Tag: slavery

2 Samuel 13:14 And Deuteronomy 21:14

We continue to seek and analyse Deuteronomy 21:14, to see what the true historical reading for it was. This is the 6th piece on the Hebrew word ‘anah’ (inna). We looked in the previous articles (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), that Deuteronomy 21:14 showed that the slave-women mentioned were forced into marriage, and raped: Deuteronomy… Read More ›

“Rape” In Ezekiel 22:11 And Deuteronomy 21:14?

We look yet again at the Hebrew word ‘anah’ (inna) in relation to Deuteronomy 21:14, Deuteronomy 21:10-14 Good News Translation (GNT) “10 When the Lord your God gives you victory in battle and you take prisoners, 11 you may see among them a beautiful woman that you like and want to marry. 12 TAKE HER… Read More ›

Biblical Law Forces Rapist To Marry Victim (‘anah/inna’)

We continue to examine the Hebrew ‘anah’ (inna) in this fourth piece. Previously (which can be seen here, here, and here) we mentioned how some have argued that the captive women mentioned in Deuteronomy 21:10-14 were treated humanely, no rape took place, they claim. However, as we looked at the Hebrew words closer, we seen… Read More ›

Hebrew Word ‘anah’ (inna) Carries The Meaning Of ‘Rape’?

Deuteronomy 21:10-14 has been noted by some that the ‘provisions’ laid out in the passage are ‘remarkable’, ‘compassionate’ and ‘humanistic’. Let’s read: Deuteronomy 21:10-14 Good News Translation (GNT) “10 When the Lord your God gives you victory in battle and you take prisoners, 11 you may see among them a beautiful woman that you like… Read More ›

Deuteronomy 21:10:14 – Hebrew Word ‘Anah’ Means “Rape”?

One of the verses that has been downplayed by Christian apologists as not endorsing or approving ‘rape’ is Deuteronomy 21:10-14: Deuteronomy 21:10-14 Good News Translation (GNT) 10 “When the Lord your God gives you victory in battle and you take prisoners, 11 you may see among them a beautiful woman that you like and want… Read More ›

Maria The Copt – Wife Of Prophet Muhammed

Kaleef K. Karim Content: 1. Introduction 2. Brief History On Captives 3. Mariyah: Captive Or No Captive 4. Mariyah The Wife – Sahih Muslim 5. Conclusion 1. Introduction Previously in the article titled, “Prophet Muhammed’s Wife Mariyah (Maria)”, I presented a number of historical quotes showing that Mariya was married to Prophet Muhammed (p). This… Read More ›

Prophet Muhammed’s Wife Mariyah (Maria)

Kaleef K. Karim Content: 1. Introduction 2. Honey Or In Bed 3. Mariyah And Hagar 4. Slave Or No Slave 5. Prophet Muhammed Married Mariyah 6. Conclusion 1. Introduction Prophet Muhammed has drawn a lot of Christians to study his life. Some of them have spoken positive of him, and that he came back to… Read More ›

Safiyyah, Huyayy, Kinana And Khaybar Affair

Kaleef K. Karim Content: 1. Introduction 2. What Led to the Battle of Khaybar 3. Why was Kinana And Safiyya’s father killed? 4. Did Safiyyah marry Prophet Muhammed Freely? 5. Did Safiyyah Hate Prophet Muhammed (p)? 6. Conclusion 1. Introduction This article seeks to examine Safiyya’s marriage to Prophet Muhammed, the death of Huyayy Ibn Akhtab, kinana,… Read More ›

What Happened To The Captive Women In Awtas Incident?

Kaleef K. Karim Content: 1. Introduction 2. What Led to the Battle of Hunayn? 3. Historically on Captives 4. The Rights of Captives 5. Relations with pagan women were prohibited 6. Awtas: All the Captive Women Were Set Free 7. Conclusion 1. Introduction This article seeks to examine few Hadith reports on the Hunayn (Awtas) battle…. Read More ›

Did Islam Come To End Slavery?

The Laws and rules laid out in the Quran and hadith concerning captives, those enslaved in war was always said by Muslims that at the end Islam as a religion provided to gradually eliminate slavery. Many non-Muslim scholars from the past century, who have studied the Quran and Hadith literature carefully have come to conclude… Read More ›