It reads: Can it be any clearer that context restricts the time and place of the application of the verses that follow?The command to fight the "unbelievers" was limited to those Arabian tribes who had initially made peace treaties with the Muslims and later violated the treaty. the Compact of Medina, that guaranteed freedom of worship to all, Jews, Christians and Pagans)."Unbelievers" is really a mistranslation, "pagans" or "idolaters." The Arabian tribes who broke their oaths are the ones that Surah 9 refers to.
In the end will they return to their Lord, and We shall then tell them the truth of all that they did.
Further, it is important to note that Judaism and Christianity have a protected and blessed status within the Quranic teaching, although a distinction was made between those who lived up to their faith and those who failed to do so. and we gave him the good news of Isaac, a prophet – one of the Righteous.
Above, we examined one supposed sword verse, Quran 9:5, and showed that in context, the verse told Muslims to fight against those who had attacked them first and to desist from fighting if their opposers quit their attacks.
Now we will look at another alleged violence-advocating passage in the Qur'an.
To say, "Let's live together in peace and let God judge between us" is a religiously tolerant view advocating peaceful coexistence.
Using "hellfire" verses in the way the above website does distorts the reality of human interaction.Did not Allah check one set of people by means of another, there would surely have been pulled down monasteries, churches, synagogues, and mosques, in which the name of Allah is commemorated in abundant measure (if Muslims did not protect them).Opposers of Islam often label Islam a religion of violence. There are numerous scholars on both sides of the debate about the inherent peacefulness or violence of Islam and the Qur'an.Some assert that there are hundreds of verses in the Qur'an that encourage violence against innocent nonbelievers.Others claim that Islam is a religion of peace which has been hijacked by extremist who abuse and misinterpret the verses from their Holy Book to justify terrorism for political ends.Quran 1-193 - And kill them wherever you find them, and turn them out from where they have turned you out. And fight them until there is no more Fitnah [disbelief and worshipping of others along with Allah] and worship is for Allah alone.And Al-Fitnah [disbelief or unrest] is worse than killing... But if they cease, let there be no transgression except against Az-Zalimun (the polytheists, and wrong-doers, etc.) (Translation: The Noble Quran)The historical context of this passage is not defensive warfare, however, since Muhammad and his Muslims had just relocated to Medina and were not under attack by their Meccan adversaries.Some claim that there are over 100 verses in the Qur'an which advocate violence.True Islam rejects violent jihad, whether it be against Muslims or non-Muslims.Are you and I potential targets of every Muslim who follows the teachings of the Qur'an?A good place to start is the opening verse of the Surah in question.