Rice University professor Dr. Craig Considine, who authored a study on Prophet Mohammed’s writings from 622 to 632 AD, says the writings indicate that Christians who lived in Arabic communities were protected. Considine says the writings, which contain covenants with monks and Christians, were written so that the prophet could establish alliances in his new community, according to the Daily Mail.
The documents studied contain the prophet’s covenants with the monks of Mount Sinai, the Christians of Persia, Christians of Najran, and Christians of the World. Dr. Considine said the documents were found in different monasteries all over the world and in ancient books.
Dr. Considine thinks the covenants were written to protect and defend Christians instead of attacking them. The writings also prove that ISIS’ atrocities against Christians are not justified in the Islamic teaching, the Independent relays.
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