Certainly the Nasi’ is an impious addition, which has led the infidels into error.
One year they authorise the Nasi’, another year they forbid it.
In the West, dates in this era are usually denoted AH (Latin: For Central Arabia, especially Mecca, there is a lack of epigraphical evidence but details are found in the writings of Muslim authors of the Abbasid era.The forbidden months were four months during which fighting is forbidden, listed as Rajab and the three months around the pilgrimage season, Dhu al-Qa‘dah, Dhu al-Hijjah, and Muharram.Information about the forbidden months is also found in the writings of Procopius, where he describes an armistice with the Eastern Arabs of the Lakhmid al-Mundhir which happened in the summer of 541 AD.Some sources say that the Arabs followed the Jewish practice and intercalated seven months over nineteen years, or else that they intercalated nine months over 24 years; there is, however, no consensus among scholars on this issue. And fight the unbelievers totally even as they fight you totally and know that God is with the godfearing.The number of the months, with God, is twelve in the Book of God, the day that He created the heavens and the earth; four of them are sacred. Know that intercalation (nasi) is an addition to disbelief. The prohibition of Nasī’ would presumably have been announced when the intercalated month had returned to its position just before the month of Nasi' began.
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This interpretation is supported by Arab historians and lexicographers, like Ibn Hisham, Ibn Manzur, and the corpus of Qur'anic exegesis.