Muhammad: His Life Based on the Earliest Sources

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Islamic Texts Society, 1983 - Muslims - 368 pages
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Arguably the best English prose on the Prophet's life. - Goodreads
His style is very easy to read but still eloquent. - Goodreads
Finally, a great story and a great writing. - Goodreads
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It is a good read, still in the middle of it, but some of the things I read seemed quite a bit far-fetched such as the fact he split the Moon in half (no hating, I'm a Muslim too) but it was just hard to put my head around the fact that such miracles happened then but don't happen any may bee true to some degree but I think that the way Lings has worded it has made it seem...uhh... 

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The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) comes alive in this biography of Lings' in a way that I've never before experienced. One of the great gifts of this work is the ability that Lings has to portray the final ... Read full review


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