The Jews weren't the army that ruled over Jerusalem. Why didn't you ask how many people were killed? That changes the question drastically, deceiver. Do you mean that Muslims just walked right into Jerusalem?<quoted text>
Your post was hilarious and foolish and now you have written another absurd post.
How many Jews were killed when Jerusalem was taken over, immediately after Prophet's death?
OK, so nobody was killed right? They just walked in and everybody said, take us over. In fact, that's how it happened all over the Arabian Peninsula, right?<quoted text>
In fact, Jews were allowed to return by Umar. It was under Christians.
How many Christians were killed? Answer: None
(Fight against those who believe not in Allah, nor in the Last Day, nor forbid that which has been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, and those who acknowledge not the religion of truth among the People of the Scripture,) This honorable Ayah was revealed with the order to fight the People of the Book, after the pagans were DEFEATED, the people entered Allah's religion in large numbers, and the Arabian Peninsula was secured under the Muslims' control. Allah commanded His Messenger to fight the People of the Scriptures, Jews and Christians, on the ninth year of Hijrah, and he prepared his army to fight the Romans and called the people to Jihad announcing his intent and destination. The Messenger sent his intent to various Arab areas around Al-Madinah to gather forces, and he collected an army of thirty thousand. Some people from Al-Madinah and some hypocrites, in and around it, lagged behind, for that year was a year of drought and intense heat. The Messenger of Allah marched, heading towards Ash-Sham to fight the Romans until he reached Tabuk, where he set camp for about twenty days next to its water resources. He then prayed to Allah for a decision and went back to Al-Madinah because it was a hard year and the people were weak, as we will mention, Allah willing.
Don't you just hate it when actual Muslim scholars and historians ruin your made up little stories?