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先知穆罕默德

1400年以前, 一个目不识丁的麦加商人走进历史的卷幅, 从而改变了整个世界. 他冥冥中得到了神的启示, 成为了真主的信使, 创立了现今世界三大宗教之一伊斯兰教, 他就是先知穆罕默德.






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Muhammad’s clan, like Arabs all across the Arabian Peninsula, would share the stories that had been told and retold for generations.

 

Pre-Islamic-Arabian civilization was largely an oral culture, and with tremendous respect for and admiration for people who could express themselves orally and especially those who could recite poetry almost at the drop of a hat. Some of the most important people in the tribe were the poets. As they sang of the glory of the tribe, they told the story of the tribe.

 

To the Bedouin, the word had a mystical importance. Poets linked the tribe to its ancestors and celebrated values older than memory. Poetry was the sinew that bound the Bedouin together, celebrating their victories, lamenting their defeats.

 

The poems themselves like the poems of Homer, both celebrate this great heroic ethos, and yet intimate in the deepest way, the tragedy that this war, this ethos of constant tribal warfare, brings to people.

 

Warfare and conflict were the grim realities of a dangerous time. Muhammad's uncle taught him the skills he’d need to survive in a world where even a prophet would wield a bow and arrow.

 

In a wilderness punished by the elements and bereft of water, rivalry over a single well could provoke a blood feud for generations.

 

A real rivalry, real battle, even sometimes quite bloody, so the allegiance of individuals was to the family, immediately and at a larger extent to the tribe.

 

Without the tribe's protection, no one could endure. Scattered across the peninsula were countless factions, all embroiled in bitter struggles, each defending its precious grazing lands, trade routes, and most importantly its wells.

 

Well, you have to understand that most of the lands are dry and so water is something that everyone always considers precious.

 

For those of us in climates that are more heavily watered, it's difficult to understand the depth and the centrality of the symbol of water in societies that are desert and in which it only rains once or twice a year and in which a little water makes a difference between life and death.

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homework

Muhammad’s clan, like Adam’s all the across Arabian peninsula which share the story that has been told and retold for generations. Islamic Arabian civilization was largely oral culture, and was tremendous respect for and admiration for people who could express themselves orally, especially those who could recite poetry almost ?. Some of the most important people in the tribe were the poets. They sang of the glory of the tribe. They told the story of the tribe.

To the ?, the world had a mystical importance. Poets links the tribe to its ancestors, and celebrated the values and memory. Poetry was the ? bound the together, celebrating the victories and lamenting the defeats.

The poems themselves like the poems of Homer. Both celebrate the great heroic thoughts. They are intimate in the deepest way. The tragedy, this is what he thought the constant tribal warfare brings to people.

Warfares and conflicts were the great reality of the dangerous time. Muhammad’s uncle taught him the skills he needs to survive. In the war world, even the prophet will wield a bow and an arrow.

In a world punished by the elements ? water, rivalry of a single world  would provoke ? for the generations.

A real rivalry, a real battle, sometimes quite bloody. So the allegiance of individuals was to the family immediately and to a large extent, to the tribe.

Without the tribe’s protection, no one could endure. Scattered across the peninsula were countless ? or embroidered battles and struggles. Each defending its precious grazing lands, trade routes, and most importantly, its worlds.

You have to admitted that most of the lands are dry, and water is something that everyone always considers precious. For most of us, climate that are more heavily water. It’s difficult to understand in depth and ? the symbol of water and society, a desert in which it rains only twice a year, and in which only water makes difference between life and death.

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Muhammad’s clan, like Adam’s all the across Arabian peninsula which share the story that has been told and retold for generations. Islamic Arabian civilization was largely oral culture, and was tremendous respect for and admiration for people who could express themselves orally, especially those who could recite poetry almost at a drop of a hat. Some of the most important people in the tribe were the poets. They sang of the glory of the tribe. They told the story of the tribe.

To the ?, the world had a mystical importance. Poets linked the tribe to its ancestors, and celebrated the values of the oldest memory. Poetry was the ? bound the together, celebrating the victories and lamenting the defeats.

The poems themselves like the poems of Homer. Both celebrate the great heroic thoughts. They are intimate in the deepest way. The tragedy, this is what he thought the constant tribal warfare brings to people.

