By Moulavi Geragh Ali
In publishing this paintings, my leader item is to take away the final and inaccurate effect from the minds of eu 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 publication, 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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Objections to the (1) Finality of the social reforms of Mohammad, (2) positive precepts, (3) ceremonial law, (4) morality, (5) want of adaptability to the varying circumstances lxxxvii—lxxxix 38. All these objections apply rather to the teaching of the Mohammadan Common Law than to the Koran xc 39. (1) Finality of social reforms of Mohammad discussed. Intermediary not to be considered final xc—xcii 40. : pretentious prayers and ostentatious almsgiving xcii—xcvii 41. (4) The Koran, both abstract and concrete in morals xcvii—cii 42.
The Rev. Samuel Green writes:— "It has been insinuated that Mahomet first took up arms in his own defence, and by more than one historian he has been justified in seeking to repel or prevent the hostilities of his enemies, and to exact a reasonable measure of retaliation. ' That such a sentiment was entertained by a Mahometan does not at all surprise us, nor is it marvellous that it should be justified by an infidel; if it be true, war needs nothing to render laudable but the pretext of former injuries and the possession of power.
The charitable spirit of Mohammad towards his enemies 98 78. Abu Basir not countenanced by the Prophet in contravention to the spirit of the treaty of Hodeibia 101 79. Nueim not employed by the Prophet to circulate false reports in the enemy's camp 102 80. Deception in war allowed by the International Law ib. 81. Lecky's standard of morality 104 82. The alleged permission to kill the Jews 106 83. Sir W. Muir quoted 108 84. The expulsion of the Bani Nazeer ib. 85. Their fruit-trees were not cut down 109 86.