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In the early stage of Islam, Prophet Muhammad in the eyes of Meccans was an arch enemy of their lucrative business and a great threat to the religion of their forefathers. To stop his monotheism, they launched their vicious campaign against him, and thus they called him an enraptured poet and ambitious self-seeker; however, the prophet's peaceful victory over them resulted in the cessation of their hostilities, but this was not the end of animosity towards him. Later when the Muslim Turksdoi:10.5901/mjss.2016.v7n1s1p251 fatcat:tfkcgk6nyveijixoibmtvukc6i