On 21/02/2008, Ian Woollard <ian.woollard(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 21/02/2008, Wily D
Muhammad is not fictional, he's not a fairy
tale Muslims parents tell
their kids. He doesn't belong to Islam the way that Loki belongs to
Norse Traditional Religion.
Trolling are we?
Concorde's not fictional, it doesn't belong to Britain/France.
The Taj Mahal is not fictional, it doesn't belong to India.
Muhammad is not fictional, he doesn't belong to Islam.
I think "belong" is the wrong word. Muhammad has meaning outside the
context of Islam. Loki doesn't have meaning outside the context of
Norse religion (apparently - for all I know, Loki could be based on a
historical person, most of my knowledge of Norse tradition comes from