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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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And that is the beginning of the prophetic career of Muhammad.

 

The months to come would bring more revelations, powerful words of a lyrical quality, more beautiful than the most exquisite Arabic poetry. Above all, Muhammad was to bear one message to his people, a simple yet radical proclamation that there is only one God.

 

The central tenet of Islam is the one as the indivisible unity of God, not something that is simply that one pays lip service to, but something that is absolutely the most important concept.

 

Divine unity is more than saying God is, there is only one God and there aren’t other deities. It’s only thinking about one thing. So to be thinking about possessions, to be thinking about status, to be thinking about power are all intellectual idols.

 

The implications were staggering. One God meant one people, no more tribal divisions. To the poor and unprotected, the prospect was revolutionary.

 

(It) seems to me that one of the most important things in his early teaching that isn't often talked about is the strong social justice message that he delivered. In Mecca of the time, there was an increasing separation between the haves and have-nots. He insisted that this was not to be and that we should share the wealth and it was the social justice message that I think that really got him a hearing among many of the folks.

 

So coming with Islam, it was a new order, a new way of life, and that was a beautiful way of life because everybody was equal, black, white, men, women, children, so it had  that type of a universal appeal which I think was the reason why Islam spread so rapidly.

 

Many were moved by Muhammad’s message, as he began to speak out in the community.

 

It had the suppleness and symbolic depth of the great pre-Islamic poems that had been created by this people, and that had given this people in Arabia such an extraordinary ear for verbal expression, where verbal expression was the commanding cultural force. Some people call him a poet. And there is a chronic sura, basically saying Muhammad is not a poet. Poets speak through desire. This is not the voice of desire. This is the voice of God.

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That is the beginning of the prophet career Muhammad .The month to come would bring more revolutions, powerful words of a literal quality, more beautiful than the most exquisite at a big poetry. Above all, Muhammad was to bear one message to his people, a simple yet radical propulsion that there is only one god. The simple tentative of this long is one of the indivisible unity of god ,not something that is simply one place to look forward to, but something that is absolutely the most important concept. The fine unity is more than saying god is **only one god**other **. It is only thinking about one thing. So to be thinking about possessions is to be thinking about studies, to be thinking about power or all intellectual idols. The implication is staggering. One god meant one people, no more trifle divisions to be pot that unprotected, the prospect was revolutionary. Since ** one of the most important things is early teaching that is often talked about is the strong social justice the message that’s deliberate . In matter of the time, there is a increasing separation between the haves and have-nots insisted that this was not to be show the wealth and with the social justice message that I think really got the among many .so coming with Islam, it was a new order, new way of life, and that is a beautiful way of time because everybody was equal, like white ,man ,women, children, so it has that time a universal appeal which I think was the reason why Islam spread so rapidly. Many were moved by Muhammad’s message, as he began to speak out at the community. If had been the ***, and symbolic depth of the great pre-Islamic poems that had been created by these people. And that has gaven these people in such an extraordinary year per verbal expression. When verbal expression was the commanding culture force, some people called them a poet. The chronic s** basically saying Muhammad is not a poet. Poet speaks through desire, this is not the voice of desire, this is the voice of god.

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And that was the beginning of the prophetic career of Muhammad. The months to come would bring more revelations, powerful words of a lyrical quality, more beautiful than the most exquisite Arabic poetry. Above all, Muhammad was to bear one message to his people, a simple yet radical proclamation that there is only one God.

 

The central turn of Islam is the one is the invisible unity of God, not something that is simply one pays lip service to, but something that is absolutely the most important concept.

 

If our unity is more than saying God is only one God, and there are not other Deities, it’s only thinking about one thing. So to be thinking about possessions, to be thinking about status, to be thinking about power are all intellectual idols.

 

The implications were staggering. One God meant one people, no more tribal divisions. To the poor and unprotected, the prospect was revolutionary.

 

It seems to me one of the most important things in his early teaching that isn’t often talked about is the strong social justice message that he delivered. And in Mecca of the time, there was increasing separation between the haves and have-nots. He insisted that this was not to be, and we should share the wealth, and it was the social justice message that I think really got him hearing among many of the folks.

