1 Department of International Relations, Faculty of Social Sciences, Shah Abdul Latif University, Sindh, Pakistan, and Phd Student at History of Ahl-ul-Bait in Al-Mustafa International University (Corresponding Author)

2 Associate Professor in Department of History, Faculty of History and Civilization and Political Studies, Baqir al-Olum University, Qom, Iran


SUBJECT AND OBJECTIVES: Finding the main causes of hostility origin amongst people, peace authorities attempted to present their peacemaking models to enhance peace in a context of individuals, groups and societies hostilities. Faith-based peacemaking that is derived from the main sources of religious thought, including the Quran and Sunna, is the model by which peacemakers tried to solve the problems of religious people in Modern age.
METHOD AND FINDING: The present paper after analyzing the main religious sources finds the outstanding character of Islamic peacemaking is the holy Prophet Muhammad as he is introduced to be a perfect role model for all humanity in any time, including modern lives. It seems to be the component in the proposal narrative where fill the gap between the objectives and the eventual outcome. It is also where demonstrate the feasibility of the research project's by detailing the experiences and resources used that will be drawn upon to carry out the research.
CONCLUSION: Therefore, the tradition of the Holy Prophet has been investigated in order to show how he behaved in the multi-cultural and multi-religious environment of Medina in order to create a unified society. Dialogue was a tactic that the Prophet used in dealing with people by reciting the glorious Quran and issuing the Charter of Medina to unify the diverse society of Medina under a new culture of Muslim brotherhood and Umma.


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