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Fanaticism, or Mahomet the Prophet
 
Voltaire
Fanaticism, or Mahomet the Prophet
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The plot of this tragedy, Voltaire went to events in the life of the Arab tribes of Arabia related to the spread of Islam and the activities of religious reformer Muhammad. The author wrote: "I know that Muhammad did not make it a betrayal of what is the story of my tragedy. My aim is not solely to display the true scene of the event, but to honestly portray the manners, to convey the true thoughts of the people generated by the circumstances, of which these men found themselves, and, finally, show how violence can reach a malicious hoax and which is capable of performing the horrors of bigotry. Mohammed I - nothing, as Tartuffe with arms. " The play of Voltaire deployed in Mecca around 630 AD Sheik of Mecca, Zopir, learns about the intention of Mohammed, his worst enemy, to conquer the city. The family was exterminated Zopira Muhammad, so he is very attached to his young captive Palmyra, which Mohammed said his slave, and requires it to return, as she grew up in Medina, the place is already converted to Islam. There, he and the lord of the idol. A girl appreciates the kindness and gentleness Zopira, but asks him to do the will of the teacher and get her back to Medina. Sheik refuses, explaining that he does not want to indulge in Palmyra had crept into the trust the tyrant. Senator Fanor Zopiru reports of the appearance in the Rock, warlord Mohammed, with his retinue. Omar, six years before this, "went on a campaign to protect Mecca, and, driving the troops a traitor a
 
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