 

So coming with Islam, it was a new order, a new way of life. And it was a beautiful way of life because everybody was equal, black, white, men, women, children. So he had that type of universal appeal which I think is the reason why Islam spread so rapidly.

 

Many were moved by Muhammad’s message as he began to speak out in the community.

 

It had be suppleness and symbolic depths of the pre-Islamic poems that had been created by this people and had given to this people in Arabia such an extraordinary ear for verbal expression, for verbal expression was the commanding cultural force. Some people call him a poet, and there is a chronic song that basically saying Muhammad is not a poet, poets speak through desire, this is not the voice of desire, this is the voice of God.

 

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That is the beginning of the prophet career of Muhammad .The month to come would bring more revolutions, powerful words of a literal quality, more beautiful than the most exquisite at a big poetry. Above all, Muhammad was to bear one message to his people, a simple yet radical prompt nation that there is only one god.

 

The simple tentative of this long is one of the indivisible unity of god ,not something that is simply one place to look service to, but something that is absolutely the most important concept.

 

The fine unity is more than saying god is the only one god there are no other daddies. It is only thinking about one thing. So to be thinking about possessions is to be thinking about studies, to be thinking about power or all intellectual idols. The implications were staggering. One god meant one people, no more trifle divisions to the poor and unprotected, the prospect was revolutionary. Since merely one of the most important things is early teaching that isn't often talked about is the strong social justice the 删去) message that he deliberate . In matter of the time, there is a increasing separation between the haves and have-nots insisted that this was not to be share the wealth and with the social justice message that I think really got the among many folks. So coming with Islam, it was a new order, new way of life, and that was a beautiful way of time because everybody was equal, like black, white, man, women, children, so it has that time a universal appeal which I think was the reason why Islam spread so rapidly.

 

Many were moved by Muhammad’s message, as he began to speak out at the community.

 

If had been some honors and symbolic depth of the great pre-Islamic poems that had been created by these people. And that has given these people in such an extraordinary year per verbal expression. When verbal expression was the commanding culture force.

 

Some people call him a poet. The chronic sorrow, basically saying Muhammad is not a poet. Poet speaks for desire, this is not the voice of desire, this is the voice of God.

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And that is the beginning of the prophetic career of Muhammad .

 

The months to come would bring more revolutions, powerful words of a literal quality, more beautiful than the most exquisite at a big poetry. Above all, Muhammad was to bear one message to his people, a simple yet radical prompt nation that there is only one God.

 

The sinful term of Islam is the one of the indivisible unity of god ,not something that is simply one place to look service to, but something that is absolutely the most important concept.

 

Divine unity is more than saying god is the only one god there are no other daddies. It is only thinking about one thing. So to be thinking about possessions, to be thinking about status, to be thinking about power or all intellectual idols.

 

The implication was staggering. One god meant one people, no more tribal divisions, to the poor and unprotected, the prospect was revolutionary.

 

Since merely one of the most important things of, in his early teaching that isn't often talked about is the strong social justice  message that he delivered. In matter of the time, there was an  increasing separation between the haves and have-nots. He insisted that this was not to be enough, we should share the wealth and with the social justice message and I think that really got the * among many of the folks.

 

So coming with Islam, it was a new order, a new way of life, and that was a beautiful way of life because everybody was equal, / black, white, men, women, children, so it had at that time a universal appeal which I think was the reason why Islam spreads so rapidly.

 

Many were moved by Muhammad’s message, as he began to speak out in the community.

 

It had the subtleness and symbolic depth of the great pre-Islamic poems that had been created by these people, and that had given these people in Arabia such an extraordinary ear for verbal expression, where verbal expression was the commanding culture force.

 

Some people call him a poet. And there is a chronic sorrow, basically saying Muhammad is not a poet. Poet speaks through desire, this is not the voice of desire, this is the voice of God.

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And that is the beginning of the prophetic career of Muhammad .

 

The months to come would bring more revolutions, powerful words of a literal quality, more beautiful than the most exquisite at a big poetry. Above all, Muhammad was to bear one message to his people, a simple yet radical prompt nation that there is only one God.

