BATTLES OF THE PROPHET IN SEERAH CURRICULUM A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF ITS VALIDITY
Teaching and learning through stories is an accepted principle. The curriculum requires
highlighting historical stories, tales of national heroes and anecdotes of the glorious past of
nations. This is general false assumption that war and victory stories evoke feelings of terrorism.
How can stories of national victors who fought against oppressors, usurpers and invaders be
instigators of terrorism? The Messenger of Allah fought for peace. He fought for the oppressed
class. He accepted the bloodshed only when there was no other way. But some sections have
raised the question that the true stories of the Prophet's conquests incite Muslim students to war.
However, violent people are found in different races, religions and countries around the world
Who go astray for any reason but no one learned violence from a curriculum story. This research
paper addresses the question that terrorism is not related to the stories of Prophetic battles taught
in the curriculum. The article is written in an analytical and critical mode.