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Diplomacy and Diplomatic Practice in the Early Islamic Era

by Yasin Istanbuli

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 019579303X, Hardcover)

Islam has a long tradition of diplomacy, stemming in part from its early history when the Arab Peninsula separated the Persian and Byzantine Empires. Here, Yasin Istanbulli discusses diplomacy as practiced by the Prophet (PBUH) and other rulers in the early period of Islam. Topics include the Constitution of Medina, the Treaty of Hudebiya, and the Treaty of Najran, as well as the ritual diplomacy practiced in the Ethiopian Court.

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