Comments in this book numbered by 3 numbers (included 00 or 0) a few places followed by one small letter = clear cases. Comments numbered by 00 or 0 followed by 1, 2 or 3 letters (big or small) = likely cases.
Muhammad led some wars. They all (even his raids for booty and slaves) were called jihad – holy wars – in spite of in reality being wars of aggression, not of real self defence. (Even the battles at Badr, Uhud and Medina/the Trench in reality were defence battles in a war of aggression started and kept alive by Muhammad’s raids, robbing and extorting).
The real wars were the war with Mecca provoked and kept alive by Muhammad's robbing of caravans to and from Mecca, etc. The highlights were the battles of Badr, Uhud, and Medina (also called the Battle of the Trench). Then there were the Battle of Hunayn that may be called a real war. The march towards Tabuk turned out to be a war which never started.
The rest were just raids - mostly for stealing, robbing, extortion, and enslaving.
This chapter will be finished not later than 2010 AD.
In the book “The Message of the Quran”, certified by Al-Azhar Al-Sharif Islamic Research Academy in Cairo (one of the 2-3 top universities in the Muslim world on such subjects) in a letter dated 27. Dec. 1998, it is admitted rather reluctantly that there are no proofs for Allah, and that it is not possible to prove him. An additonal point here is that if there are no proof for Allah and impossible to prove him, automatically there also is no proof for, and impossible to prove Muhammad's claimed connection to Allah. If there is no Allah and/or no connection between Muhammad and a god, what then is Islam?