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Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. In spite of all these rules and their critical situations, the early Muslims in the time of the prophet Mohammed hated the permission to fight. But it is possible that you dislike a thing which is good for you and that you love a thing which is bad for you. Here, God tells them that even though they hate the idea of fighting, it is good for them because they need to defend themselves.

Even though they liked to be silent and passive towards raging war, God knows that it is dangerous for them. The problem the early Muslims faced was that they had gotten accustomed to patience and peace, but conditions had reached a degree that threatened not only their religion, but their existence as well.. The Quranic clarification was not enough to change their attitude and to push them to prepare for defense. A group among them rejected the legislation for fighting and even raised their voices asking God to postpone His command. When at length the order for fighting was ordained to them, be hold!

Why have you ordained for us to fight? Would that you had granted us respite for a short period? In Mecca they were ordered to refrain from self-defense and to consecrate their time and effort in praying and spending in charity.

The fact that a group rejected the order to fight and asked for it to be postponed showed the extent to which they were devoted to peace and hateful towards bloodshed. Early peaceful Muslims in battles.

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The battles during the period of the prophet Mohammed were the biggest proof for tendency of the early Muslims towards peace and their hatred for fighting, even in self-defense when it was forced upon them. We shall demonstrate from the Quran their peaceful attitude during three main battles: Badr, Alahzab, and Al osra.

The battle of Badr: This was the first and the most famous of the battles. In order to understand the real causes of this battle, we must first understand the terms Eelaaf or trade agreement of the Quraysh, which is mentioned in the sura of Quraysh In its four verses, God said that because of His sacred Mosque located in Mecca, the Quryash tribe had its Eelaaf or trade agreement. They used to send their trade caravans between Syria and Yemen in peace during the winter and summer, and lived without hunger or fear, while the other tribes suffered hunger and continuous wars. The same meaning was repeated in other verses: They had obtained covenant of security outside Mecca, safeguarding the caravan during their journeys between Mecca and Yemen, and between Mecca and Syria.

Inside Mecca, there was another type of covenant among the inhabitants. The Quraysh tribe had to participate in financing both of the winter and the summer caravans. The budget needed was divided into shares which the Quraysh people invested in. At the end of the year, they calculated the profits of the shares and each one took his earnings. The Muslims did not dare ask for their money from their enemy who chased and attacked them for their beliefs. Upon receiving the right to fight, the Muslims claimed their due share of the profits back from the Quraysh.

It was for this reason that they raided the caravans which traded with their money. They hoped to get their money or the caravan without having to fight. However, on their way to meet the caravan, the Muslims were promised that they would either take over the caravan or that they would win over their enemy. They went for the caravans, but soon enough, an army from the Quraysh came to save the caravans and kill the Muslims who happened to be few in number.

It was clear that since there were no caravans, they would surely win the battle as was promised by God. Nevertheless, some of the Muslims were frightened to face the enemy in battle. Disputing with you concerning the truth, after it was made manifest, as if they were being driven to death while they were looking.

We need to mention here that what the Quran says concerning the battle of Badr contradicts the stories written about the Prophet during the Muslim Empire. In these stories, the old historians confirmed that all of the Muslims of Badr were anxious to fight and none of them were doubtful about it. If it was not for the Quran, we would not have known the reality of the situation.

The contemporary Islamic culture has until now ignored these verses for the same cause, so most of the Islamic reality is missing and continues to be so. The battle of Alahzab, [The Allies] The Unbelievers which we now in the Quranic term means those who attack peaceful people surrounded Al Madina to destroy it and to exterminate all the Muslims who were strongly overtaken by fear and terror.

There, the believers were tried and shaken with a mighty shaking. The only meaning here is the peaceful people who hate violence even if it is to defend their lives. The fear was so great that some of them ran away and called others to give up. On the other hand , others maintained great courage. The battle of Alosra: This was the last of the battles. The Muslims were still not eager to defend themselves against the aggressive tribes in the north of Al Madina. Here, the Quran became more reprimanding in certain verses 9: Why is it when you are told to mobilize in the cause of God, you become heavily attached to the ground?

