the founder of Islam (I refuse to regard him as a "prophet") is the subject of an article in The Brussels Journal by Dutch MP Geert Wilders. I'll simply provide a link below if you'd like to read the story in its entirety:
Time To Unmask Muhammad
I noticed one of the commentators on the Journal link made an absurd excuse for Muhammad's behavior, stating that "Attila the Hun was no less of a brutal butcher than Muhammad." His statement may very well be true, but Attila's influence was finite. You don't see millions of "Attilans" (for lack of a better word) causing mayhem and murder throughout history up until today. On the other hand, you have a similar figure whom millions upon millions of people throughout history strived to emulate and their contemporaries continue to do so. But hey, he founded a religion followed by over a billion people, so it's all good, right? Yet I get the suspicion that a good chunk of that billion plus would leave this cult if doing so wouldn't cost them their lives.
Anyway, that's all I have to say for this post. Please read Mr. Wilders' article and enjoy!