People of the Book

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The People of the Book (Ahl al-Kitāb) is an phrase in Islam to refer to people who worship the "One True God": the God of the Christian, Muslim, Jewish, and Sabian. Zoroastrian faith is sometimes included.

People of the Book were historically respected by Muslim leaders, starting with the Prophet Muhammed.


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