 

The central tenet of Islam is the one is the indivisible unity of god ,not something that is simply one place to look service to, but something that is absolutely the most important concept.

 

Divine unity is more than saying god is the only one god there are no other daddies. It is only thinking about one thing. So to be thinking about possessions, to be thinking about status, to be thinking about power or all intellectual idols.

 

The implication was staggering. One god meant one people, no more tribal divisions, to the poor and unprotected, the prospect was revolutionary.

 

Seems to me that one of the most important things of, in his early teaching that isn't often talked about is the strong social justice  message that he delivered. In Mecca of the time, there was an  increasing separation between the haves and have-nots. He insisted that this was not to be enough, we should share the wealth and with the social justice message and I think that really got the him hearing among many of the folks.

 

So coming with Islam, it was a new order, a new way of life, and that was a beautiful way of life because everybody was equal, / black, white, men, women, children, so it had at that time a universal appeal which I think was the reason why Islam spreads so rapidly.

 

Many were moved by Muhammad’s message, as he began to speak out in the community.

 

It had the suppleness and symbolic depth of the great pre-Islamic poems that had been created by these people, and that had given these people in Arabia such an extraordinary ear for verbal expression, where verbal expression was the commanding culture force.

 

Some people call him a poet. And there is a chronic sorrow, basically saying Muhammad is not a poet. Poet speaks through desire, this is not the voice of desire, this is the voice of God

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And that is the beginning of the prophetic career of Muhammad . The months to come would bring more revolutions, powerful words of a lylical quality, more beautiful than the most exquisite Arabic poetry. Above all, Muhammad was to bear one message to his people, a simple yet radical proclamation that there is only one God. The central tenet of Islam is the oneness, the indivisible unity of god ,not something that is simply the one ??, but something that is absolutely the most important concept. Divine unity is more than saying God is the only one God, there are no other deities. It's only thinking about one thing. So to be thinking about possessions, to be thinking about status, to be thinking about power or all intellectual idols. The implications were staggering. One God meant one people, no more tribal divisions. To the poor and unprotected, the prospect was revolutionary. (It) seems to me that one of the most important things of, in his early teaching, that isn't, isn't often talked about is the strong social justice message that he delivered. In Mecca of the time, there was an increasing separation between the haves and have-nots. He insisted that this was not to be enough, we should share the wealth and with the social justice message that I think it really got him hearing among many of the folks. So coming with Islam, it was a new order, a new way of life, and it was a beautiful way of life because everybody was equal, black, white, men, women, children, so it had that type of universal appeal which I think was the reason why Islam spreads so rapidly. Many were moved by Muhammad's message, as he began to speak out in the community. It had the suppleness and symbolic depth of the great pre-Islamic poems that had been created by these people, and that had given these people in Arabia such an extraordinary ear for verbal expression, where verbal expression was the commanding cultural force. Some people call him a poet. And there is a chronic sorra, basically saying Muhammad is not a poet. Poets speak through desire. This is not the voice of desire. This is the voice of God.
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And that is the beginning of the prophetic career of Muhammad .

 

The months to come would bring more revelations, powerful words of lytical(听不出但觉得不是literal) quality, more beautiful than the most exquisite Arabic poetry. Above all, Muhammad was to bear one message to his people, a simple yet radical proclamation that there is only one God.

 

The central tenet of Islam is the one is the indivisible unity of god ,not something that is simply one place  *service to, but something that is absolutely the most important concept.

 

Divine unity is more than saying god is the only one god there are no other deities. It is only thinking about one thing. So to be thinking about possessions, to be thinking about status, to be thinking about power or all intellectual idols.

 

The implication was staggering. One god meant one people, no more tribal divisions, to the poor and unprotected, the prospect was revolutionary.

 

Seems to me that one of the most important things of, in his early teaching that isn't often talked about is the strong social justice  message that he delivered. In Mecca of the time, there was an  increasing separation between the haves and have-nots. He insisted that this was not to be enough, we should share the wealth and with the social justice message and I think that really got him hearing among many of the folks.

