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[文化博览] 【整理】2008-04-25 Prophet Muhammad 先知穆罕默德 - 9

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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To the non-believers, the divine reckoning Muhammad invoked wasn’t average. His dismantling of their heritage and customs deeply unset them.
 
It was a threat, a threat in several ways, to their social order, to their age-old traditions, and an economic threat because of the importance of the pilgrimage shrine of the Kaaba in Mecca.

 

As Muhammad's following increased, the social fabric of the caravan city began to unravel. Business suffered as pilgrims and traders, worried for their safety, left town. The tribal leaders decided Muhammad and his message must be removed permanently.
 
They didn't want him taking over; they didn't want him horning in on their control of the city. They made things very difficult for him, perhaps even plotted his assassination. They tried to keep him away from the Kaaba. They did everything they could to turn to run him out of town.

 

They demanded that Muhammad's uncle remove his clan's protection from the prophet which would clear the way for his murder without the threat of retribution. But his uncle refused. The battle lines were drawn. Nothing short of tribal war would settle the conflicts now.
 
Muhammad is clearly asked to do extraordinary things to tell the Bedouin to give up many of their notions of multiple gods, to give up their attachment to their ancestors and their tribal warfare in the way they had. Things that would, could and did make him the object of scorn, persecution and attack.

 

Muhammad's followers were forced from the market place and starved. Those without clan protection were tortured and killed.
 
In 619AD, Muhammad's wife Khadija died and his uncle as well. Gone were his first great love and his only protector. Here at last was the opportunity his enemies had been waiting for. But in the lush oasis town of Yathrib, north of Mecca, a refuge opened to Muhammad and his people. Clan rivalries had become deadly in the town and they desperately needed a peacemaker.
 
They had heard that Muhammad was a very trustworthy man. They heard that he had great arbitration skills and they thought "let's see if we can get him up here and help us out," so they invited him.
 
Muhammad agreed to travel to Yathrib and settled their disputes in exchange for a safe refuge for his people.

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To the non-believers, the divine reckoning Muhammad invoked was an outrage. His dismantling of their heritage and customes deeply unset them. He was a threat,threat in several ways, to their social order, to their age-old traditions, and economic threat because of the importance of the pilgrimage shrine of the Cabba in Mekka. As Muhammad's followers increased, the social fabric of K.. city began to unravel. Business suffered as pilgrims and traders, worried for their safety, left town. The trible leaders decided Muhammad and his message must be removed permanently. They didn't want him taking over, they didn't want him horning on their control of the city. They made things very difficult for him, perhaps even plotted his assassination and tried to keep him away from Kaaba, they did everything they could to run him out of the town. They demanded that Muhammad's uncle remove his clan's protection from prophet which was clear a way for his murder without threat of retribution. But his uncle refused. The battle lines were drawn. Nothing short of tribal war would settle the conflicts now. Muhammad is clearly asked to do extraordinary things to tell the Bedouin to give up many of their notions of multiple gods, to give up their attachment to their ancestors and tribal warfare in the way they had. Things would, could indeed make him the object of scorn, persecution and attack. Muhammad's followers were forced from the market places and starved. Those without clan protection were tortured and killed. In 619AD, Muhammad's wife Hadijia died and his uncle as well, gone were his first great love and his only protector. Here at last was the opportunity his enemies had been waiting for. But in the last oasis town of.., north of Mekka, a refuge opened to Muhammad and his people.Clan rival race had become deadly in the town and they desperately needed a peacemaker. They've heard that M was a very trustworthy man and they heard that he had great operation skills and they thought let's see if we can get himup here  and help us out, so they invited him. Muhammad agreed to travel to ...and settled their diputes in an exchange for a safe refuge for his people.
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To the non-belivers,the divine reckoning Muhammad invoked was average.His dismantling of their heritage and customs deeply unset them.

It was a threat,threaten in several ways—to their social order,to their age-old traditions and economic threat because of the importance of the pilgrims’ shrine of Caba in Mecca.

As Muhammad’s followers increased,the social fabric of * city began to unravel.Business suffered as pilgrims and traders warded for their safety left town.The tribe leaders decided Muhammad and his message must be removed permanently.

