Ans.Wait a minute, you little equivicating snake in the grass. What is this nonsense you propose about David being a "Prophet?" No. Not even slightly. He earned an earthly crown, good for him, but that is IT, and that is ALL. And, yeah, he made his share of mistakes, too, nothing as bad as the man YOU would revere and call "holy," (I've noticed you STILL dodge the question,) but of course he did, he was a man. A king. But NOT a "prophet." So tell me again, Muq. If you've got the courage, anyways. Look deep into your own soul and TELL me you BELIEVE that it is a Holy and a Pious thing for a grown man to MARRY a child who is not even 10 years old. Don't equivicate. Don't make excuses. Don't post more of your nonsense about some "flaming sword of Islam up your ass" or whatever it is you keep posting. Just answer. Be a man for once in your life. Yes or no, Muq? Is it right for someone like YOU to go off and force an 8-year old into marriage with you? Or is it that, secretly, you DO approve of such behavior? After all, that is your "prophet," isn't it?
01. So David is not a prophet, just a king? Is it? Then how come Psalms of David are included in the Holy Bible?
And why two books of Bible are filled with nothing else except his "glorious deeds"?
How come Jesus was to sit on the throne of David, if David was no prophet of God?
I do not know what your concept of prophet is? David was a prophet as well as King. That was same as Moses and Solomon and some others too.
02. In case of our prophet, his marriage to Lady Aiyesha was very correct as per the local customs of that time. She had attained the age of marriage and there was no objection raised by any one.
And it was lady Aiyesha which got benefited by the marriage and not prophet. She became the "most knowledgeable women in Islam" just because of that marriage and what she learned from prophet.
And you people are just taking "birth day card" and creating your sky scrappers of hate and hatred.