 

So coming with Islam, it was a new order, a new way of life, and that was a beautiful way of life because everybody was equal, / black, white, men, women, children, so it had at that time a universal appeal which I think was the reason why Islam spreads so rapidly.

 

Many were moved by Muhammad’s message, as he began to speak out in the community.

 

It had the suppleness and symbolic depth of the great pre-Islamic poems that had been created by these people, and that had given these people in Arabia such an extraordinary ear for verbal expression, where verbal expression was the commanding culture force.

 

Some people call him a poet. And there is a chronic sorrow, basically saying Muhammad is not a poet. Poet speaks through desire, this is not the voice of desire, this is the voice of God

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HW And now this is the beginning of the Prophet Muhammad. The months to come would bring more revelation. Powerful words of lirycal quality, more beautiful than the most exist Arabic poetry. Above all, Muhammad was to bear one message to his people, a simple yet radical procliamation“that day is only one god”. The* of Islam is the one is the indivisual unitive god. Not something that is simply one looks* but something that is absolutely the most imortant concept. Devine community is more than same god than other deities, is only thingking about one thing. So to be thinking about possesions, to be thinking about status, to be thinking about power are all intellectual idols. The implications was*, “one god meant one people, no more tribal divisions”. To the poor and unprotected, the prospect was revolutuionary. It seems to me one the most important things of in the early teaching is that talk about its strong social justice message it delivered. In that of time, it was a inceasing between have and have-nots, he insist that this was not to be and we should share the wealth, and with the social justice message that I think he really got the hearing among many folks. So coming with Islam, it was a new order, a new way of life. And that was beautiful way of life because every body was equal, black, white,man, woman, children. So for that time it had a universal appeal, which I think it was a reason why Islam spread so rapidly. Many were moved by Muhammad’s message as he began to speak out on the community. It had be * and simbiotic gap for the great poems that had been created by these people and had given these people in Aribian such extrordinary ear for verbal expression, verbal the commanding culture force. Some people call him a poet, and the chronic song basibally say that Muhammad is not a poet, poet speak for desire, this was not voice of desire, this was voice of god.
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And that is the beginning of the prophetic career of Muhammad.

 

The months to come would bring more revelations, powerful words of lyrical(不确定,但感觉这个人的/r/音都不太准的) quality, more beautiful than the most exquisite Arabic poetry. Above all, Muhammad was to bear one message to his people, a simple yet radical proclamation that there is only one God.

 

The central tenet of Islam is the one is the indivisible unity of god, not something that is simply one place lip service to, but something that is absolutely the most important concept.

 

Divine unity is more than saying God is the only one God there are no other Deities. It’s only thinking about one thing. So to be thinking about possessions, to be thinking about status, to be thinking about power or all intellectual idols.

 

The implication was staggering. One God meant one people, no more tribal divisions, to the poor and unprotected, the prospect was revolutionary.

 

Seems to me that one of the most important things of, in his early teaching that isn't often talked about is the strong social justice message that he delivered. In Mecca of the time, there was an increasing separation between the haves and have-nots. He insisted that this was not to be enough, we should share the wealth and with the social justice message and I think that really got him hearing among many of the folks.

 

So coming with Islam, it was a new order, a new way of life, and that was a beautiful way of life because everybody was equal, black, white, men, women, children, so it had  that type of a universal appeal which I think was the reason why Islam spreads so rapidly.

 

Many were moved by Muhammad’s message, as he began to speak out in the community.

 

It had the suppleness and symbolic depth of the great pre-Islamic poems that had been created by these people, and that had given these people in Arabia such an extraordinary ear for verbal expression, where verbal expression was the commanding cultural force.

 

Some people call him a poet. And there is a chronic sorrow, basically saying Muhammad is not a poet. Poet speaks through desire, this is not the voice of desire, this is the voice of God.

 

 

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And that is the beginning of the prophetic career of Muhammad.

 

The months to come would bring more revelations, powerful words of a lyrical quality, more beautiful than the most exquisite Arabic poetry. Above all, Muhammad was to bear one message to his people, a simple yet radical proclamation that there is only one God.

