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 more...it 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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A good book for those who want a quick but enjoyable read on the seerah of Rasulullah saw. As a muslim reading it, I appreciate that it attempted to provide glimpses of intimate accounts of the ... Read full review

Contents

Quraysh of the Hollow
6
The Recovery of a Loss
10
The Vow to Sacrifice a Son
12
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