Isis persecution of Christians not justified by Prophet Mohammed’s teachings, says study

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Mosque of Medina, first built by the Prophet Muhammad himself, soon after his migration to Medina in 622 CE

Source: The Independent

By Kayleigh Lewis

Previously untranslated writings by the Prophet Mohammed can act as ‘a kind of medicine to cure the diseases of Islamic extremism and Islamophobia’

The persecution of Christians in the so-called Islamic State is not justified by Prophet Mohammed’s writings, according to research.

The study into the works of the Muslim prophet written between 622 and 632 AD indicates Christians living within the “ummah” – Arabic for community – were protected and defended.

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