Islam V Christianity: A Shocking History

Ibraheem Dooba Ph.D.

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Fourteen hundred years ago, two groups of Arabs stood before the Ethiopian Christian king, Negus.  Both groups had urgent requests. Although both groups spoke the same language, came from the same city and maybe brothers even, they couldn’t have been more different.


We’ve learned from Michael Wolff’s book, “Fire and Fury,” that at a point, Trump’s White House was divided between those who wanted him to be a regular president and Steve Bannon/billionaire businessman Robert Mercer’s group who wanted him to run an anti-Islam and pro-Christian nation.

“Anti-Islam and pro-Christian” nation!  This notion of an ideal nation is held by many Americans. And if we take a step back and look at what’s going on globally, there is a handful of countries such as India, Nigeria, and the Central African Republic – to name just a few - where the citizens have elected to pitch the two religions at each other’s throats.

This book asks a simple question.  But before the question, it concedes a simple reality: that a country can be pro-Christian or pro-Islam.  If a nation, however, favours one religion to reflect its moral complexion, does it need to be against the other?  Could the history of the relationship between the two religions – dating back to Muhammad (P) – help us take a more informed position and answer this question?

Read on to find out in this very short treatise how King Negus treated Muslims, where and how Muhammad accommodated a Christian delegation, the everlasting protection he granted the Monks of Mt. Sinai and why George Bernard Shaw and Mahatma Gandhi felt the need to protect the honor of Muhammad (P). 

Before you continue, however, here’s a fun fact: the longest standing treaty between the United States and a foreign country is with Morocco – a country that is 99 percent Muslim.

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