According to Islam’s most trusted and traditional sources, the story is as follows: Every night Muhammad used to visit and have sex with his 11 wives in a single hour. When one of Muhammad’s companions wondered at the prophet’s superhuman feats of libido and speed, another companion, the famous Anas, responded that the prophet had the potency of 40 men.
Another, more fabulous, account says that Muhammad had the strength of 400 “heavenly men”—each of whom are said to have the strength of 100 mortal men. This actually sounds like a pleasant way of saying that Mad Moe was Demonically possessed, “a [heavenly] man will be given the strength of a hundred men to eat, drink, feel desire [i.e., libido], and have sexual intercourse.” So, according to Islam, Muhammad had the sexual lust and potency of 400 “heavenly men,” which is equivalent to 4,000 mortal men.
In spite of Barack Obama’s lies and propaganda, Muslims are obligated to accept such accounts about their prophet. Criticizing even these ridiculous stories makes one guilty of blasphemy and punishable with the death penalty. These stories concerning Muhammad’s superhuman sexuality are contained in Sahih Bukhari, Sunan al-Tirmidhi, and Fath al-Bari—all mainstays of Islamic teachings. To cast doubt on one of the accounts contained in them is to cast doubt on the entire collections—and hence, to cast doubt on Islam.