“Compare the United States before the Civil War to ancient Arabia at the advent of Prophet Muhammad in 610 AD, and you’ll find uncanny similarities. Arabia in 610 was rampant with racism, slavery, and violence against minorities. But while 150 years after the Civil War ended institutionalized racism remains embedded within the fabric of American society, by the time Prophet Muhammad died in 632, racism and slavery were ghosts of an abandoned era.
….Prophet Muhammad’s method to end slavery was not only practical, but also secular in application, effective, and long lasting. As a result, slavery ended quickly, and racial harmony flourished for millennia (Islam hasn’t been around for “millennia” – ed) to come.
…How was this possible?”