Muḥammad

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Pantheon Books, 1971 - Religion - 362 pages
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Examines the Islamic prophet's spiritual and political influence on Arab civilization

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From Muhammad to the
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INTRODUCING A WORLD
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About the author (1971)

Maxine Rodinson studied Semitic languages, ethnography, and sociology at the Sorbonne. He later became a professor of Middle Eastern Ethnology and Old South Arabian Languages at the Sorbonne. He is the author of Israel and the Arabs, Mohammed, Marxism and the Muslim World, and Islam and Capitalism, which won the Isaac Deutscher Memorial Prize for 1974.

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