The Quraysh tribe converted to Islam: The nature of the daily lives of Arabian tribes of the time can help us understand why the Quraysh tribe converted to Islam to keep their interests. Violence is the key word that describes the life of the Arabs. The Quraysh controlled Mecca, the sacred Mosque, and the pilgrimage. They lived in peace and prosperity while the other tribes lived in continuous blood shed for any and no reason.

This made the Quraysh the most powerful tribe. The new religion of Islam threatened the religious trades of the Quraysh and its political and social situation. It was daunting for the helpless believers to face the mighty powerful tribe of the Quraysh. Thus, the only way to save the new converts of the faith from potential genocide was to encourage self defense.

Many people from numerous tribes converted to Islam, and helped others realize the nonsense of worshipping sacred tombs and statues, and from submitting to the Quraysh because of their false idols. Some of them wanted to get rid of the Quraysh, reducing its power and its hegemony, and to help the new Islamic state. The elders of the Quraysh reconsidered their situation. To keep their political and economical interests, they converted to Islam to use it for their continuous hegemony, especially since the active people inside the Islamic state were from the Quraysh tribe, including the Prophet Mohammed.

After about twenty years, they became the new leaders of the Islamic state and led new kinds of war and a new way of life. They established powerful Muslim empires which ignored the fundamental rules of Islam and its peaceful nature. The empire lasted six centuries under the rule of the children of Qurayshy elders. They revolted under individuals from inside their tribes who claimed prophecy. This was the war of apostasy which was the perfect chance for the elders of the Quraysh to maintain the leadership of the Islamic state after the death of Mohammed.

The Quraysh tribe, consisting of the new Muslim converts along with the early Muslims, - led war against the other tribes who revolted against Islam and the Quraysh. By defeating them, the Quraysh became the real leader of all the Arabic tribes. To avoid other tribal revolts, the Quraysh led all the Arabic tribes to fight two super empires: By defeating them both at the same time, the Quraysh established the powerful mighty Muslim Empires which influenced world history in the Middle Ages and ruled most of the world in that time according to the culture of the Middle Ages, and not according to the real values of Islam.

So, the Islamic values were ignored, including the fundamental concept of peace. During the time of the Muslim Empires, the true Islamic rules of Jihad were changed to attacking other peoples just to establish wealth, power and empire, while using the name of Islam.

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Here, we have to explain the real meaning of jihad in Islam. Legislation of jihad in the Islam: It includes giving money to the poor regardless of their religion and faith, peaceful discussion with unbelievers, and to fight them only to defend oneself. The Quran sets the legislation for jihad, its commandments, its principles and its final aims. Generally, Quranic legislation is based on commandments which serve principles, and those principles in turn serve the basic Islamic aims and values.

Regarding jihad, the commandment: The greater value of jihad in Islam is to allow every person to follow the religion of his or her choice without any persecution. The Muslim state has to fight to prevent persecution and to defend itself and its freedom of belief and speech for the value of jihad. In this way, every one has the freedom of choice in the realm of religion and he or she will be responsible before God only on the Last Day based to his or her freedom of choice.

In this life, one is responsible only before society if he or she violates the rights of other people. Truly God loves not transgressors. Then whoever attacks you, you may attack them to inflict an equivalent retribution. Therefore, the prevention of oppression is the essential aim for the legislation of fighting.

That persecution included the continuous fight against the peaceful early Muslims even after their escape to Al Madina. By allowing religious freedom and preventing oppression in religion, every one deals with God alone, obeying or disobeying him, and every one will be responsible for his or her deeds only before God on the Day of Judgment. This makes the realm of religion belong to God alone without any kind of human religious authority. Truly, God loves not the transgressors And fight them until there is no more oppression and the religion will belong to God.

But if they cease, let be no more transgression except against the transgressors only. Peace and freedom Jihad assures religious freedom. So, will you then compel mankind until they become believers? Freedom in religion is the key of democracy, as is the freedom of thought and speech. Rules of alliance For the first time in the Arabic Peninsula, some Arabs established a real state according to our modern definition of state.

It was the first —and may be the last- Islamic state in the time of the Prophet Mohammed. The new Islamic state had its border, people, and government. It had also allies and enemies. Any believer in the Arabic desert who wanted to be a member of this state had to immigrate to it and live inside its border. All the believers inside this state were allies to each other against the enemies who attacked the peaceful state.

