Muhammad: His Life Based on the Earliest Sources

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Islamic Texts Society, 1983 - Muslims - 359 pages
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Martin Lings life of Muhammed is based on Arabic sources of the eight and ninth centuries, of which some passages are translated here for the first time.

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FINALLY AFTER MORE THAN A YEAR! I will not review the story, since I believe this book has going through deep exploration of facts from classic sources (hey, it is the best Prophet SAW biography ... Read full review

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what's beautiful is that here you get to experience the life of Blessed Prophet (sws) and that of his companions (ra) as though you are living through it, instead of sifting through bits and pieces of ... Read full review

Contents

The House of God page
1
A Great Loss
4
Quraysh of the Hollow
6
Copyright

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Martin Lings (1909-2005) was a renowned British scholar who taught at several European universities and the University of Cairo. He was the keeper of Oriental manuscripts in the British Museum and the British Library and the author of numerous books on religion and spirituality, including The Book of Certainty, What is Sufism?, Ancient Beliefs and Modern Superstitions, and the internationally acclaimed Muhammad: His Life Based on the Earliest Sources.

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