By Wafa Sultan
From front web page of The manhattan Times to YouTube, Dr. Wafa Sultan has turn into a strength radical Islam has to reckon with. For the 1st time, she tells her tale and what she discovered, first-hand, approximately radical Islam in A God Who Hates, a passionate memoir via an outspoken Arabic girl that also is a cautionary story for the West. She grew up in Syria in a tradition governed via a god who hates ladies. "How can any such tradition be whatever yet barbarous?", Sultan asks. "It can't", she concludes "because any tradition that hates its ladies can't love something else." She believes that the god who hates is waging a conflict among modernity and barbarism, now not a conflict among religions. She additionally is familiar with that it's a conflict radical Islam will lose. Condemned through a few and praised by way of others for talking out, Sultan desires everybody to appreciate the risk posed via A God Who Hates.
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The Hawazin was a large tribal confederation, attached to the town of alTa'if; see "Hawazin," EI2, III, 285-86 (W. M. Watt). As for tax collectors sent by the Prophet, there are various lists; see p. 83, below. 77. A place on the way to the Yemen, about 150 miles south of Mecca; see Yaqut, Mu'jam al-buldan, I, 816-17. 78. Of the Prophet' s clan, the Band Hashim. See Khalifah b. Khayyat, Ta'rikh, 104; idem, Tabagat, 6 ; Ibn Hibban, Mashdhir, 58. 79. An early convert who was killed in the battle of Ulhud ; see Ibn Hajar, Isdbah, I, 353-54.
He had dug a grave for himself three days before he died. 89. , 296; Khalifah b. Khayyat, Tabagat, 6; Ibn Hibban, Mashdhfr, 44; Ibn Sa`d, IV/1, 34-37; Ibn Qudamah, 105-8. 9o. Halimah was a bedouin woman who was hired as wet nurse for Muhammad. See Guillaume, 70; In Hajar, Isdbah, IV, 274. 91. Cf. Ibn Sa'd, IV/1, 34. Al-Abwa' is a place on the road from Mecca to Medina. One of Muhammad's first military expeditions was to this place; see "Abwa'," E12, I, 169 (W. M. Watt); al-Wagidi, 11-12 ; Wellhausen, Muhammad, 34.
Ubaydallah ( see be- 28 Biographies December 5, 656, after the battle had taken place, al-Zubayr rode his horse, named Dhu al-Khimar, and left for Medina. 127 `Urwah [b. al-Zubayr] said: My father was killed in [the immediate aftermath of ] the battle of the Camel, aged sixty-four.  Talhah b. `Ubaydallah b. `Uthman b. `Amr b. Ka'b b. Sa'd b. Taym b. 128 His kunyah was Abu Muhammad. His mother was al-Sabah bt. `Abdallah al-Hadrami. Talhah was killed, in [the immediate aftermath of] the battle of the Camel, by Marwan b.