idiocy gives me energy
The link you sent is talking about jews whereas nowhere in my post did I even talk mention it. They are all treated the same but this pact was mainly for the Syrian Christians. It protected them while also granting them religious freedom. The only ones who debate its authenticity are western sheikhs and Shias. Most of them aren't even Muslim. Bernard Lewis, widely regarded as one of the leading scholars in Jewish history, described the "official" origin of the Pact of 'Umar: "The Muslim historiographic tradition ascribes these regulations to the caliph 'Umar I (634-644)." He doubts the validity of this attribution, writing that the document "can hardly be authentic. This man also claims that the pact was written over centuries. I will take his opinions with a grain of salt.Here is the link that is working:
It is a scholarly paper that discusses the authenticity of another late version but it mentions that the one that I posted is the most popular early version of the treaty.