Warfares and conflicts were the great reality of the dangerous time. Muhammad’s uncle taught him the skills he needs to survive. In the war world, even the prophet will wield a bow and an arrow.

In a world punished by the elements raft of  water, rivalry of a single world  would provoke a blood field for  generations.

A real rivalry, a real battle, sometimes quite bloody. So the allegiance of individuals was to the family immediately and to a large extent, to the tribe.

Without the tribe’s protection, no one could endure. Scattered across the peninsula were countless factions or embroidered battles and struggles. Each defending its precious grazing lands, trade routes, and most importantly, its worlds.

You have to admit that most of the lands are dry, and so water is something that everyone always considers precious. For most of us, climates that are more heavily water. It’s difficult to understand in depth and ? the symbol of water and society, a desert in which it only rains once or twice a year, and in which a little water makes difference between life and death.

[ 本帖最后由 ziyuan0604 于 2008-4-11 11:48 编辑 ]
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Muhammad’s clan, like Arab’s all cross the Arabian peninsula would share the story that has been told and retold for generations. Islamic Arabian civilization was largely oral culture, and was tremendous respect for and admiration for people who could express themselves orally, especially those who could recite poetry almost the drafts they had. Some of the most important people in the tribe were the poets. They sang of the glory of the tribe. They told the story of the tribe.

To the Bedouin, the world had a mystical importance. Poets links the tribe to its ancestors, and celebrated values of old memory. Poetry was seen using bound the /together, celebrating their victories,lamenting their defeats.

The poems themselves like the poems of Homer. Both celebrate this great grolier peace source,and yet intimate in the deepest way. The tragedy,there,um.. this is what he thought the constant tribal warfare brings to people.

Warfares and conflicts were the great reality of the dangerous time. Muhammad’s uncle taught him the skills he needs to survive. In a word, well,even the prophet will wield a bow and an arrow.

In a rudeness punished by the elements sent erupt water, rivalry over a single well could provoke blood feud for generations.

A real rivalry, a real battle, sometimes quite bloody. So the allegiance of individuals was to the family immediately and at a large ascend to the tribe.

Without the tribe’s protection, no one could endure. Scattered across the peninsula were countless factions or embroil in bitter struggles. Each defending its precious grazing lands, trade routes, and most importantly, its wells.

You have to admitted that most of the lands are dry, and water is something that everyone always considers precious. For most of us, climate that are more heavily water. It’s difficult to understand in depth and centrality the symbol of water and society, a desert in which it rains only twice a year, and in which only water makes difference between life and death.


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Muhammad's clan, like Arab's all of the ^^^,would share the stories which been told and retold for generations. ^^^^was large than all culture, and was respect for Amorite for people who could respect themselves early, especially those who reside poetry almost drive of head.Some of most important people in the tribe have the poetry,they sing the glory of the tribe, they told the story of the tribe. To the Bedouin, the world had missed clean potence. Poems, links the tribes to existents, and celibrate the value of the memory.Poetris, was the sinuate the band of the Bedouin together, celibrating the victories, laminting that they faces. The poems themselves like the poems of Homer,both celibrate these great ^^^^ us, and they intimate in a deepest way, the tragedy that this would would save us if const tribe war fail, abrased people. War failed that conflicts, with great reactives of dangerous time,Muhammad's uncle told him the skills that he need to survive,and world well even a prophet will boan and ^^^^. And world ^^^us punished by the Arabians send the water ,river way over a sigle well,could build up blood flewed for generations. A rill, river rill,rill better sometimes quite bledy, so their ligeance of individial was to the family, immediatly,and at a large estancia to the tribe. Without the tribe's protection, no one could enjoy.^^^most important of its wells. Well you^^^ most of time to drive,and so water is something it's own everyone's considers pretures. For those of us climes more heavy of water,it's difficult to understand the death and sentrality of the simply of water and societies, that in desert it rains only twice a year,and in which a little water make differences between life and death.
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Homework

 

Muhammadl's clan like Arab's all-across the Arabian  Peninsula would share the stories that have been told and retold for generations. For Islamic Arabian  civilization was largely in oral culture and was tremendous respect for admiration for people who could express themselves orally and especially those who could recite poetry almost at the drop of a hat.  Some of the most important people in the tribe were the poet It was they are saying of the glory of the tribe. They told the story of the tribe.

