Muhammad and the Believers

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Muhammad and the Believers
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Publisher : Harvard University Press
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ISBN : 9780674064140
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Looks at the history of Islam, arguing that its origins began with the "Believers" movement that emphasized strict monotheism and righteous behavior that included both Christians and Jews in its early years.

Muhammad and the Believers

Looks at the history of Islam, arguing that its origins began with the "Believers" movement that emphasized strict monotheism and righteous behavior that included both Christians and Jews in its early years.

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Muhammad and the Believers

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