A Study in Tolerance: As Practiced by Muhammad and His Immediate Successors ebook
by Adolph L. Wismar
by. Wismar, Adolph Louis, 1884-.
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Published also as thesis (P. ) Columbia University, 1927.
A study in tolerance as practiced by Muhammad and his immediate succes. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Published also as thesis (P. Reprint of the 1927 ed. published by Columbia University Press. Includes bibliographical references and index. Contributions to Oriental history and philology - no. 13, Contributions to Oriental history and philology - no. 13. The Physical Object.
As Practiced by Muhammad and his Immediate Successors. Truly a book before its time, Wismar’s question has special relevance in our post 9-11 world. By Adolph L. Wismar . Intrigued by the question of what Islam really teaches about tolerance of other faiths, Wismar went back to the primary sources - the Quran and the Caliphs - to determine what Muhammad originally taught on the issue. Not surprisingly, the unfolding viewpoint is complex. A STUDY IN TOLERANCE AS PRACTICED BY MUHAMMAD AND HIS IMMEDIATE SUCCESSORS (page 7). FOREWORD (page 9). CONTENTS (page 11).
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Wismar, A. A Study in Tolerance as Practiced by Muhammad and His Immediate Successors. Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics, "Persecution (Muhammadan)"; "Toleration (Muhammadan).
For the book by Wilferd Madelung, see The Succession to Muhammad . Overview and history of the succession to Muhammad, the original split between Shias and Sunnis. The succession to Muhammad is the central issue that split the Muslim community into several divisions in the first century of Islamic history, the most prominent among these sects being the Shia and Sunni branches of Islam. Shia Islam holds that Ali ibn Abi Talib was the appointed successor to the Islamic prophet Muhammad as head of the community. Sunni Islam maintains Abu Bakr to be the first leader after Muhammad on the basis of election.
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Shias believe that Muhammad named his successor, Ali, at Ghadir . The ansar (helpers of Muhammad and the muhajirun) held a meeting to discuss choosing a new leader of their part of the community.
The two groups also disagree on Ali's attitude towards Abu Bakr and the two caliphs who succeeded him: Umar and Uthman ibn Affan. Muhammad asked permission from his other wives to spend his last days with Aisha.