They didn’t want him taking over,they didn’t want him horning on their control of city.They made things very difficult for him,perhaps the plotted his assassination, tried to keep them off the Caba,they did everything they could to tell them to run out of the town.

They demanded that Muhammad’s uncle removes his clan’s protection from the prophet which will clear his way of murder without the threat of retribution.But his uncle refused.The battle lines were drawn.Nothing showed the tribal war would settle the conflicts now.

Muhammad is clearly asked to do extraordinary things to tell the battle wind to give up many of their notions of multiple Gods to give up their attachment of their ancestors in the tribal warfare in the way they had.Things would could can did make him an object of scorn prosecution and attack.

Muhammad’s followers was forced from the market place and starved.Those without clan protection were tortured and killed.In 690 AD,Muhammad’s wife * died and his uncle as well.Gone was his first great love and his only protector.Here at last was the opportunity his enemies had been waiting for.But in the lush oasis town of *,north of Mecca,a refuge opened to Muhammad and his people.Clan revery has become deadly in the town and they desperately needed a peacemaker.

They have heard that Muhammad was a very trustworthy man and they heard that he had a great arbitration skills and they thought let’s see if we can get him here and helps us out and they invited him.

Muhammad agreed to travel to * and settled their disputes in an exchanged with the safe refuge for his people.

 

[ 本帖最后由 janevan 于 2008-4-25 11:46 编辑 ]
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To the non-belivers, the divine reckoning Muhammad invoked was average .His dismantling of their heritage and customs deeply unset them.

It was a threat, threaten in several ways—to their social order, to their age-old traditions and economic threat because of the importance of the pilgrims’ shrine of Caba in Mecca.

As Muhammad’s followers increased ,the social fabric of Gorakhpur, city began to unravel. Business suffered as pilgrims and traders warded for their safety left town. The tribe leaders decided Muhammad and his message must be removed permanently.

They didn’t want him taking over ,t hey didn’t want him horning on their controlling of city. They made things very difficult for him, perhaps the plotted his assassination, tried to keep them off the Caba, they did everything they could to tell them to run out of the town.

They demanded that Muhammad’s uncle removes his clan’s protection from the prophet which will clear his way of murder without the threat of retribution. But his uncle refused. The battle lines were drawn. Nothing showed the tribal war would settle the conflicts

Muhammad is clearly asked to do extraordinary things to tell the battle wind to give up many of their notions of multiple Gods to give up their attachment of their ancestors in the tribal warfare in the way they had. Things could can did make him an object of scorn prosecution and attack.

Muhammad’s followers was forced from the market place and starved. Those without clan protection were tortured and killed. In 690 AD, Muhammad’s wife * died and his uncle as well. Gone was his first great love and his only protector. Here at last was the opportunity his enemies had been waiting for. But in the lush oasis town of Gorakhpur, ,north of Mecca, a refuge opened to Muhammad and his people. Clan rivry has become deadly in the town and they desperately needed a peacemaker.

They have heard that Muhammad was a very trustworthy man and they heard that he had a great arbitration skills and they thought let’s see if we can get him here and helps us out and they invited him.

Muhammad agreed to travel to * and settled their disputes in an exchanged with the safe refuge for his people.

 

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To the non-believers, the divine reckoning Muhammad invoked was an outrage. His dismantling of their heritage and customs deeply unset them. “He was a threat, a threat in several ways, to their social order, to their age-old traditions, and an economic threat because of the importance of the pilgrimage shrine of the Kabba in Mekka.”

 

As Muhammad's followers increased, the social fabric of * city began to unravel. Business suffered as pilgrims and traders worried for their safety, left town. The tribal leaders decided Muhammad and his message must be removed permanently. “They didn't want him taking over, they didn't want him horning on their control of the city. They made things very difficult for him, perhaps even plotted his assassination and tried to keep him away from Kaaba, they did everything they could try to run him out of / town.”

 

They demanded that Muhammad's uncle remove his clan's protection from the prophet which will clear the way for his murder without a threat of retribution. But his uncle refused. The battle lines were drawn. Nothing short of tribal war would settle the conflicts now. “Muhammad is clearly asked to do extraordinary things to tell the Bedouin to give up many of their notions of multiple gods, to give up their attachment to their ancestors and tribal warfare in the way they had. Things would, could indeed make him the object of scorn, persecution and attack.”