The Quran stated to them that the believers outside the state should immigrate to be a part of the state. If believers outside the Islamic state asked for protection , the state was obligated to defend them unless there a treaty between the Islamic state and those who attacked these outsider believers existed. So, all believers were to be allies to each other inside their state to stand firm against the unbelievers who were united against the Islamic state.

The Quran called them the hypocrites. They enjoyed the freedom of speech and belief, and also the freedom of conspiracy against the state. The Holy Quran used to expose theirs plots and their inner thoughts, but at the same time, order the believers to avoid them, turn aside from them as long they did not fight the state. Details can be found in the following suras: Some of them offered to become allies to the state while in reality, they were enemies to the Islamic state. These hypocrites were a real danger to the Islamic state, so the Quran ordered Muslims not to ally with them until they immigrated to the state.

If they refused to immigrate, then they were to be treated as enemies in the battle field. However, if they did not immigrate but did not attack the state, the Muslims were not allowed to fight them. Most of them controlled the routs north and south of the new Islamic state, and had a good relationship with the Arab Christian and Jewish tribes in the Arabic Peninsula.

The Christian and Jewish tribes united together against the new Islamic state. Some people inside the Islamic state — including the hypocrites — had a good relationship with those allies in spite of their enmity. So, God ordered the Muslims not to take the hypocrites as allies as long as they fought the Islamic state.

The Islamic state had to defend itself against the attacks of Christian and Jewish tribes. It means not to occupy their land, nor to force them to convert to Islam, but only to pay back for their aggression as our modern international legislation deals with any country attacks other country and is finally defeated. These rules of alliance protected the new peaceful Islamic state against all of its enemies who surrounded it. Generally, God makes clear rules in dealing with the non- Muslims who are out of the Islamic state: Rules in battle field: The verse goes further in talking about the compensation due in such a case and the rules related to it.

These are stated in the Quran as separate punishments each. Yet, it seems that the person who commits such a dreadful crime deserves all of these punishments added together. If the enemy says so, it then becomes unlawful to kill him or her. Therefore, any peaceful person is a Muslim and a believer even during war time and in the battlefield.

God blamed the Prophet Mohammed when he set free all the captives of Badr Battle for money, as the main mission of the Prophet was not to seek the vanity of this life, but be a good example to people. Under all circumstances, the prisoner of war after release becomes Ibn Al Sabeel, or a guest as long he is in the Muslim State, and should be given charity and alms and shelter until a safe return home.

These Quranic laws about the captives were ignored by Muslims during their history, and captives were killed as it was a bad habit in the Middle Ages.. This used to happen during the battles between the Muslim Empire, the Roman Empire, and other nations, along with domestic wars inside the Muslims civil wars. Moreover, killing the captives or enslaving them was accompanied by enslaving women and children. It was the culture of the dark Middle Ages which made Muslim traditions and history full of these aspects that manifested defiance to the real Islamic values.

The proof is that Islam is a religion of peace. Peace is in its origin and in its legislation, but because of the behavior of the Muslims of the past and the fanatic Muslims of our time, Islam has become accused of fanaticism, fascism and terrorism. Two meanings for the infidel and unbeliever Islam means to submit oneself to One God — in dealing with Him- and to be peaceful in dealing with people. God alone is the only one who has the power to judge our belief. The society in this world has the right to judge the individuals regarding the relationship among them.

On the other hand, anyone who transgresses the limits, wrongs others, or attacks and terrifies them, is an unbeliever or an infidel regardless of any religion or title he claims. The Quranic language has many descriptions for infidels and disbelievers to characterize them regardless of time or any religion they claim. This term is repeated in the Quran about times as it is the main aspect of the disbelief and infidelity. If this unbeliever lives peacefully, he is a believer according to our limits in this life as we are concerned about living in peace, safety, and justice in terms of dealing with each other.

So He is the only one who will tell us the real truth on the Day of Truth; see: This is an example of the Quranic Islamic culture contradicted by the early Middle Ages. A much greater contradiction was the culture of the Arabic Peninsula, where the Arab tribes used to live in continuous bloodshed, glorifying raiding each other as a sign of honor and courage. Those Arab tribal incursions meant killing men of other tribes and enslaving their women and children, thus and giving the other tribe the right to retaliate. This bloody culture was faced by Islam and its peaceful nature.

