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Children, Easter, and Empire: ncreasing severity over time.9 A written version of the agn to Muslim legal texts by the ninth century in a sta variably aseribed to the Caliph "Umar ibn al-Khattab laborated on the conditions and added new restriction aiming to be the original "Pact." In its earlies ipulated that in return for the Muslims' pledge of safe.co ersons and property (aman), the non-Muslims agreed to th 2 Christians and Jews in the Ottoman Arab world ll the s t renditions They would be subject to the political authority of Islam They would not speak of the Propher faith They would refrain from committing fornication with Muslim w This was extended to include marriage between non-Muslim men Muslim women. Marriage between Muslim men and dhimmi was allowed, following the Prophet's example, as long as the were brought up as Muslims. But non-Muslim wives of Musl were free to worship according to their own faith Non-Muslims were forbidden to sell or give a Muslim anything t was in violation of Islamic law, i.e. carrion, pork, or alcohol The display of crosses or the ringing of bells in public was permitted, nor any public proclamation of "polytheistic" belief to Muslim. No new churches or synagogues could be built. Non-Muslims must wear the girdle over their cloaks and were to differentiate themselves from Muslims by their headgear, mounts, an saddles. This was expanded later to prohibit non-Muslims from ridiy either horses or camels, limiting them to mules and donkeys Non-Muslims should not teach their children the Qur'an, nor Arabic in their personal seals. No non-Muslim could hold a Muslim as a slave. No public religious processions, such as those traditionally ho Easter, were to be allowed. e formula guarantees in return that Muslims would not intoe ernal decisions made by the leadership of the non-Muslim nmunities in regards to personal status law or contracts unless a rterlia eed to Muslim adjudication 10 E. Bosworth, "The Concept of Dhimma in Early Islam" in Dtoman Empire. Edited by B. Braude and da mnclish tranlat Early Islam" in Chrivtiqns and Jow! " Constitution of the United Kingdom
Children, Easter, and Empire: ncreasing severity over time.9 A written version of the agn
 to Muslim legal texts by the ninth century in a sta
 variably aseribed to the Caliph "Umar ibn al-Khattab
 laborated on the conditions and added new restriction
 aiming to be the original "Pact." In its earlies
 ipulated that in return for the Muslims' pledge of safe.co
 ersons and property (aman), the non-Muslims agreed to th
 2
 Christians and Jews in the Ottoman Arab world
 ll the s
 t renditions
 They would be subject to the political authority of Islam
 They would not speak of the Propher
 faith
 They would refrain from committing fornication with Muslim w
 This was extended to include marriage between non-Muslim men
 Muslim women. Marriage between Muslim men and dhimmi
 was allowed, following the Prophet's example, as long as the
 were brought up as Muslims. But non-Muslim wives of Musl
 were free to worship according to their own faith
 Non-Muslims were forbidden to sell or give a Muslim anything t
 was in violation of Islamic law, i.e. carrion, pork, or alcohol
 The display of crosses or the ringing of bells in public was
 permitted, nor any public proclamation of "polytheistic" belief to
 Muslim.
 No new churches or synagogues could be built.
 Non-Muslims must wear the girdle over their cloaks and were to
 differentiate themselves from Muslims by their headgear, mounts, an
 saddles. This was expanded later to prohibit non-Muslims from ridiy
 either horses or camels, limiting them to mules and donkeys
 Non-Muslims should not teach their children the Qur'an, nor
 Arabic in their personal seals.
 No non-Muslim could hold a Muslim as a slave.
 No public religious processions, such as those traditionally ho
 Easter, were to be allowed.
 e formula guarantees in return that Muslims would not intoe
 ernal decisions made by the leadership of the non-Muslim
 nmunities in regards to personal status law or contracts unless a
 rterlia
 eed to Muslim adjudication
 10
 E. Bosworth, "The Concept of Dhimma in Early Islam" in
 Dtoman Empire. Edited by B. Braude and
 da mnclish tranlat
 Early Islam" in Chrivtiqns and Jow! "
Constitution of the United Kingdom

Constitution of the United Kingdom