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Mohammed in Mecca and Mohammed in Medina

Posted by ssbg on May 14, 2006

  1. Mohammed in Mecca and Mohammed in MedinaHistorians agree that there is a big difference between Mohammed's personality in Mecca and his personality after his migration to Medina.

    In Mecca Mohammed was weak, struggling to be accepted, often mocked at and ridiculed. He tried to appeal to the people of Mecca by being compassionate and loving. His teachings condemned violence, injustice, neglect of the poor. However, after he moved to Medina and his followers grew in strength and number, he became a relentless warrior, intent on spreading his religion by the sword.

    This change in Mohammed's personality becomes apparent by comparing the Meccan and the Medinan surahs. The following are some examples:

    In surah 73:10 God tells Mohammed to be patient with his opponents "Be patient with what they say, and part from them courteously." While in surah 2:191 God orders him to kill his opponents "Kill them wherever you find them, and drive them out from wherever they drove you out…"

    In surah 2:256 God tells Mohammed not to impose Islam by force "There is no compulsion in religion." While in verse 193 God tells him to kill whoever rejects Islam "Fight (kill) them until there is no persecution and the religion is God's."

    In surah 29:46 God tells Mohammed to speak nicely to people of the Book (Christians and Jews) "Argue with people of the Book, other then evil doers, only by means of what are better! and say, we believe in what has been sent down to us and sent down to you. Our God is the same as your God, and we are surrendered to him." While in surah 9:29 God tells him to fight the people of the Book, "Fight those who do not believe in God and the last day…and fight People of the Book, who do not accept the religion of truth (Islam) until they pay tribute by hand, being inferior."

    To justify this sudden change in the Quran's mood from peaceful to militant, conciliatory to confrontational, Mohammed claimed that it was God who told him so. It was God who abrogated the peaceful verses and replaced them by harsh ones.

    However the truth of the matter, as Almaudoody puts it, is that Mohammed became strong enough to move from the stage of weakness to the stage of Jihad.

    Today, in the West, we are witnessing the Islamic stage of weakness, but lets not be fooled, the stage of Jihad is coming sooner or later. This meek little lamb will turn out to be a ravening wolf, the sweet melodious "Baa Baa" will change to a thunderous roar.

Some Facts

The following are some real teachings of Islam:

  • Men are superior to women (surah 2:228).
     
  • Women have half the rights of men: in court witness (surah 2:282) and in inheritance
    (surah 4:11).
     
  • A man may punish his wife by beating her (surah 4:34).
     
  • A man may marry up to four wives at the same time (surah 4:3).
     
  • A wife is a sex object for her husband (surah 2:223).
     
  • Muslims must fight until their opponents submit to Islam (surah 9:29).
     
  • A Muslim must not take a Jew or a a Christian for a friend (surah 5:51).
     
  • A Muslim apostate must be killed (surah 9:12).
     
  • Stealing is punished by the amputation of the hands (surah 5:38).
     
  • Adultery is punished by public flogging (surah 24:2).
     
  • Resisting Islam is punished by death, crucifixion or the cutting off of the hands and feet
    (surah 5:33).
     
  • Fate decides everyone's eternal destination (surah 17:13).
     
  • Every Muslim will pass through Hell (surah 19:71).
     
  • Heaven in Islam is the place where a Muslim will be reclining, eating meats and delicious fruits, drinking exquisite wines, and engaging in sex with virgins (surah 55:54- 56) &
    (surah 52:17,19).

From: http://www.islamreview.com

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