Fake News?




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3 thoughts on “Fake News?

  1. I believe the Koran makes that same claim though not in that language.

    The original nane of the city was Yathrib, if I recall correctly, when Muhammad fled from Mecca in fear his own tribe would kill him. The Koran says so.

    He commissioned arms and armor from the Jewish smiths of Yathrib.

    From Yathrib, he engaged in attacks on his tribe’s caravans and several towns, the names of which are in the Koran. He then paid the Jewish smiths by laying siege to what remained of the Jewish city, culminating in the “Battle of the Trench” and the execution of 900 Jewish men as he watched.

    It’s all in the Koran.


  2. “Muhammad was once a refugee taken in by the Jewish City of Medina. Within 5-years, he had driven out, executed, or enslaved every jew there.”



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