 

The central tenet of Islam is the one is the indivisible unity of god, not something that is simply one place lip service to, but something that is absolutely the most important concept.

 

Divine unity is more than saying God is the only one God there are no other Deities. It’s only thinking about one thing. So to be thinking about possessions, to be thinking about status, to be thinking about power or all intellectual idols.

 

The implication was staggering. One God meant one people, no more tribal divisions, to the poor and unprotected, the prospect was revolutionary.

 

Seems to me that one of the most important things of, in his early teaching that isn't often talked about is the strong social justice message that he delivered. In Mecca of the time, there was an increasing separation between the haves and have-nots. He insisted that this was not to be enough, we should share the wealth and with the social justice message and I think that really got him hearing among many of the folks.

 

So coming with Islam, it was a new order, a new way of life, and that was a beautiful way of life because everybody was equal, black, white, men, women, children, so it had  that type of a universal appeal which I think was the reason why Islam spreads so rapidly.

 

Many were moved by Muhammad’s message, as he began to speak out in the community.

 

It had the suppleness and symbolic depth of the great pre-Islamic poems that had been created by these people, and that had given these people in Arabia such an extraordinary ear for verbal expression, where verbal expression was the commanding cultural force.

 

Some people call him a poet. And there is a chronic sorrow, basically saying Muhammad is not a poet. Poet speaks through desire, this is not the voice of desire, this is the voice of God.

 

 

Lip service: verbal expression of agreement or allegiance, unsupported by real conviction or action ; hypocritical respect 说得好听的话,空口的应酬话,口惠

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And that is the beginning of the prophetic career of Muhammad.

 

The months to come would bring more revelations, powerful words of a lyrical quality, more beautiful than the most exquisite Arabic poetry. Above all, Muhammad was to bear one message to his people, a simple yet radical proclamation that there is only one God.

 

The central tenet of Islam is the one as the indivisible unity of God, not something that is simply one place lip service to, but something that is absolutely the most important concept.

 

Divine unity is more than saying God is, there is only one God and there are no other Deities. It’s only thinking about one thing. So to be thinking about possessions, to be thinking about status, to be thinking about power or all intellectual idols.

 

The implications were staggering. One God meant one people, no more tribal divisions, to the poor and unprotected, the prospect was revolutionary.

 

Seems to me that one of the most important things of, in his early teaching that isn't often talked about is the strong social justice message that he delivered. In Mecca of the time, there was an increasing separation between the haves and have-nots. He insisted that this was not to be and that we should share the wealth and that was the social justice message and I think that really got him hearing among many of the folks.

 

So coming with Islam, it was a new order, a new way of life, and that was a beautiful way of life because everybody was equal, black, white, men, women, children, so it had  that type of a universal appeal which I think was the reason why Islam spread/ so rapidly.

 

Many were moved by Muhammad’s message, as he began to speak out in the community.

 

It had the suppleness and symbolic depth of the great pre-Islamic poems that had been created by these people, and that had given these people in Arabia such an extraordinary ear for verbal expression, where verbal expression was the commanding cultural force. Some people call him a poet. And there is a chronic sorrow, basically saying Muhammad is not a poet. Poets speak/ through desire, this is not the voice of desire, this is the voice of God.

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And that is the beginning of the prophetic career of Muhammad.

 

The months to come would bring more revelations, powerful words of a lyrical quality, more beautiful than the most exquisite Arabic poetry. Above all, Muhammad was to bear one message to his people, a simple yet radical proclamation that there is only one God.

 

The central tenet of Islam is the one as the indivisible unity of God, not something that is simply that one pays lip service to, but something that is absolutely the most important concept.

 

Divine unity is more than saying God is, there is only one God and there aren’t other deities. It’s only thinking about one thing. So to be thinking about possessions, to be thinking about status, to be thinking about power are all intellectual idols.

 

The implications were staggering. One God meant one people, no more tribal divisions. To the poor and unprotected, the prospect was revolutionary.

