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In the Name of God بسم الله
according to widely accepted historical evidence, after the battle of the trench, the banu qurayza, due to their teachery, were condemned. they had also surrendered. a judge was chosen acceptable to both the qurazyza and the prophet and his followers, who decreed that all the men be put to death and the women and children be enslaved. apparently, the muslims acted in acordance with this decree. i refuse to believe that the prophet would allow such an act, even after the surrender of the banu qurayza. the quran decrees the killling of prisoners of war unlawful, and aims to abolish slavery. so why would muhammad and his followers kill a whole tribe and enslave the innocent women and children of the tribe?