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First victims of Islam were indeed Meccans

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Submitted by Prashant, Mar 16, 2018 at 01:04

Dear Dr Pipes, I think there is a lot of evidence that the first victims of Islam were the local inhabitants of the region where Islam was founded. Mohammad signed convenient treaties with them and he broke those treaties for his advantage at the times that most suited to his religious-cum-political group. That is why I have long believed that Mecca should be returned to non-Muslims inhabitants of that region.

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