CONTEXT Islam Part 2 History of the Talmud l Lessons of Dr. David 2 months ago   05:52

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Hostility towards Muhammad by the leaders of Mecca forced him to move to Medina. Muhammad became the leader of Medina. The Islamic conquests begin.

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Taimur Khurram
He really, REALLY oversimplified what happened to the Jewish tribes. They didn't just get wiped out, before hand they persecuted the Muslims, broke a treaty between them, and tried to wage a genocide against the Muslims.

All Muhammad Ibn Abdullah (Peace Be Upon Him) did was treat the Jewish tribes with their own medicine. He literally punished them using what the Torah said.
Henry the6th Gregorian
This lecturer has demonstrated one of the most demagogic stories Israel ever tell , trying to rewrite the history up to their own propaganda , to achieve many goals, justifying occupation of Palestine, killing Palestinians stealing their properties displacing them, is only the first step to move to occupy the oil rich country of Saudi Arabia.
Hillary Chapman
It’s too bad this scholar gives such a truncated account of Muhammad and the Jewish tribes of Medina. There’s much that is unknown and much evidence that this short account may be inaccurate

https://www.google.com/amp/s/discover-the-truth.com/2016/01/01/re-examining-banu-qurayzah-incident/amp/
George Bolatoglu
They were only three Jewish tribes : Beno Al Nodeir, Beno Koreiida,Ben Kainoka'a. Those were the Jewish tribes who lived in Yeathreb later on Madeina after the destruction of the temple in Jerusalem.
The rest of Arabian Tribes such as : Kenaneih,Keindah,El Hareth ben Ka'aeb,Koreish (Mohamed's Tribe),Khouza'a ,Beno Ghassan,and many other were not Jews,but Judaism existed among them.
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History of the Talmud l Lessons of Dr. David CONTEXT Islam Part 2 2 months ago   48:52

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