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A model for peace building in 21st century

By
Muhammad Amir

Submitted to
Dr Ejaz Hussain

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Table of Content
Table of Content ………………………………………………………………2 Introduction…………………………………………………………………….3 Core Question…………………………………...…………………………….3 Hypothesis……………………………..………………………………………3 Methodology……………………………………..…………………………….3 Literature Review……………………..……………………………………….4 Theoretical Consideration ……………………………………………………5 Diplomacy of Prophet Muhammad ………….………………………………6 References ………………………………………..…………………………7

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Introduction
Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was a political leader of first Islamic state. He established first political entity in Arabian Peninsula. Various tribes and clans were united under the charismatic leadership of Muhammad. He made treaties with the people of other religions and faiths. He and his companions were persecuted, but he treated other minorities with equality, tolerance, respect and justice. He promised minorities equal rights, security and freedom to practice their religion.

This Study will critically reassess the diplomacy of Prophet Muhammad, and will explore that how diplomatic principles of Muhammad could help today’s world to solve conflicts and achieve peace and stability in their relations.

Core Question
Core question of this study is to explore:
What lesson can be derived from the diplomacy of Prophet Muhammad?

Hypothesis
This study focuses on the following hypothesis:
H: Human nature is basically good. With good habits, education and appropriate international structure, human nature can become the basis of peaceful and cooperative international relationship.
I hypothesize here that diplomacy of Prophet Muhammad was based on principles of tolerance, equality and justice. So by following these principles we can make this world peaceful and progressive.

Methodology and Data Sources
This study employed qualitative method with content analysis approach by evaluating relevant articles and texts.

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Literature Review
In 622, migration to Madina marks the start of Muslim era, at this point Islam became a factor in history. It was a revolutionary step by Muhammad. Muhammad had become a head of a collection of tribes that were not bound together by blood but a shared ideology, an astonishing innovation in arabian society. Nobody was forced to convert to religion of Quran, but muslims, pagans, and jews all belonged to one ummah, could not attack one another, and vowed to give one another protection. It proved to be an ispiration that brought peace to arabia before the death of Prophet in 632, just ten years after the migration. (Karen Armstrong, 2002)

It is clear from the constitution of Madina and teachings of Muhammad, that his purpose was to construct out of tribal confederacies a new people driven by his own sense of moral mission. (Anthony Black 2001). Anthony futher explains, the new society was in principle universal, and in practice commercial, individuals were removed fromthemselves and absorbed into the group. The result was a type of society generically different from Greek, Roman and also Euro-christian civilization. On the other hand Muhammad and followers did succeed in creating a society, that was trans-tribal and trans-national. Monotheistic religious minorities were granted a special status as protected peoples (dhimmi). This was a new venture in intercommunal relations. The arrangements made for them under islamic law differed from any previous relationship between conquerors and conquered, or indeed between rulers and subjects. They were allowed to practice their own religion, manage their own private and community affairs according to their own rules. This was a new version of the monotheistic ideal of universal brotherhood.

Ira Lapidus writes about the leadership role of Muhammad and creation of new society based on bonds of common belief instead of bonds of blood. He said as Muhammad’s mission unfolded it... Show More

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