The new Quranic language made transgression wrong, and attack and assaults the characteristics of disbelief in the One God. The Quran discusses Al Zolm about two hundred times, making it a sign of infidelity and disbelief. Verily God loves not the transgressors. This was a serious warning to the believers not to prohibit the good things that God has permitted.

God mentioned two kinds of aggressions, one of them being made by infidels against peaceful people. To face this Zolm transgression and oppression, God ordered Muslims to be patient. Patience or al sabr is a Quranic term mentioned in the Holy book about one hundred times and is a great Islamic value meaning forgiveness, tolerance, forbearance, perseverance and endurance. Muslims have to uphold al sabr all throughout their lives, seeking to please the Almighty Lord in every stance of life.

It is the middle ground between being totally passive as was the case of the peaceful, early Muslims, and the others who were active in aggression and transgression. The terrorist is the worst criminal. Some unbelievers possess the two kinds of transgression, one of them being killing innocent people in the name of God.

The Muslim terrorists of our time are clear example of this case. In this case, the terrorist does not kill the person, but also the real values of the Divine religion. In these circumstances, the killer is not the only criminal; the scholars and religious authorities who preach such bloody culture as religious teachings that should be obeyed are criminals as well.

The basic rules of terrorist religious culture: Terrorists and their religious leaders and scholars claim the rank of the Almighty God; they monopolize the Divine right of God to judge and punish humans. They set up the Day of Judgment in this world before the Day of Resurrection and judge other people, accusing them to be enemies of God and believe they should be killed as a jihad or crusader. This was acceptable during the Middle Ages in Muslim and Christian sides, but it is an outrageous violation of human rights and the core of the Divine Religion of God. The most important question to ponder is, if Islam is the religion of peace, why do we find the Muslim culture to be of violence and terrorism?

The key word is the Quraysh, the mighty Arab tribe during the time of the Prophet Mohammed, who persecuted him and his peaceful followers in order to protect their political and economical interest in the Arab Peninsula. They finally converted to Islam to keep their political and economical interest and developed it in the name of the new religion, using its followers.

The Quraysh were the master of the known world trade of their time. The Quraysh has its allies among the Arab tribes which belonged to Yemen and in Syria as well. Those Yemeni tribes controlled the routs inside Syria and Yemen while the other tribes of Najd- which belonged to the same lineage of the Quraysh- controlled the other routs between Mecca and Yemen. The Quraysh controlled the Christian Yemen tribes by mutual economical interests and controlled the other wild tribes of Najd by keeping their idols in the sacred Mosque in Mecca.

They also controlled the Arab religious pilgrimage. The Quraysh had inherited the pilgrimage from the religion of the prophet Abraham, the father of the Quraysh and all the northern Arabic tribes. The true religion of Abraham was changed by the Quraysh according to their own interests.

When the Arabs converted to worshipping idols, the Quraysh put their idols in the sacred Mosque to control the idol worshippers. Mohammed was sent to revive the religion of Abraham and to separate it from business. Thus, Islam became a danger to the Quraysh and their religious trade. In its war against the prophet Mohammed and his peaceful followers, the Quraysh used their allies from the northern Arab tribes of Najd and the Christian Yemeni tribes.

These wars brought about a lot of debate regarding the Quran and its intellectual debate concerning the true meaning of the idols and the sacred tombs. For that and other reasons, Islam had new followers who made the Quraysh change their mind and decide to convert to Islam to keep and develop its political and economical benefits. God confirms in the Quran that the Quraysh and all the Arabs in that time used to worship the only God, but at the same time, idolized saints in tombs and images of sacred stones just to bring them near to God The Quraysh used to create and set up these stones in the Sacred Mosque, realizing the nonsense of worshipping human made idols.

However, they prevented these Arabs from believing in the guidance of Islam and continued to disbelieve in the Quran for their economic benefits It was therefore, easy for the Quraysh to convert to Islam after about twenty years of ardent enmity. They suppressed the Arac movements of apostasy and reached a compromise with them to mobilize towards the rich lands around the Arab Peninsula to invade them in the name of Islam and jihad. The real option was the only one of war. In this way, the Quraysh established their mighty Arab Empire under the name of Islam and against its real values and jurisprudence.

