War and Peace in the Life of the Prophet Muhammad by Zakaria Bashier download in iPad, ePub, pdf
Quraysh persecuted the Muslims and finally banished them to a dry valley and forbade anyone from trading with them. Only one column met any resistance. Some of the Makkans, even those who had been notable for their opposition to Islam, were spared. Soon afterward, Abu Lahab withdrew the clan's protection over Muhammad.
The whole of his words and deeds, his example that believers were to try to follow in their lives, is called the sunnah, or path, or way. However, almost all Muslims managed to leave. Instead, a ridicule of these gods was offered.
The Meccan leaders could not agree which clan should return the Black Stone to its place. All agreed to the marriages.
After the retreat of the coalition, Muslims besieged Banu Qurayza, the remaining major Jewish tribe in Medina. Ibn Ishaq describes a tense period of embassies and counter-embassies, including a bold foray by Uthman ibn Affan into the city of Mecca, where he was temporarily held as a hostage. These chains were passed down with the sayings. The boycott lasted three years but eventually collapsed as it failed in its objective.
After many of their allies lost patience and went home, the weather turned bad, and Quraysh broke camp and returned home, humiliated. The idea is credited to a Persian convert to Islam, Salman.
Their four daughters lived to be adults, but two sons died. His wives spoke of him as a fair and affectionate husband, and passed on the record of his words and deeds to later generations. Later, he gathered members of his tribe and warned them to believe in one God and turn away from worshipping idols and behaving unjustly. After the conquest of Makkah, many people in Arabia began to accept Islam. Muhammad lived with his grandfather, and later his uncle, Abu Talib.
To help the refugees from Makkah, who had left all that they owned behind, Muhammad joined each migrant from Makkah Muhajirun in brotherhood with a Muslim from Madinah Ansar. In the following paragraphs, follow the argument and cite the evidence for Islamic sources and their interpretations putting limits on warfare in favor of peace and compromise.
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