 

To the Bedouin the world had a mystical importance. Poets, linked the tribe to its ancestors and celebrated values owed them the memory. Poetry was of the sinew that bound the Bedouin together, celebrating their victories, lamenting their defeats .


The poems themselves like the poems of homer, both celebrate this greater role of ethos and they had intimate in the deepest way, the tragedy that this war, this ethos of constant  tribal warfare  are brings to people.  

 

War fedom conflict was a grim relativities of the dangerous time. Muhammadl's uncle told him the skills he'd need to survive in a world where even a prophet would wield a bow and arrow.

 

In a wordiness punished by the elements an bereft of water, the rivalry over a single whirl could provoke a blood field for generations. 

 

A real rivalry, real battles and sometimes quite bloody. So their agency of individuals was to the family, immediately and at a large extent to the tribe.

 

Without the tribe's protection, no one could endure. Scattered cross the peninsula were countless factions. Bow and browd and bitter struggles, each defending its precious grazing lands, trade roots, and most importantly, its whirls.

 

Well, you have to understand in most of the lands are dry and so water is some thing that's everyone always considers precious.

 

For those of us in climates that are more heavily watered, it's difficult to understand the depth and the centrality of the symbol of water in societies that are desert and in which it only rains once or twice a year and in which a little water makes a difference between life and death.

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Muhammadl's clan like Arab's all-across the Arabian  Peninsula would share the stories that have been told and retold for generations. Pre-Islamic-Arabian  civilization was largely / oral culture and was tremendous respect for and admiration for people who could express themselves orally and especially those who could recite poetry almost at the drop of a hat.  Some of the most important people in the tribe were the poets. It was they are saying of the glory of the tribe. They told the story of the tribe.

 

To the Bedouin the word had a mystical importance. Poets, links the tribe to its ancestors and celebrated values ode the memory. Poetry was / the sinew that bound the Bedouin together, celebrating their victories, lamenting their defeats .


The poems themselves like the poems of Homer, both celebrate this great heroic ethos and they had intimate in the deepest way, the tragedy that this war, this ethos of constant  tribal warfare  are brings to people.  

 

Warfare and conflicts were the grim realities of a dangerous time. Muhammadl's uncle taught him the skills he'd need to survive in a world where even a prophet would wield a bow and arrow.

 

In a wildness punished by the element sand bereft of water, the rivalry over a single well could provoke a blood feud for generations. 

 

A real rivalry, real battles and sometimes quite bloody. So their allegiance of individuals was to the family, immediately and at a large extent to the tribe.

 

Without the tribe's protection, no one could endure. Scattered across the peninsula were countless factions,all embroiled in  bitter struggles, each defending its precious grazing lands, trade routes, and most importantly, its wells.

 

Well, you have to understand / most of the lands are dry and so water is some thing that's everyone always considers precious.

 

For those of us in climates that are more heavily watered, it's difficult to understand the depth and the centrality of the symbol of water in societies that are desert and in which it only rains once or twice a year and in which a little water makes a difference between life and death.

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Muhammad’s clan like Arab's all-across the Arabian Peninsula would share the stories that have been told and retold for generations. Pre-Islamic-Arabian civilization was largely oral culture and was tremendous respect for and admiration for people who could express themselves orally and especially those who could recite poetry almost at the drop of a hat.  Some of the most important people in the tribe were the poets. It was they are saying of the glory of the tribe. They told the story of the tribe.

 

To the Bedouin the word had a mystical importance. Poets linked the tribe to its ancestors and celebrated values ode of the memory. Poetry was the sinew that bound the Bedouin together, celebrating their victories, lamenting their defeats.


The poems themselves like the poems of Homer, both celebrate this great heroic ethos and they had intimate in the deepest way, the tragedy that this war, this ethos of constant  tribal warfare are bringing to people.  

 

Warfare and conflicts were the grim realities of a dangerous time. Muhammad's uncle taught him the skills he'd need to survive in a world where even a prophet would wield a bow and arrow.

 

In a wildness punished by the element sand bereft of water, the rivalry over a single well could provoke a blood feud for generations. 

 

A real rivalry, real battles and sometimes quite bloody, so their allegiance of individuals was to the family, immediately and at a large extent to the tribe.

 

Without the tribe's protection, no one could endure. Scattered across the peninsula were countless factions, all embroiled in  bitter struggles, each defending its precious grazing lands, trade routes, and most importantly its wells.

