Misaq E Medina Agreement

According to Goto, the main Jewish tribes – Nadir, Qurayza and Qaynuqaa – were not part of the treaty, and their agreements with Muhammad were not related to it. Outside of this treaty, Muhammad wrote a document or documents to the Jews who had formed their own tribes. The six Jewish groups called “yahud bani so-and-so” were not the groups of the Jews, but those of the Arabs of Medina. In Muhammad`s last years in Mecca, a Mena delegation from his twelve great clans invited him as a neutral outsider to serve as the primary arbiter for the entire community. [10] [11] About 100 years ago, in Medina, there were 620 fights mainly involving its pagan and Jewish inhabitants. The massacres and the resulting disagreements, especially after the Battle of Bu`ath, in which all clans participated, showed that tribal ideas of the war of blood and eye by eye were no longer feasible, unless there was a man with the power to decide in contentious cases. [10] The delegation of Medina promised itself and its fellow citizens to welcome Muhammad into his community and to physically protect him as if he were one of them. [12] [Page required] According to Denny, the ummah of the Constitution is composed of believers and Muslims, but perhaps also Jews (although they may form a separate “next” oumah). The Constitution was sort of. Expression agreement, a political-military document intended to secure Yathrib and the people associated with it.

The Jews could confine it as a kind of particular group, a “sub-oumah” with its own right (which may also mean “law”). Yathrib should be “sacred to the people of this document,” which adds a factor of localization or territoriality. Relatives were not the most important link in Ummah, and religion was more important. The Ummah is the tribe, a Supertribe, with God and Muhammad as last arbiters and authorities. Nothing in the Ummah document contradicts what the Qur`an says, and the two sources are confirming each other and complementing each other. The division of the Constitution into numbered articles does not appear in the original text, but is then added by scholars. The numbering of clauses differs from different sources, but there is general agreement on the authenticity of the most read version of the Charter, which is found in Ibn Ishaq sirah Rasul Allah. [8] [9] David: “He also came as Rahmat ul lil Aalameen for Banu Qurayza. He showed such mercy that he killed all men and made women sex slaves” As a signatory to the Misaq e Madina Agreement, Banu Qurayza were treated according to ancient Jewish law (Deternomy 20:10-14)Deuternomy 20:10-14King Version James (KJV)10 When you come to a city to fight it, then take away his peace.11 And it will be when he makes the answer of peace.

12 And if he will not make peace with you, but will wage war against you, you will besiege them.13 And if Yahweh your God has put it in your hands, you will strike him with the sharpness of the sword.14 But when the Lord the Lord does, you will besiege him.14 14 But if the Lord, your God, has given it in your hands, you will strike every male with the edge of the sword.14 If the Lord your God has given it in your hands. You will strike every male with the edge of the sword.14 But the Lord, your God, will put him in your hands. 14 But if the Lord, your God, has given it in your hands, you will strike every male with the edge of the sword.14 If the Lord, your God, has given it in your hands, you will strike every male with the edge of the sword:14 If the Lord, your God, has given it to your hands, you will strike every male with the edge of the sword:14 your God has given it to your hands. , and you will take all male, small and beasts, and all that is in the city, and all the spoils of it. And you will eat the spoils of your enemies that the Lord, your God, has given you. Roland: “I was a little surprised at how bad Muslims in India were… We can move forward. we can say