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“Head of the
State as well
as the Church,
he was Caesar
and Pope in
one; but he was
Pope without
the Pope’s
pretensions,
and Caesar
without the
legions of
Caesar, without
a standing
army, without
a bodyguard,
without a police
force, without a
fixed revenue.
If ever a man
ruled by a right
divine, it was
Muhammad, for
he had all the
powers without
their supports.
He cared not for
the dressings
of power. The
simplicity of his
private life was
in keeping with
his public life.”
Reverend
Bosworth Smith
‘Talking about
The History of
Muhammad’
in London, 1874
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