 

Muhammad's followers were forced from the market places and starved. Those without clan protection were tortured and killed. In 619AD, Muhammad's wife Hadijia died and his uncle as well, gone were his first great love and his only protector. Here at last was the opportunity his enemies had been waiting for. But in the lash oasis town of *, north of Mekka, a refuge opened to Muhammad and his people. Clan rival race had become deadly in the town and they desperately needed a peacemaker. “They'd heard that Muhammad was a very trustworthy man and they heard that he had great arbitration skills and they thought let's see if we can get him up here and help us out, so they invited him.” Muhammad agreed to travel to * and settled their disputes in an exchange for a safe refuge for his people.

 

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To the non-believers, the divine reckoning Muhammad invoked was an outrage. His dismantling of their heritage and customs deeply unset them.

 

 “He was a threat, a threat in several ways, to their social order, to their age-old traditions, and an economic threat because of the importance of the pilgrimage shrine of the Kabba in Mekka.”

 

As Muhammad's following increased, the social fabric of * city began to unravel. Business suffered as pilgrims and traders worried for their safety, left town. The tribal leaders decided Muhammad and his message must be removed permanently.

 

“They didn't want him taking over, they didn't want him horn in on their control of the city. They made things very difficult for him, perhaps even plotted his assassination and tried to keep him away from Kaaba, they did everything they could try to run him out of town.”

 

They demanded that Muhammad's uncle remove his clan's protection from the prophet which will clear the way for his murder without the threat of retribution. But his uncle refused. The battle lines were drawn. Nothing short of tribal war would settle the conflicts now.

 

“Muhammad is clearly asked to do extraordinary things to tell the Bedouin to give up many of their notions of multiple gods, to give up their attachment to their ancestors and tribal warfare in the way they had. Things would, could and did make him the object of scorn, persecution and an attack.”

 

Muhammad's followers were forced from the market place and starved. Those without clan protection were tortured and killed.

 

In 619AD, Muhammad's wife Hadijia died and his uncle as well, gone were his first great love and his only protector. Here at last was the opportunity his enemies had been waiting for. But in the lush oasis town of *, north of Mekka, a refuge opened to Muhammad and his people. Clan rivalries had become deadly in the town and they desperately needed a peacemaker.

 

 “They'd heard that Muhammad was a very trustworthy man and they heard that he had great arbitrition skills and they thought "let's see if we can get him up here and help us out," so they invited him.”

 

Muhammad agreed to travel to * and settled their disputes in exchange for a safe refuge for his people.

 



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To the non-believers, the divine reckoning Muhammad invoked was an outrage. His dismantling of their heritage and customs deeply unset them.

 

 

 

 He was a threat, a threat in several ways, to their social order, to their age-old traditions, and an economic threat because of the importance of the pilgrimage shrine of the Kabba in Mekka.

 

 

 

As Muhammad's following increased, the social fabric of caravan city began to unravel. Business suffered as pilgrims and traders worried for their safety left town. The tribal leaders decided Muhammad and his message must be removed permanently.

 

 

 

They didn't want him taking over, they didn't want him horn in on their control of the city. They made things very difficult for him, perhaps even plotted his assassination and tried to keep him away from the Kaaba, they did everything they could to try to run him out of town.

 

 

 

They demanded that Muhammad's uncle remove his clan's protection from the prophet,  which will clear the way for his murder without the threat of retribution. But his uncle refused. The battle lines were drawn. Nothing short of a tribal war would settle the conflicts now.

 

 

 

Muhammad is clearly asked to do extraordinary things to tell the Beduin to give up many of their notions of multiple gods, to give up their attachment to their ancestors and tribal warfare in the way they had. Things would, could and did make him the object of scorn, persecution and an attack.

 

 

 

Muhammad's followers were forced from the market place and starved. Those without clan protection were tortured and killed.

 

 

 

In 619AD, Muhammad's wife Hadijia died and his uncle as well, gone were his first great love and his only protector. Here at last was the opportunity his enemies had been waiting for. But in the lush oasis town of Yathrib north of Mekka, a refuge opened to Muhammad and his people. Clan rivalries had become deadly in the town and they desperately needed a peacemaker.

 

 

 

 They'd heard that Muhammad was a very trustworthy man and they heard that he had great arbitrition skills and they thought "let's see if we can get him up here and help us out," so they invited him.

