he still did not opt for violence (at the very least not physical violence - since we know he threw a tantrum in the market temple that ONE time). You know if someone if going to ask themselves "how would a benevolent god or prophet of said god would behave", not being a killer would probably be requirement number one. Not so much for mohammad and his "merciful" allah. Jesus embraced death to save us all, or so he believed. I don't see the same redemption character in Mo'.
And even if Mo' somehow had it worse in his timeline, since when divine benevolence, omniscience and mercy is RELATIVE to time period? Thank god the prophets didn't show up in 40000BC because they probably would have caved the skulls of half the tribe while playing fire wars. >No body said anything about forced marriage. It says when you marry with choice.
Yeah yeah whatever. You offer a slave either a life working your field or a life in your bed, that's totally not entrapment. It was her (((choice))) afterall. Get real mate.>I cant cover the whole subject but I urge you to read
I actually did read the qur'an, dawood edition a few years ago. Don't expect me to read the rest of the sunnah though. Messy chapter order. But nothing enlightening. Big surprise.