4:100 'And whoever emigrates for the cause of Allah (global imperative 8:39, 9:33, rational for suicide hadith 72 & 9:111) … his reward has already become INCUMBENT upon Allah. (101) … Indeed, the disbelievers are ever to you a clear enemy.'

Terrorist No. 1

'Final Will And Testament: Propagation of Jihad'

'Deal gently with themfor a while'

Qur'an 86:13-17 ' Behold this is the Word that distinguishes (Good from Evil):
It is not a thing for amusement.
Lo! they plot a plot (against thee, O Muhammad)
And I plot a plot (against them).
Deal thou gently with them for a while.'

(excerpt, page 56 'CONFILCT IN MECCA')          Of course, this verse was only 'revealed' upon realizing his own weak minotry status and the distinct possibility of being assassinatied. Had be been a more formidable opponent, this would never have taken place. Furtermore, though he may have feigned to be a somewhat 'peaceful' prophet initially, the Quranic Meccan verses inadvertently reveal that Muhammad actually harboured ulterior motives, which ultimately proves an insidious aganda was at play. By his own admission, the Quran prescribes to the early Muslim followers to "Give respite to the disbelievers. Deal gently with them… for a while"68
         From this very verse, we can extrapolate that Muhammad had always intended for a violent end, regardless of his preliminary peace-loving facade. This verse is neither an isolated exhortation, as the sentiment is echoed at least four times in the Quran.69 [verse 37:174] [38:88] [73:11] [86:13-17]

'Muhammad was once a refugee
taken in by the Jewish City of Medina.

'… He even changed the name of Yathrib and called it Medina (which is short for Medinatul Nabi, the Prophet's Town).' @AliSinaOrg

Within 5-years, he had driven out, executed, or enslaved every Jew there.'

Jem D. Plorable

He tells people to use terror