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Submitted by JustMe (United States), Mar 16, 2006 at 18:07

So according to your version, there was no surrender. The Bani-Qurayza broke a treaty by helping other exiled Jews with food and supplies and stocking up on weapons in order to 'more than likely' sneak attack the defenseless Muslim's weak side. I don't know, Another One. Sounds like these Bani-Qurayza were correct -- They needed more weapons against such a ruthless warrior.

How can this be so different than what I read and everyone else read, seeing as I quoted from your own sources?
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