International Journal of Specialized Islamic Studies

Volume 6 - Issue 2 (1) | PP: 55 - 74 Language : العربية
DOI : https://doi.org/10.31559/SIS2021.6.2.1
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The texts of the Omeria treaty between the modernists and historians (Analysis and comparison)

Ramadan Isaac AL-Zayyan
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
21/9/2021 5/10/2021 23/10/2021 10/11/2021
Abstract
This research deals with the analysis of the texts of the Omari Covenant of the modernists and historians and the comparison between their efforts. Among the most important findings of the research are the following: it was found that the historians’ interest in the text of the Omari Covenant and its analysis was more than that of the modernists, it is not logical to account for the historical novels with the rules of modern criticism with accuracy, the text that historians were mostly interested in in the analysis was the text of Imam al-Tabari, and the testament represented Omari is the most wonderful shape of religious tolerance, according to the testimony of some orientalists. Among the results of analyzing the texts of the Omari Covenant are that: it represents the tolerance of Islam towards non-Muslims, it is the preservation of the rights of others, it is observant of the laws of others, it is respectful for their privacy, it is preservng covenants, and it is assertive in that there is no compulsion to enter the religion of Islam.Among the positive effects of the Omari Covenant is that it affected other cities, when its news reached the people of Ramla, their necks extended in order to make a similar treaty with the Prince of the Two Mothers, Omar Ibn AlKhattab, may God be pleased with him, and so did the people of Lod.


How To Cite This Article
AL-Zayyan , R. I. (2021). The texts of the Omeria treaty between the modernists and historians (Analysis and comparison) . International Journal of Specialized Islamic Studies, 6 (2), 55-74, https://doi.org/10.31559/SIS2021.6.2.1

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