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Story of the Prophetic Mission of Muhammad (pbuh) From the Qu’ran (Part 2): The
Clear Warning to the Meccan Pagans
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Story of the Prophetic Mission of Muhammad (Pbuh) In the Qu’ran (Part 4): The
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The Quran and the sira cover a very small part of the Islamic history covering a period of just 22 years.
@Naseer Ahmed Sb,
After 300 CE, Roman Empire became Christian Empire. Then, how could Christian
persecutions happened?. You still not
answering Iran bloodshed history of Arab conquest.
You gave very lengthier golden period of Arab Empire.
But, it was from 750 CE to 1258 CE.
other scholars provide historical accounts of such jihad. One Greek
Christian account describes the Arab invasion of Egypt as "merciless and
brutal." Not only did the Muslim invaders slay the commander of the
Byzantine troops and his companions, but they also put to the sword all who
surrendered including old men, babes, or women. Similar slaughters occurred
across Palestine and Cyprus. Muslim troops were particularly brutal toward
non-Muslim religious institutions. During the caliphate of Harun al-Rashid,
many Christian monks were put to death. One Muslim historian estimated that
Arab armies destroyed 30,000 churches throughout Egypt, Syria, and other
central lands. An Armenian historian reported that, following a rebellion
in 703, General Muhammad bin Marwan invaded the province, massacring and
enslaving the populace. He wrote a letter to the nobility, giving guarantees of
safety in return for surrender. They surrendered, at which point the Arab
invaders shut them in churches and burned them alive. "
Muhammad bin Qasim was the Arab general
who conquered Sindh and his rule is recognized as benign. Here is a link that
provides the details.
Highly knowledgeable article. I can see the hard labour in this article. I urge the readers to read and comment on this article, it will do all of us good. Thank you Mr Ahmed for a good and highly insightful read.