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The Muslim judge in the Ayodhya dispute reminds Muslims of Hudaybyah (via Dikgaj’s Weblog)


I find that it was Muhammad who first broke the Treaty of Hudaybiyya, not the Meccans who are usually blamed via for the event years later. Muhammad ended up not honoring his word. The fact that he did return some dowry money does not mitigate his actions of not returning the women and not keeping his word. Once again, Muhammad has another convenient “revelation”, and God gets stuck with the blame.

http://www.answering-islam.org/Silas/hudaybiyya.htm

MUHAMMAD BREAKS HIS WORD AND THE TREATY OF HUDAYBIYYA

Later, other Meccans came to Muhammad and according to the Treaty asked Muhammad to return some women. Muhammad refused to honor his word and the Treaty. Instead he had the Muslims return any dowries that were given to the women.

“Umm Kulthum Uqba Muayt migrated to the apostle during this period. Her two brothers Umara and Walid sons of Uqba came and asked the apostle to return her to them in accordance with the agreement between him and Quraysh at Hudaybiyya, but he would not. God forbade it……Sirat page 509.

The Sunan of Abu Dawud in volume 2, #2759 says:

“….Thereafter some believing women who were immigrants came. (Allah sent down: O ye who believe when believing women come to you as emigrants). Allah most high forbade them to send them back, but ordered them to restore the dower.”

Muhammad claimed that now God allowed him to break the Treaty, stating the conditions were only a test of the Muslim women‘s faith. Once again, Muhammad has a convenient “revelation” justifying his actions [see Sura 60:10]. Once again, Muhammad puts the responsibility on God’s shoulders for his sin, i.e., allowing him to break his word

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