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By Moulavi Geragh Ali

ISBN-10: 1406568309

ISBN-13: 9781406568301

In publishing this paintings, my leader item is to take away the final and misguided effect from the minds of eu and Christian writers concerning Islam, that Mohammad waged wars of conquest, extirpation, in addition to of proselytizing opposed to the Koreish, different Arab tribes, the Jews, and Christians; that he held the Koran in a single hand and the scimitar within the different, and forced humans to think in his undertaking. i've got endeavoured during this e-book, i think on enough grounds, to teach that neither the wars of Mohammad have been offensive, nor did he in any respect use strength or compulsion within the topic of trust. ** [C:\Users\Microsoft\Documents\Calibre Library]

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All injunctions were local and for the time being 125 102. Ainee quoted and refuted ib. 103. Sarakhsee quoted and refuted 126 104. Ibn Hajar quoted 128 105. Ibn Hajar refuted 129 106. Halabi quoted ib. 107. Halabi refuted 132 108. Ainee again quoted and refuted ib. 109. Continuation of the above 133 110. Traditions quoted and refuted ib. 111. Early Moslem legists against the Jihád 134 112. Biographical sketches of the legists 135 113. European writers' mistakes 137 114. Sir W. Muir quoted and refuted 138 115.

War declared against those who had violated the truce. 11. This truce did not last long. The last act of hostility on the part of the aggressive Koreish was the violation of the truce within two years of its being concluded. This resulted in the submission of Mecca. [18] The aggressed Moslems appealed for aid to Mohammad through a deputation, that displayed their wrongs to Mohammad and his followers in very touching terms, urging in a plaintive tone to avenge them upon the treacherous murderers.

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