Some Westerners have accused the "prophet" of turning his followers away from other religions into a closed society. Innovative and modernists have also tried to spread out the idea that the Holy Prophet was deeply intolerant of other cultures. In fact, there is no other religious leader who has shown so much secularism and harmony as he has. His generosity towards other religions is well documented in the history books ...

There are two groups of non-Muslims in Islamic countries: Captives (Dimmi) and refugees. Refugees fleeing from other countries and permanent residents were given the same freedom of religion and protection ...

Some people think that the word 'Dimmi' refers to humiliation.rather, It means ‘under the protection of the Prophet’and its clear from the instructions given by the Prophet (ﷺ) to each of the governors. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) used to say to every governor: “Protect the non-Muslims who take refuge in you with the protection of Allaah and the Prophet. See them as of your followers. Injustice to them is so dreadful rather than the deception to their own followers" (Muslim 2 / 1357-58)

The letter sent by the first Caliph Abu Bakr (ra) to the people of Najran is noteworthy. "Non-Muslims should be protected by the Holy Prophet. Their movable property, places of worship and priests must be secured. They should not have any harm or loss”
  (Kitab al-Kharaj 79) Similarly, there are letters from Hazrat Umar (ra) and Ali (ra) ...

In short, they are just like any other citizen. Imam Awsai says: ‘They are not slaves. They are safe, independent citizens. "
  (Kitabul Amwal, p: 150)

The English historian Ronaldo openly admits this: the Islamic State is not like the Roman Empire that forcefully imposed Christianity on all its subjects. In fact, the Arabs recognized and granted freedom to all religious minorities. Christians, Jews and Zorashtra believers all enjoyed this freedom ...

In the sixth year of the Hijra, a treaty came into act showing integrity towards the priests of St. Catherine's Monastery, near Mount Sinai, and to all Christians. All this history still remain as landmarks of Islamic ruling..

* Humanity *

The Qur'an addresses us as human beings. God honors him more than any other animal. "We have honored the children of Adam. Assigned them to sea and land, We have have provided good resources. We have made them superior to other creatures. ” There are many such verses in the Qur'an ...

If ‘all men are equal’ is a legend about Maveli’s (Mythical legend, said to be as a ruler in Kerala in primitive culture) rule, the fact is that it was available to men under Islamic rule. Allah unequivocally declares this equality of opportunity: "O mankind, I have created you from a male and a female. You have been divided into many tribes and sects in order to identify you. The true master is only the pious. Allah is Omniscient, Omnipresent. ”

This was proclaimed aloud when the Holy Prophet delivered his farewell address in the 10th year of the Hijra. Know that your Lord is One and there is only One true God even. Know that Arabian has no place over non-Arabs and non-Arabs have no place over Arabian. Black and white have no special places over each other either,except in piety and consciousness of Allah. Did I not tell you all this? ”
  (Musnad Ahmad 12/226).

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) also showed his respect to the scriptures of other religions. He also ordered that the scriptures of pagans should not be despised. "Neither you should believe in the People of the Scriptures nor disbelieve their scriptures, You people should say to them" We are believing on whatever Allah has revealed on both of us.
  (Bukhari 3/163)

A similar hadith can also be found in Musnad Ahmad. Imam Kirmani says: ‘According to this hadith of the Prophet, one should have to believe in all the scriptures revealed to the Prophets. It may be easy to find out the mistakes made by those who compiled the book. But let us not disbelieve them totally as if all scriptures revealed by Allah. And do not accept them wholeheartedly as if they were not responsible for the errors in those books. It is possible that those texts are correct. So let us not falsify those scriptures. '
  (Tafseer al-Kirmani 13/14)

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) forbade blasphemies against the gods or idols of other religions. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) respected man and the one he respects. Allah says: ‘Do not blame those who call on other than Allah. They will also blaspheme God out of ignorance because of enmity. We have beautified each and every nation with their own doing, After math of the life, all of will be returned to Allah. Then, They will be well aware about what they were doing. ” Imam Qurtubi in his explanation to this verse mentions to not defame the idols and gods of other religious people.