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The toll in human life which Islam has wrought throughout history has been very great. According to the traditional historical accounts, the previously mentioned Caliph Umar I attained to the leadership of the Islamic Caliphate in 634 AD, two years after the death of Mohammed. In his short time as Caliph, so the traditional history says, he sent out Islamic armies for the conquest of Syria (636 AD), Iraq (637 AD), Palestine and the Transjordan (638 AD), Egypt (642 AD), and Persia (642 AD) http://thecollegepolitico.com/library/diccionario-del-amante-del-islam-lexicon-paidos. And [made me] dutiful to my mother, and He has not made me a wretched tyrant. And peace is on me the day I was born and the day I will die and the day I am raised alive." According to many historians, this story was already in circulation in the middle east from a document called The Arabic Gospel of the Infancy (an apocryphal work; meaning no inspiration of God, and no verification of truth and accuracy), which says the following: "We have found it recorded in the book of Josephus the Chief Priest, who was in the time of Christ (and men say that he was Caiaphas), that this man said that Jesus spake when He was in the cradle, and said to Mary His Mother, 'Verily I am Jesus, the Son of God, the Word which thou hast borne, according as the angel Gabriel gave thee the good news; and My Father hath sent Me for the salvation of the world.'" -The Arabic Gospel of The Infancy Of The Saviour, Vol. 1, Kessinger Publishing, 2004, ISBN: 9781419152511 Scholar of Qur'an sources, William Tisdall, said the following about this passage: "Of course Muhammad could not represent Christ as using the words which this apocryphal Gospel attributes to Him, for in the Qur'an, the Divine Sonship of Christ is everywhere denied http://thecollegepolitico.com/library/oraci-a-n-cristiana-y-liberaci-a-n.
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