 

Well, you have to understand most of the lands are dry and so water is some thing that's everyone always considers precious.

 

For those of us in climates that are more heavily watered, it's difficult to understand the depth and the centrality of the symbol of water in societies that are desert and in which it only rains once or twice a year and in which a little water makes a difference between life and death.

 

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Muhammad’s clan like Arab's all-across the Arabian Peninsula would share the stories that had been told and retold for generations. Pre-Islamic-Arabian civilization was largely oral culture and was tremendous respect for and admiration for people who could express themselves orally and especially those who could recite poetry almost at the drop of a hat.  Some of the most important people in the tribe were the poets. It was they are saying of the glory of the tribe. They told the story of the tribe.

 

To the Bedouin the word had a mystical importance. Poets linked the tribe to its ancestors and celebrated values ode of the memory. Poetry was the sinew that bound the Bedouin together, celebrating their victories, lamenting their defeats.


The poems themselves like the poems of Homer, both celebrate this great heroic ethos and they had intimate in the deepest way, the tragedy that this war, this ethos of constant  tribal warfare are brains to people.

 

Warfare and conflict/ were the grim realities of a dangerous time. Muhammad's uncle taught him the skills he’d need to survive in a world where even a prophet would wield a bow and arrow.

 

In a wildness punished by the element sand bereft of water, the rivalry over a single well could provoke a blood feud for generations.

 

A real rivalry, a real battle/ or even sometimes quite bloody, so their allegiance of individuals was to the family, immediately and at a larger extent to the tribe.

 

Without the tribe's protection, no one could endure. Scattered across the peninsula were countless factions, all embroiled in  bitter struggles, each defending its precious grazing lands, trade routes, and most importantly its wells.

 

Well, you have to understand most of the lands are dry and so water is some thing that's everyone always considers precious.

 

For those of us in climates that are more heavily watered, it's difficult to understand the depth and the centrality of the symbol of water in societies that are desert and in which it only rains once or twice a year and in which a little water makes a difference between life and death.

 

 

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Muhammad’s clan like Arabs all-across the Arabian Peninsula would share the stories that had been told and retold for generations. Pre-Islamic-Arabian civilization was largely an oral culture, and with tremendous respect for and admiration for people who could express themselves orally and especially those who could recite poetry almost at the drop of a hat. Some of the most important people in the tribe were the poets as they sang of the glory of the tribe. They told the story of the tribe.

 

To the Bedouin the word had a mystical importance. Poets linked the tribe to its ancestors and celebrated values older than memory. Poetry was the sinew that bound the Bedouin together, celebrating their victories, lamenting their defeats.

 

The poems themselves like the poems of Homer, both celebrate this great heroic ethos, and they are intimate in the deepest way, the tragedy that this war, this ethos of constant tribal warfare, ah, brings to people.

 

Warfare and conflict were the grim realities of a dangerous time. Muhammad's uncle taught him the skills he’d need to survive in a world where even a prophet would wield a bow and arrow.

 

In a wildness punished by the element sand bereft of water, rivalry over a single well could provoke a blood feud for generations.

 

A real rivalry, a real battle, or even sometimes quite bloody, so their allegiance of individuals was to the family, immediately and at a larger extent to the tribe.

 

Without the tribe's protection, no one could endure. Scattered across the peninsula were countless factions, all embroiled in bitter struggles, each defending its precious grazing lands, trade routes, and most importantly its wells.

 

Well, you have to understand that most of the lands are dry and so water is some thing that's everyone always considers precious.

 

For those of us in climates that are more heavily watered, it's difficult to understand the depth and the centrality of the symbol of water in societies that are desert and in which it only rains once or twice a year and in which a little water makes a difference between life and death.



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Muhammad’s clan, like Arab’s all cross the Arabian peninsula would share the story that has been told and retold for generations. Islamic Arabian civilization was largely oral culture, and was tremendous respect for and admiration for people who could express themselves orally, especially those who could recite poetry almost at the drop of a hat. Some of the most important people in the tribe were the poets. They sang of the glory of the tribe. They told the story of the tribe.

To the Bedouin, the word had a mystical importance. Poets links the tribe to its ancestors, and celebrated values older than the memory. Poetry was sinew to bound the Bedouin together, celebrating their victories,lamenting their defeats.

