Understanding Principles and Community Practices Related to Non-Violence and Conflict Resolution from an Islamic Tradition

Amjad Mohamed Saleem

Abstract


Islam as a religion and a tradition is replete with teachings and practices of
nonviolence and peace building for example: the nonviolent response to the persecution faced in the first thirteen years of Islam by the early Muslims in Makkah; or by the letters sent by the Prophet ( PBUH) to the great powers of that time which scholars state sought peace and security combined with appeals for voluntary compliance


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