Religions of Arabia:-
was born and started his preachings
(571 & 610),
there were several
belief systems surrounding him:
They were idol worshippers/polytheists, most of the
fell into this category. They dedicated the
as the supreme of all the gods and goddesses.
They were influenced by the
dualism in nature of two gods one for good and the other for evil. A perpetual struggle for supremacy between light and darkness.
The descendants of
the first pure
in the world. Several indigenous
tribes converted without coersion to the
Law of Moses.
Most were involved in agriculture, metal manufacturing and trade. They were the richest among all of the other
Some of the
tribes in the north were converted by the
There were also other tribes in
who were converted by the
monotheists who believed only in the
God of Abraham
but did not belong to the
People of the Book
This group was forming on the eve of the rise of
the wife of
was one of them.
*** One can discern from all of the above that
was surrounded by very important theologies, especially the last three.
original concepts or precepts
but copies and/or modifications
Plundered, Pirated, Plagiarized
from existing ones ***
Introduction to Islam
History of the Arabs
Analysis of the Quran
Islam wants Total War
Definitions of the Quran
Who is a Muslim?