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By Moulavi Geragh Ali
In publishing this paintings, my leader item is to take away the final and faulty influence from the minds of ecu and Christian writers relating to 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 challenge. i've got endeavoured during this e-book, i feel on adequate grounds, to teach that neither the wars of Mohammad have been offensive, nor did he by any means use strength or compulsion within the topic of trust. ** [C:\Users\Microsoft\Documents\Calibre Library]
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Abwa, Bowat, and Osheira expeditions 30 24. The affair at Nakhla 31 25. At Badr Mohammad came only in his defence 33 26. —The Jews. 27. The Jews broke treaties ib. 28. Bani Kainukaa, Bani Nazeer, Khyber, and Ghatafán 35 29. Notice of them in Koran 37 30. The judgment of Sád 38 31. —The Christians or Romans. 32. Tabúk, the last expedition ib. 33. —The Intolerance. 34. Mohammad never taught intolerance 43 35. In what sense the wars were religious wars 44 36. The alleged verses of intolerance explained 45 37.
The affair not noticed in the early biographies 212 15. Sir W. Muir's authority not valid ib. 16. The best commentators and traditionalists refute the story 214 17. The story not accredited by the Koran ib. 18. The story when fabricated ib. 19. Zeinab's case 215 20. The story a spurious one 216 21. Sir W. Muir's conjectures not justified 217 22. A wrong translation of Sir W. Muir 219 23. In Zeinab's case no exceptional privilege was secured 220 24. The false story traced to Mukatil ib. 25. Katádas conjectural interpretation not warranted 222 26.
Sura IX, verses 1-15, was published declaring the war. It has been copied at pages 22-25 of the book. War not carried out. But the threatened war did not actually take place, and Mecca surrendered by a compromise. Thus Mohammad obtained his object of civil and religious liberty of the Moslems at Mecca and Medina, and averted the (fitnah) persecutions and oppressions of the Koreish without actual war or bloodshed, and also secured peace for his followers in exchange of the constant fear and agitation impending over them.
A Critical Exposition of the Popular 'Jihad' by Moulavi Geragh Ali