The Sunna of Fighting: Background, Dimensions, Scope, and Consequences

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Abstract

The most important textual sources in Islam after the Qur’an are reports and literature about the life and actions of the Prophet Muhammad (Juynboll, 2007; Koçyiğit, 2006). The Prophet is perceived as a role model (Bobzin, 2000) and for many Muslims his actions constitute the foundation of their ethical actions.

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Migration Syria Egypt Defend Stake 

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  1. 1.ViennaAustria

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