The Political Traditions of Mohammed: The Hadith for the Unbelievers (The Islamic Trilogy Series, Vol. 2)
Mohammed is the perfect pattern of an Islamic sacred life. So Mohammed’s political life is the perfect model of Islamic politics. Everything that Islam does or says about the non-Muslim is political. It cannot be religious since the Koran forbids religious activity with the nonbeliever. Over half of the Koran is political and is about the unbelievers, three-quarters of the Sira (the life of Mohammed) is political and nearly a quarter of Mohammed’s Traditions (the Hadith) are about Islamic politics.
The Traditions contain all of the tactical aspects of jihad. Jihad is neither a blind fury nor a hatred for the non-Muslim, but is a sacred act to prepare the world for Islam. Jihad is demanded for all Muslims and is the sixth pillar of Islam. The Trilogy contains Islam’s highly developed political system of slavery. Arabic contains more words for slave than any other language. Read about the political doctrine of slavery that has been practiced for 1400 years and continues today. Islam has a dualistic ethical system.