Dr. Muhammad Saeed Mitwally ar-Rahawan (H/B)
Early Sources For Prophet Muhammad’s Biography (H/B)
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In ‘Early Sources for Prophet Muhammad’s Biography’, Dr. Muhammad Saeed Mitwally aims to prove that applying Western methods of critical analysis to the available Muslim sources can take us back to early, reliable information about the Prophet (sa).
Early Western biographies of the Prophet of Islam (sa) were largely based upon the Qur’an, as well as upon the late Muslim sources dating from the sixteenth century. After the publication of Goldziher’s Muhammedanische Studien in 1890, the reliability of Muslim sources became controversial. This stance was intensified by the publication of Schacht’s The Origins of Muhammadan Jurisprudence, in which he claimed that none of the Hadith literature is authentic. In this book, Dr. Muhammad Saeed Mitwally successfully challenges some of the problems raised by the pessimistic attitude.
Students of Hadith will find this study thought-provoking and informative.
This is an outline of the main contours of Wstern scholarshop on the life and achievements of the Prophet Muhammad. It aim to highlight a perceived lack of objectivity and to focus on the need to study Islam from a scholarly and objective angle.
The influence of Muhammad’s prophet hood is visible in everything that the world now contains: beliefs and patterns of thought, culture and civilization, morals and modes of living, knowledge and learning. In short, all spheres of human endeavor. Strange indeed, therefore, that so many people on the face of the earth today have little or no knowledge of the life and mission of this last great Prophet of God and his historical impact on the world we live in.
The Life of The Last Prophet , is a concise and authentic account of the life of the Prophet Muhammad (S) written by Yusuf Islam, formerly known as Cat Stevens. This book is the printed version of the spoken word album of the same name and also includes a selection of prophetic sayings and detailed references.
Description from the publisher:
These 178 companions are those who accepted Islam in their childhood and spent it being around Prophet صلی الله علیه وآله وسلّم and getting benefits from his teachings and learning from his manners. The Prophet used to love the children and his behaviour with them is model to follow. He taught them the manners of eating, talking to theirs elders, behaving with other children, along with guiding them to the basic points of Islamic teachings.
It includes the biography of the following companions:
Hasan bin ‘Ali رضی الله عنه
Husain bin ‘Ali رضی الله عنه
Abdullah bin Zoubir رضی الله عنه
Abdullah bin ‘Abbas رضی الله عنه
Abdullah bin Ja’far رضی الله عنه
Abdullah bin ‘Umar رضی الله عنه
Abdullah bin ‘Amr رضی الله عنه
Usamah bin Zaid رضی الله عنه
Anas bin Malik رضی الله عنه
Sa’eed bin Al-‘Aasرضی الله عنه
Sayyida Khadijah (Ra) the first wife of Prophet Mohammed (SAW), The Mother of the Believers. She was a shining example to all Muslim men and women. Even during the pre-Islamic times, she was known as Taahirah – the pure and righteous one.
This book includes authentic accounts highlighting her intelligence, commitment to the deen, sincere belief in Allah swt, and her perseverance during the most difficult circumstances. It transports the reader back in time to the very beginning of Islam, providing deep insights into her life and the lives of her children and grandchildren.
This book is a wonderful, well-researched edition to the body of biographical work encompassing the live of the Prophet (saw), his family, companions and followers.
The author provides a clear and fast-paced account of the battles and internal struggles of the four caliphs, as well as that of the fifth, Hasan ibn Ali. He avoids long excursions into the technical intricacies and obscure historical detail found in longer books. However, he refreshingly puts forward a balanced and convincing analysis of the contentious issues involving the four caliphs, such as Ali ibn Abi Talib’s delay in giving the pledge, the insurgency against Uthman, the battles of the Camel and Siffin, and the disputes between Ali and Muawiya (may Allah be pleased with them all).
The author’s analysis leaves the reader with a clear understanding and helps to increase the love and respect for the Prophet of Allah and his Companions.
This book will surely satisfy your curiosity about the immediate period after the Prophet’s (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) departure from this world. It will relieve your heart of any confusion you feel about the events of that time. This is a book written for readers of any age, hence an inspiring read for the young and old alike.
How many times have you heard the phrase, ‘Would you do that if the prophet was watching?’
This book challenges readers to think closely about this phrase, and describes the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) from the first page of the book’s first chapter.
In fact, the book is a message of love from a mere human being.. to the best of human beings.
Written by the best-selling author of Don’t be Sad and You can be the Happiest Woman in the World, Muhammad as if you can see Him is promised to have the same effect on readers as did ‘Aid Al-Qarni’s previous writings.
What makes the book so special??
It is written by a skilled and award-winning author.
It describes the Prophet’s physical features as well as his inner traits.
The book leads the reader to understanding Muhammad from his beginning to his end.
The text and words are easy to understand, and the stories allow readers to keep up with their pace.
A Biography of the Prophet of Islam : In the Light of the Original Sources An Analytical Study (2 Volumes)
This work on the life history of the Prophet (Sallalahu Ale Wasalam) stands out from other works in quite a few ways. First, every detail mentioned has been traced back to original sources, whose authenticity has been discussed extensively in the footnotes. Second, the events of the Prophet’s life have been related to modern times and lessons drawn for the benefit of those who happen to face similar situations in their struggle to spread the Prophetic message.
1. Mecca Years and the Migration
2. A Home Full of Peace and Virtue
3. Aisha the Immaculate
4. After the Prophet
5. Aisha and Knowledge
Khadija and Aisha had a special position among the wives of God’s Messenger; while the former was like the royal vizier in Mecca for fifteen years before the revelation, the latter fulfilled the same duty during the Medina years and later on. When they are considered in terms of the mission that they performed, each of them had the proper qualifications. God Almighty provided the Messenger of God with a strong character: in Mecca where belief, self-sacrifice and bravery were so necessary, He gave him Khadija; in Medina where the requirements of knowledge, intelligence and reasoning were felt, He bestowed him Aisha.
Talambuhay At Nakalarawang Gabay Tungo Sa Mga Batayang Moral Ng Sibilisasyong Islam.
(This is the Tagalog version of ‘The Prophet of Islam Muhammad SAW: Biography & Pictorial Guide’.
This book explores the lives of the four imams who were the founders of the canonical schools of Islamic Law. It explores the areas of convergence and disagreement between these great scholars to reveal the unity of their basic principles as well as the multiplicity of their opinion and judgments. In doing so, it demonstrates Islam’s inherent flexibility, which takes into account the different historical, social and geographical circumstances in which people find themselves. This allows the teachings of Islam to remain vital for every place and time.