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Old 06-18-2011, 05:48 PM
 
Location: Saudi Arabia
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700 Jewish men executed and Muhammad gave the final ok....

Yeah he is a man of peace.....

what you said totally WRONG, all these jewish men executed by judge the torah your book , was not muhammed's judge

these jewish Rejected the judge of Islam, which was Forgive about them but their hatred was made refused that and asked for the rule of the Torah, which was the kill


 
Old 06-18-2011, 05:51 PM
 
Location: Phoenix
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and the pig may not lay with the weasel, thou porkster hath provoked the great one, praise and blessings be upon him, and shall be smited and smoted and probably smoked over a open pit grill.
 
Old 06-18-2011, 05:55 PM
 
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what you said totally WRONG, all these jewish men executed by judge the torah your book , was not muhammed's judge

these jewish Rejected the judge of Islam, which was Forgive about them but their hatred was made refused that and asked for the rule of the Torah, which was the kill
Muhammad: Legacy of a Prophet . Muhammad and Jews of Medina | PBS

As a siege began, the Banu Qurayza nervously awaited further developments. Learning of their intention to defect and realizing the grave danger this posed, Muhammad initiated diplomatic efforts to keep the Banu Qurayza on his side. Little progress was made. In the third week of the siege, the Banu Qurayza signaled their readiness to act against Muhammad, although they demanded that the Meccans provide them with hostages first, to ensure that they wouldn't be abandoned to face Muhammad alone. Yet that is exactly what happened. The Meccans, nearing exhaustion themselves, refused to give the Banu Qurayza any hostages. Not long after, cold, heavy rains set in, and the Meccans gave up the fight and marched home, to the horror and dismay of the Banu Qurayza.

The Muslims now commenced a 25-day siege against the Banu Qurazya's fortress. Finally, both sides agreed to arbitration. A former ally of the Banu Qurayza, an Arab chief named Sa'd ibn Muadh, now a Muslim, was chosen as judge. Sa'd, one of the few casualties of battle, would soon die of his wounds. If the earlier tribal relations had been in force, he would have certainly spared the Banu Qurayza. His fellow chiefs urged him to pardon these former allies, but he refused. In his view, the Banu Qurayza had attacked the new social order and failed to honor their agreement to protect the town. He ruled that all the men should be killed. Muhammad accepted his judgment, and the next day, according to Muslim sources, 700 men of the Banu Qurayza were executed. Although Sa'd judged according to his own views, his ruling coincides with Deuteronomy 20:12-14.



It is not incorrect, Muhammad gave the final ok to the executions. He could have stopped them but he didn't...

Their blood is on his hands....
 
Old 06-18-2011, 06:32 PM
 
Location: Saudi Arabia
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Muhammad: Legacy of a Prophet . Muhammad and Jews of Medina | PBS

As a siege began, the Banu Qurayza nervously awaited further developments. Learning of their intention to defect and realizing the grave danger this posed, Muhammad initiated diplomatic efforts to keep the Banu Qurayza on his side. Little progress was made. In the third week of the siege, the Banu Qurayza signaled their readiness to act against Muhammad, although they demanded that the Meccans provide them with hostages first, to ensure that they wouldn't be abandoned to face Muhammad alone. Yet that is exactly what happened. The Meccans, nearing exhaustion themselves, refused to give the Banu Qurayza any hostages. Not long after, cold, heavy rains set in, and the Meccans gave up the fight and marched home, to the horror and dismay of the Banu Qurayza.

The Muslims now commenced a 25-day siege against the Banu Qurazya's fortress. Finally, both sides agreed to arbitration. A former ally of the Banu Qurayza, an Arab chief named Sa'd ibn Muadh, now a Muslim, was chosen as judge. Sa'd, one of the few casualties of battle, would soon die of his wounds. If the earlier tribal relations had been in force, he would have certainly spared the Banu Qurayza. His fellow chiefs urged him to pardon these former allies, but he refused. In his view, the Banu Qurayza had attacked the new social order and failed to honor their agreement to protect the town. He ruled that all the men should be killed. Muhammad accepted his judgment, and the next day, according to Muslim sources, 700 men of the Banu Qurayza were executed. Although Sa'd judged according to his own views, his ruling coincides with Deuteronomy 20:12-14.



It is not incorrect, Muhammad gave the final ok to the executions. He could have stopped them but he didn't...

Their blood is on his hands....


do you want muhammed peace be upon him rejec to Torah's judge and stop it!!! it was your judge

yes he was accepted of "sad bin moath" cause that In all religions\ Cultures was\is a penalty of a traitor the Execution

even today, the international law executes the traitor
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