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Zaki Barrak Mahmoud


Islam is the religion of thinking. Islam and thinking are connected tightly. In the beginning of the Islamic calling, there was the media war. The power of word is the same as the power of sword. The prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) classified it as more effective from the spear.

The media role appeared with the beginning of AL Saraya movement for examples: Bader and Uhud. The weapons of media are used by the enemies of Islam to creat fear and distrust.

The prophet used all the types of weapons,  morally and psychologically to destroy the enemy's power. In the meantime, the prophet faced all kinds of attempts of his enemies.

 In discussing this topic, we could find many of media locations. This research told us about the historical battles of Muslims and the derived lessons especially the media ware.


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Mahmoud, Z. B. (2023). The Intellectual Dimensions of Military Media of the Age of Prophethood: The Battles of Badr and Uhud as Models. Journal of Tikrit University for Humanities, 30(2, 1), 73–96.


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