Muhammad at Medina

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At the Clarendon Press, 1956 - Islam - 418 pages
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Muhammad at Medina was written by W. Montgomery Watt as a sequel to his Muhammad at Mecca and the two works together constitute a comprehensive history of the Life of Muhammad and the origins of the Islamic Community. The author has examined a vast mass of scholarly discussion and in this pioneering work he has attempted to answer many questions that have hardly been raised in the past. He has endeavored to write so as to be easily understood by the historian who has no knowledge of Arabic.

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This is actually a sequel to Watt's Muhammad at Mecca. Montgomery is one of the most renowned Orientalists. He is such an unbiased author that one would never see a hint of hypocracy in any of his books. Muhammad at Medina is as good as Muhammad at Mecca. Read full review

Contents

THE FAILURE OF THE MECCAN RIPOST
17
THE WINNING OF THE MECCANS
40
THE UNIFYING OF THE ARABS
78

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