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The tyranny, Boycott | #WhoIsMohammad PBUH

The Hidden Prestige



The conversion of Hamza bin Abdul Muttalib and Umar bin Alkhattab had a profound effect on the situation of the early Muslims, but the Quraysh persisted upon the religion of their fore fathers and began making plans to stop the prophet peace be upon him from continuing his mission.

After multiple failed attempts of stopping the prophet peace be upon him from preaching Islam, the Quraysh decided to boycott him and his tribesmen. They all swore not to have any business interactions with Bani Hashim and Bani Muttalib. They even stopped marrying from their tribes and broke all their relations with them. A parchment regarding the boycott was written down and hung in the Ka’bah. All children, women, old and even sick of Bani Hashim and Muttalib were forced to retire to the narrow pass (Shib Abi Talib) in the outskirts of Makkah. The siege started in the…

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2 thoughts on “The tyranny, Boycott | #WhoIsMohammad PBUH

  1. Individual and Society

    I believe in the formula that differentiates the possible and the impossible. At the individual level you can think and do what you want to, as there is no one to prevent you from doing so. But when it comes to the society or state, there are two parties: one is you and the second comprises those who make up the society. Thus, if you want to follow the ideal in your individual life, you can do so without facing any obstacle. But if you try to change the society or state, that is bound to create confrontation with others. In this sense, imposing a particular ideal on society is impossible. Because although you seek to establish an ideal system, the result would be conflict and violence. Therefore, if you want to opt for change in society or state, then you are involving yourself in an impossible endeavour. To make social change a reality, social will is necessary. If society is not willing to accept the change, you cannot enforce or implement your system on it, because that would lead to opposition and conflict. If you want society to change, you will first have to create social will in favour of your system through peacefully educating people. If there is no social will to accept your system, then practical change cannot be brought about at all.

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