 

 

 

Muhammad agreed to travel to Yathrib and settled their disputes in exchange for a safe refuge for his people.

 

the divine reckoning Muhammad invoked was an outrage   请问divine reckoning什么意思?

 

reckoning: a time when you are judged and punished for your actions. 这里也是指伊斯兰教的末日审判  

 

谢谢! 可是 reckoning was an outrage  说不通啊?

 

 

 

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To the non-believers, the divine reckoning Muhammad invoked was an outrage. His dismantling of their heritage and customs deeply unset them.

 

 “He was a threat, a threat in several ways, to their social order, to their age-old traditions, and an economic threat because of the importance of the pilgrimage shrine of the Kabba in Mekka.”

 

As Muhammad's following increased, the social fabric of * city began to unravel. Business suffered as pilgrims and traders worried for their safety, left town. The tribal leaders decided Muhammad and his message must be removed permanently.

 

“They didn't want him taking over, they didn't want him horn in on their control of the city. They made things very difficult for him, perhaps even plotted his(a) assassination and tried to keep him away from Kaaba, they did everything they could try to run him out of town.”

 

They demanded that Muhammad's uncle remove his clan's protection from the prophet which will clear the way for his murder without the threat of retribution. But his uncle refused. The battle lines were drawn. Nothing short of tribal war would settle the conflicts now.

 

“Muhammad is clearly asked to do extraordinary things to tell the Bedouin to give up many of their notions of multiple gods, to give up their attachment to their ancestors and their tribal warfare in the way they had. Things would, could and did make him the object of scorn, persecution and an attack.”

 

Muhammad's followers were force from the market place and the starved. Those without clan protection were tortured and killed.(他的追随者来自。。。。,??)

 

In 619AD, Muhammad's wife Hadijia died and his uncle as well, gone were his first great love and his only protector. Here at last was the opportunity his enemies had been waiting for. But in the lush oasis town of Yathrib, north of Mekka, a refuge opened to Muhammad and his people. Clan rivalries had become deadly in the town and they desperately needed a peacemaker.

 

 “They'd heard that Muhammad was a very trustworthy man and they heard that he had great arbitrition skills and they thought "let's see if we can get him up here and help us out," so they invited him.”

 

Muhammad agreed to travel to Yathrib and settled their disputes in exchange for a safe refuge for his people.

 

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To the non-believers, the divine reckoning Muhammad invoked wasn’t average. His dismantling of their heritage and costumes deeply unset them.

“It was a threat, a threat in several ways, to their social order, to their age-old traditions, and an economic threat because of the importance of the pilgrimage shrine of the Kaaba in Mecca.”

As Muhammad’s following increased, the social fabric of the caravan city began to unravel. Business suffered as pilgrims and traders, worried for their safety, left town. The tribal leaders decided Muhammad and his message must be removed permanently.

“They didn’t want him take over. They didn’t want horning in on their control of the city. They made things very difficult for him, perhaps even plotted his assassination and tried to keep him away from Kaaba. They did everything they could to carry him out of town.”

They demanded that Muhammad’s uncle remove his clan’s protection from the prophet which would clear the way for his murder without the threat of retribution. But his uncle refused. The battle lines were drawn. Nothing short of tribal war would settle the conflicts now.

“Muhammad is clearly asked to do extraordinary things, to tell the Bedouin to give up many of their notions of multiple-gods, to give up their attachment to their ancestors, and their tribal warfare in the way they had. Things that would, could and did make the object of scorn, persecution and attack.”

Muhammad’s followers were forced from the market place and starved. Those without clan protection were tortured and killed.

In 619 A.D. Muhammad’s wife Khadija died and his uncle as well. Gone were his first great love and his only protector. Here at last was the opportunity his enemies have been waiting for. But in the lush oasis town of Yathrib, north of Mecca, a refuge opened to Muhammad and his people. Clan rivalries have become deadly in the town. And they desperately needed a peace-maker.

“They had heard that Muhammad was a very trustworthy man and they heard that he had great arbitration skills and they thought: ‘Let’s see if we can get him up here and help us out,’ so they invited him.”

Muhammad agreed to travel to Yathrib and settled their disputes in exchange for a safe refuge for his people.
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