As it was war in the cause of wealth; not in the cause of God. Wealth was the real reason of political disputes between the Quraysh and the wild tribes of the north, who revolted before in the apostasy wars then returned to Islam and were active in invading the two super powers and occupying Syria, Iraq, Iran and Egypt. These political disputes became the cause of great civil wars among Arab Muslim tribes, dividing the Quryash and the Arabs into many political parties, giving leadership to the Omawy family to establish their dynasty, even though they were the former ardent enemies of the prophet Mohammed and early Muslims.

After about seventy years of civil wars and outer wars against Minor Asia, Africa, Europe and Central Asia, the Mighty Omawy Empire collapsed under great pressure from another Quraysh movement led secretly by the grand children of Al Abbas, the old uncle of the prophet Mohammed.

The Abbasy Empire lasted in power for five centuries, fighting outside its borders and inside it as usual until the Moguls destroyed it. During the long years of wars, inside and outside the Arab Empire, Muslims in the Omawy and Abbasy dynasties had many different cultures and political parties which produced many new religious sects and cults. Each one of them tried to establish its arguments by choosing certain verses from the Holy Quran, and twisting their meanings to serve its purpose. It was during this time that they invented the concept of the hadeeth, or sayings attributed to the Prophet Mohammed, some centuries after his death to confirm his alleged thoughts.

Muslims in our time inherit all these traditions and most consider the human tradition to be a part of Islam, in spite of the total contradiction between the Quran and most of this tradition. It was produced in response to the culture of the Middle Ages, not to Islam. Any Muslim scholar who dares to discuss this tradition is destined to persecution and accused to be the enemy of Islam and the Prophet Mohammed.

Muslim communities in the U. S and in the West are followers of these seminaries in Middle East. Reform in Muslim communities needs to start with reforming the roots in Egypt and the Saudi States. The leaders of the fanatic Muslims in the West and in the Middle East use the same fanatic discourse and tactic. In talking with the West, they preach Islam as religion of peace using some verses from the Quran, but inside their mosques and centers, they accuse the West to be the ardent enemy of Islam.

They accuse all Christians and Jews and all those who are not Muslims to be infidels. The only difference is in their tactic. Usama Bin Laden is frank and direct, while the others are hypocrites and conceal what Usama releases. All those Muslim terrorists, including Osama, —believe in this tradition as the basic part of Islam revealed to the Prophet Mohammed directly from God.

This is what they were taught in schools and mosques. For most ordinary religious Muslims, these terrorist are faithful Muslims while the well known Sheikhs and Imams are just hypocrites who serve corrupted rulers. It is actually that the corrupt rulers are servants of America, and for them, America and the West are the enemy of Islam. Al-Azhar leaders refuse to reform the curricula. The views and opinions of authors whose articles and comments are posted on this site do not necessarily reflect the views of IQC.

Dr Ahmed's point of view to know Quran from its own terms and context is probably the most successful idea to know both Islam, and Quran correctly. I'm encouraging Dr Ahmed to continue his serious studies to prove that Islam is really the religion of peace, and it's far away of the mistakes, and mis-understandings that our antecedents had done before. I'm also calling myself and all my brothers to work together seriously and hard to make all the world have a very clear thought and impression about Islam because it's not what ben ladens or the organiztion of al-qaida are doing now but Islam is what God says to urage human beings to love each other and live in peace together regardless of their sexe, religion or race.

Dearest One, Greetings in the name of God. We are Suzan and williams Alfarouk from Sierra Leone. We are writing you from Rep of Cote 'Ivoire where we Have been taking refuge after the brutal war and Murder of our parents by the rebels during the renewed Fighting in our country Sierra Leone.

Please, We have prayed before contacting you with the trust in God that you will be of help to me and my Sister is seriously sick now coupled with the current political situation in Ivory Coast now,We are seeking for your assistance to transfer this Money to your account for a good investment Project in your country and also relocate to your country with my younger sister Suzan to further our study. More from Ahmed Mansour.

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