 

(It) seems to me that one of the most important things in his early teaching that isn't often talked about is the strong social justice message that he delivered. In Mecca of the time, there was an increasing separation between the haves and have-nots. He insisted that this was not to be and that we should share the wealth and it was the social justice message that I think that really got him a hearing among many of the folks.

 

So coming with Islam, it was a new order, a new way of life, and that was a beautiful way of life because everybody was equal, black, white, men, women, children, so it had  that type of a universal appeal which I think was the reason why Islam spread so rapidly.

 

Many were moved by Muhammad’s message, as he began to speak out in the community.

 

It had the suppleness and symbolic depth of the great pre-Islamic poems that had been created by this people, and that had given this people in Arabia such an extraordinary ear for verbal expression, where verbal expression was the commanding cultural force. Some people call him a poet. And there is a chronic sura, basically saying Muhammad is not a poet. Poets speak through desire. This is not the voice of desire. This is the voice of God.

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on Julie_R And that is the beginning of the prophetic career of Muhammad. The months to come would bring more revelations, powerful words of a lyrical quality, more beautiful than the most exquisite Arabic poetry. Above all, Muhammad was to bear one message to his people, a simple yet radical proclamation that there is only one God. The central tenet of Islam is the one as the indivisible unity of God, not something that is simply that one pays lip service to, but something that is absolutely the most important concept. Divine unity is more than saying God is, there is only one God and there aren’t other deities. It’s only thinking about one thing. So to be thinking about possessions, to be thinking about status, to be thinking about power are all intellectual idols. The implications were staggering. One God meant one people, no more tribal divisions. To the poor and unprotected, the prospect was revolutionary. (It) seems to me that one of the most important things in his early teaching that isn't often talked about is the strong social justice message that he delivered. In Mecca of the time, there was an increasing separation between the haves and have-nots. He insisted that this was not to be and that we should share the wealth and it was the social justice message that I think that really got him a hearing among many of the folks. So coming with Islam, it was a new order, a new way of life, and that was a beautiful way of life because everybody was equal, black, white, men, women, children, so it had that type of a universal appeal which I think was the reason why Islam spread so rapidly. Many were moved by Muhammad’s message, as he began to speak out in the community. It had the suppleness and symbolic depth of the great pre-Islamic poems that had been created by this people, and that had given this people in Arabia such an extraordinary ear for verbal expression, where verbal expression was the commanding cultural force. Some people call him a poet. And there is a chronic sura, basically saying Muhammad is not a poet. Poets speak through desire. This is not the voice of desire. This is the voice of God.
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“And that is the beginning of the prophetic career of Muhammad.”

The months to come would bring more revelations, powerful words of a lyrical quality, more beautiful and most exquisite Arabic poetry. Above all, Muhammad was to bear one message to his people, a simple yet radical proclamation that there is only one god.

“The central tenet of Islam is the one as the indivisible unity of god, not something that is simply the one pays lip service to, but something that is absolutely the most important concept.”

“Divine unity is more than saying god is, there is only one god and there aren’t other deities. It’s only thinking about one thing. So to be thinking about possessions, to be thinking about status, to be thinking about power or all intellectual idols.”

The implications were staggering. One god meant one people, no more tribal divisions. To the poor and unprotected, the prospect was revolutionary.

“It seems to me that one of the most important things in his early teaching that isn’t often talked about is the strong social justice message that he delivered. In Mecca of the time, there was an increasing separation between the haves and have-nots. He insisted that this was not to be and we should share the wealth, and it was the social justice message that I think that really got him a hearing among many of the folks.”

“So coming with Islam, it was a new order, a new way of life. And that was a beautiful way of life because everybody was equal -- black, white, men, women, children…so it had that type of universal appeal, which I think was the reason why Islam spread so rapidly.”

Many were moved by Muhammad’s message as he began to speak out in the community.

“It had the suppleness and symbolic gaps of the great pre-Islamic poems that had been created by this people, that had given this people in Arabia such an extraordinary ear for verbal expression, where verbal expression was the commanding cultural force. Some people call him a poet. And there is a chronic sura, basically saying Muhammad is not a poet. Poets speak through desire. This is not the voice of desire. This is the voice of god.”
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