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To Susan: Banu Nadir and Battle Of Khaybar - Present will be past soon so be just

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Submitted by Syed Rafey Husain (Pakistan), Jul 2, 2007 at 08:31

please explain to me why your ...god must have slaves... and how that is holy.

Where did you get this idea. Refer to Ayah from Quran.

Did he speak softly and justly even when beheading the jews of khaibar?

Dear Susan, I know it is difficult, but not for those who believe in life here after. For you and me it utmost necessary that we stay just even if it hurts our own respected father, beloved brother or loving sister.

Dear Susan, you already knew that Jews (specifically Banu Nadir) of Madina had a contract with Prophet Mohammad (Peace be upon him) that they will fight shoulder to shoulder if any outside attack took place.

They broke the contract and didn't fight in the battle of Uhad. Prophet Mohammad (Peace be upon him) were defeated in battle of Uhad and out of many other reasons breakage of Banu Nadir contract was the reason of this defeat.

And dear Susan, you will already know that Prophet Mohammad (Peace be upon him) expelled Banu Nadir from Madina and many of the Banu Nadir went to Khaybar. And you must remember Battle of the Trench that took place Battle of the Khaybar.

Battle of the Trench was fought between Prophet Mohammad (Peace be upon him) and coalition of Jews at Khaybar and Qureish.

You will already know the details so I am not going to provide you all.

But the point is all events in history are caused by some kind of injustice from one side or another. As present will be past soon, now it your and mine responsibility to surrender to One True God and think of life here after more. And we do justice in our matters and words.

This is the only way to calm down reactive souls.

My love to you.

Syed Rafey Husain
Karachi, Pakistan
Blog: http://blog.360.yahoo.com/syedrafey


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