1) Do you believe that Mohammed was the ‘Prophet’?
2) Do you believe that his life was an example to all of humankind for all time?
3) Do you believe that Mohammed should not be criticised?
4) By definition, do good Muslims insult the ‘honour’ of the ‘Prophet Mohammed'?
5) If a Muslim spreads false stories about ‘the Prophet Mohammed’, would you consider them a Muslim?
6) If your answer to question 4 is ‘no’, then are there any people who call themselves Muslims whom you consider routinely insult his ‘honour’, and if so, in what way?
7) If false stories are spread about ‘the Prophet Mohammed’, does his marriage to Aisha fall into this category?
8) Muslim tradition holds that Mohammed married Aisha at the age of six (some say seven) and consummated the marriage at the age of nine. Logic thus dictates that if you are a Muslim you must believe that this tradition is correct. As you think that ‘the Prophet Mohammed’ is the paragon of humanity for all time and beyond criticism, an example to all men everywhere, then this facet of his behaviour – paedophilia – you must therefore hold not only to be acceptable, but a good thing. Do you think that Mohammed's consummation of his 'marriage' to Aisha at the age of nine was a morally good thing?
9) Do you now understand why we non-Muslims in England see a specific cultural problem with some of your men (a minority, but a nasty one) operating in a co-ordinated fashion to groom and sexually abuse our underage girls? It possesses dark roots in Islamic tradition, and it is incumbent upon you to tear up those roots and burn them. The video exchange on this subject below is well worth watching, and despite being subtitled in French, is conducted in English.