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The following is from a post by a Muslim.
"It is said that the Prophet (saw) uae girls was a beautiful young man with beautiful features and his face had a beautiful smile. He had many beautiful friends. He was a scholar and was respected throughout Arabia and he was the most popular man in the Kingdom.