These documents, like the older ones of Ibrium, contain relatively little data, unlike the AAMs of the later period, when the greater riches pouring into Ebla allowed for a larger number of gold and silver gifts.
Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam 5 The rebellious tribes, aware of the weakness of the new leadership of the Medinan community, strove to sever their ties with the new authority in Medina, broke their allegiance to the newly elected Caliph, Abu Bakr, and declared that the agreements they had concluded with the Prophet were null and void.
They sought to regain their separate tribal existence, and to rid themselves of the authority of Medina. Thus, returning to the type of relations with Mecca which were in effect during the Jahiliyya, they were willing to negotiate over agreements with the Medinan leadership which would be based on the principle of non-aggression.
Some chiefs of tribes proposed to defend Medina, and to protect the city against attacks by other tribes, in return for certain payments they would get.
Abu Bakr refused to negotiate with the chiefs of the tribes and decided to fight the hostile forces in the vicinity of Medina. Abu Bakr thus assured the survival and the perpetuation of the commonwealth of Medina.
Having brought the tribal forces under the control of Medina and having laid a solid foundation for their unity and loyalty, he sent tribal troops under Medinan command towards the northern and the eastern borders of the Arab peninsula, thus initiating the powerful Muslim conquests in the Persian and Byzantine empires.
An examination of some data incorporated in the reports about the ridda may help in elucidating certain economic aspects. The scrutiny of a hadith which is often quoted in the story of the ridda may enable us to get a glimpse into the ideas held by certain groups of Muslim scholars concerning the conditions imposed on those willing to embrace Isiam after the death of the Prophet, the status of the ridda people, and the question whether it was right to make war on them.
I The economic factors Ieading to the rebellion were clearly expounded by Shaban. The economic effect of conversion to Isiam can indeed be noticed in some early traditions. Upon their conversion to Islam they spoke to the Prophet of their fear that their income might suffer as a result of their break with unbelief and of their having become Muslims, a step which might displease the rulers of Syria and Iraq.
The Prophet allayed their anxiety by predicting that the end of Persian and Byzantine rule was near. Wensinck, The Muslim Creed, London repr.
A new interpretation, Cambridgepp. AI-Shafi'i, al-Umm, Cairo repr. Several reports stress however that Mecca was not affected by the ridda movement; see e. See on him e. Bakkar, Jamharat nasab quraysh wa-akhbtIrihtI, Ms. Bodley, Marshfols. Levi-Provencal, Cairopp. I 96aa; al-Dhahabi, Siyar a'ltIm al-nubaltI', ed.
It is noteworthy indeed that when the Ieaders of the rebellious tribes were captured and brought before Abu Bakr accused of apostasy, they defended themselves by saying that they had not become unbelievers, but were merely stingy with their wealth i.
B Another aspect of the secession movement was the triballeaders' contention that their allegiance was confined to the Prophet; they had concluded their agreements with him, had accepted his authority and had given him the oath of allegiance; they had no commitment to Abu Bakr.
Take aIms of their wealth to purify them and to cleanse them thereby and pray for them, thy prayers are a comfort for them It is the Prophet who is addressed in this verse and ordered to collect the tax; and it was the Prophet who was authorized to purify and cleanse them and to pray for them in return for Muhammad b.
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