By Harun Yahya
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The area is sacred to all Muslims, Jews, and Christians. Many monasteries and churches dating back to the fourth century have been preserved. Under Muslim administrators, Jews, Christians, and Muslims freely prayed in their respective places of worship and lived in peace and security. Alliances of genuine believers can recreate the same atmosphere of tranquility today. 47 A painting depicting Mt. Sinai. 48 Muslims and the People of the Book in History grimage center on Mount Sinai and a symbol of Muslim acceptance.
When the young Muslim community was still suffering from the Makkan polytheists' cruelty and oppression, our Prophet (may God bless him and grant him peace) advised some of them to seek refuge with the Christian king of Ethiopia, Negus (or al-Najashi). The Muslims who later on migrated to Madinah with our Prophet (may God bless him and grant him peace), on the other hand, developed a model of coexistence with that city's Jewish community that was to 36 Muslims and the People of the Book in History become a model for all later generations.
6 Benjamin of Tudela, a famous twelfth-century Jewish explorer who could not conceal his astonishment when he discovered such attitudes in the Islamic world, expressed the impossibility of such religious acceptance and pluralism in Christian Europe. 7 These historical facts reveal that, contrary to much of what we read today, Islam is a religion of peace and acceptance. Christians and Jews lived freely under Muslim rule and enjoyed the freedoms of religious belief and thought. Tranquillity under Muslim Rule Christians and Jews enjoyed the highest degree of freedom and tolerance under Muslim rule.
A Call for Unity by Harun Yahya