The poems themselves like the poems of Homer. Both celebrate this great role of Aesop,and yet intimate in the deepest way. The tragedy,there,um.. this is what he thought the constant tribal warfare brings to people.

Warfares and conflicts were the grim reality of the dangerous time. Muhammad’s uncle taught him the skills he needs to survive. In a word, well,even the prophet will wield a bow and an arrow.

In a rudeness punished by the elements sent erupt water, rivalry over a single well could provoke blood feud for generations.

A real rivalry, a real battle, sometimes quite bloody. So the allegiance of individuals was to the family immediately and at larger extent to the tribe.

Without the tribe’s protection, no one could endure. Scattered across the peninsula were countless factions all embroiled in bitter struggles. Each defending its precious grazing lands, trade routes, and most importantly, its wells.

You have to admitted that most of the lands are dry, and water is something that everyone always considers precious. For those of us in climate that are more heavily watered. It’s difficult to understand in depth and centrality the symbol of water and society, a desert in which it rains only twice a year, and in which only water makes difference between life and death.

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Muhammad’s clan like Arabs all across the Arabian Peninsula would share the stories that had been told and retold for generations.

Pre-Islamic-Arabian civilization was largely an oral culture, and with tremendous respect for and admiration for people who could express themselves orally and especially those who could recite poetry almost at the drop of a hat. Some of the most important people in the tribe were the poets. As they sang of the glory of the tribe, they told the story of the tribe.
 
To the Bedouin, the word had a mystical importance. Poets linked the tribe to its ancestors and celebrated values older than memory. Poetry was the sinew that bound the Bedouin together, celebrating their victories, lamenting their defeats.
 
The poems themselves like the poems of Homer, both celebrate this great heroic ethos, and yet intimate in the deepest way, the tragedy that this war, this ethos of constant tribal warfare, brings to people.
 
Warfare and conflict were the grim realities of a dangerous time. Muhammad's uncle taught him the skills he’d need to survive in a world where even a prophet would wield a bow and arrow.
 
In a wilderness punished by the elements and bereft of water, rivalry over a single well could provoke a blood feud for generations.
 
A real rivalry, real battle, even sometimes quite bloody, so the allegiance of individuals was to the family, immediately and at a larger extent to the tribe.
 
Without the tribe's protection, no one could endure. Scattered across the peninsula were countless factions, all embroiled in bitter struggles, each defending its precious grazing lands, trade routes, and most importantly its wells.
 
Well, you have to understand that most of the lands are dry and so water is something that everyone always considers precious.
 
For those of us in climates that are more heavily watered, it's difficult to understand the depth and the centrality of the symbol of water in societies that are desert and in which it only rains once or twice a year and in which a little water makes a difference between life and death.

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Muhammad’s clan like Arabs all across the Arabian Peninsula would share the stories that have been told and retold for generations.

“Pre-Islamic Arabian civilization was largely an oral culture and with tremendous respect for and admiration for people who could express themselves orally, and especially those who could recite poetry almost at the drop of a hat. Some of the most important people in a tribe were the poets. As they sang of the glory of the tribe, they told the story of the tribe.”

To the Bedouin, the world had a mystical importance. Poets linked the tribe to its answers and celebrated values older than memory. Poetry was the sinew that bound the Bedouin together, celebrating their victories lamenting their defeats.

“The poems themselves like the pomes of Homer, both celebrate this great heroic ethos, and yet intimate in the deepest way, the tragedy that this war, this ethos of constant tribal warfare brings to people.”

Warfare and conflicts were the grim realities of a dangerous time. Muhammad’s uncle taught him the skills he’d need to survive in a world where even a prophet would wield a bow and arrow.

In a wildness punished by the elements and bereft of water, rivalry over a single well could provoke a blood feud for generations.

“A real rivalry, a real battle, even sometimes quite bloody. So the allegiance of individuals was to the family immediately and at a larger extent to the tribe.”

Without the tribe’s protection, no one could endure. Scattered across the peninsula were countless factions, all embroiled in bitter struggles, each defending its precious grazing lands, trade routes, and most importantly, its wealth.

“Well, you have to understand that most of the lands are dry, and so water is something that everyone always considers precious.”

“For those of us in climates that are more heavily watered, it’s difficult to understand the depth and the centrality of the symbol of water in societies that are deserts in which it only rains once or twice a year and in which a little water makes a difference between life and death.
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