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{"id":10373416142,"title":"Muhammad(s) His Life Based on the Earliest Sources","handle":"muhammads-his-life-based-on-the-earliest-sources","description":"\u003cdiv class=\"panel-group\" id=\"accordion\"\u003e\n\u003cdiv class=\"panel panel-default\"\u003e\n\u003cdiv class=\"panel-heading\"\u003e\n\u003ch4 class=\"panel-title\"\u003e\u003ca data-toggle=\"collapse\" data-parent=\"#accordion\" href=\"#collapse2\"\u003eDetailed Description:\u003c\/a\u003e\u003c\/h4\u003e\n\u003c\/div\u003e\n\u003cdiv id=\"collapse2\" class=\"panel-collapse collapse\"\u003e\n\u003cdiv style=\"color: black;\" class=\"panel-body\"\u003eThis is the definitive, objective biography of the Prophet, drawn from primary Arabic sources of the 8th and 9th centuries, and includes passages never before translated. It owes its freshness and directness of approach to the words of the men and women who heard Muhammad speak and witnessed the events of his life.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eAbout the Author(s) of Muhammad\u003cbr\u003eMartin Lings holds degrees from both Oxford and London University. He lectured for twelve years at Cairo University, and has served as Keeper of Oriental Manuscripts at the British Museum. He has participated in several international Islamic councils and conferences.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eHis other works include three books on Islamic mysticism, The Secret of Shakespeare, Ancient Beliefs and Modern Superstition, and The Koranic Arts of Calligraphy and Illumination.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003ePraise for Muhammad: \"Lings provides a wealth of detail on the life of Muhammad, the time and place of many Koranic revelations, and the foundation of Islam, all based exclusively on 8th- and 9th-century Arabic biographical sources and collections of the sayings attributed to Muhammad. General readers will find a well-written, straightforward chronological narrative; Muslim readers will appreciate the favorable treatment of Muhammad; while specialists will find a faithful and convenient rendering of source material.\"\u003cbr\u003eJoseph Gardner, California State Univ. 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Lib., Northridge Library Journal\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cb\u003e\u003cu\u003eTable of Contents Muhammad\u003c\/u\u003e\u003c\/b\u003e: His Life Based on the Earliest Sources\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e1 The House of God\u003cbr\u003e2 A Great Loss\u003cbr\u003e3 Quraysh of the Hollow\u003cbr\u003e4 The Recovery of Loss\u003cbr\u003e5 The Vow to Sacrifice a Son\u003cbr\u003e6 The Need for a Prophet\u003cbr\u003e7 The Year of The Elephant\u003cbr\u003e8 The Desert\u003cbr\u003e9 Two Bereavements\u003cbr\u003e10 Bahira the Monk\u003cbr\u003e11 A Pact of Chivalry\u003cbr\u003e12 Questions of Marriage\u003cbr\u003e13 The Household\u003cbr\u003e14 The Rebuilding of the Ka'bah\u003cbr\u003e15 The First Revelations\u003cbr\u003e16 Worship\u003cbr\u003e17 \"Warn Thy Family\"\u003cbr\u003e18 Quraysh Take Action\u003cbr\u003e19 Aws and Khazraj\u003cbr\u003e20 Abu Jahl and Hamzah\u003cbr\u003e21 Quraysh Make Offers and Demands\u003cbr\u003e22 Leaders of Quraysh\u003cbr\u003e23 Wonderment and Hope\u003cbr\u003e24 Family Divisions\u003cbr\u003e25 The Hour\u003cbr\u003e26 Three Questions\u003cbr\u003e27 Abyssinia\u003cbr\u003e28 'Umar\u003cbr\u003e29 The Ban and its Annulment\u003cbr\u003e30 Paradise and Eternity\u003cbr\u003e31 The Year of Sadness\u003cbr\u003e32 \"The Light of Thy Countenance\"\u003cbr\u003e33 After Years of Sadness\u003cbr\u003e34 Yathrib Responsive\u003cbr\u003e35 Many Emigrations\u003cbr\u003e36 A Conspiracy\u003cbr\u003e37 The Hijrah\u003cbr\u003e38 The Entry into Medina\u003cbr\u003e39 Harmony and Discord\u003cbr\u003e40 The New Household\u003cbr\u003e41 The Threshold of War\u003cbr\u003e42 The March of Badr\u003cbr\u003e43 The Battle of Badr\u003cbr\u003e44 The Return of the Vanquished\u003cbr\u003e45 The Captives\u003cbr\u003e46 Bani Qaynuqa'\u003cbr\u003e47 Deaths and Marriages\u003cbr\u003e48 The People of the Bench\u003cbr\u003e49 Desultory Warfare\u003cbr\u003e50 Preparations for Battle\u003cbr\u003e51 The March to Uhud\u003cbr\u003e52 The Battle of Uhud\u003cbr\u003e53 Revenge\u003cbr\u003e54 The Burial of the Martyrs\u003cbr\u003e55 After Uhud\u003cbr\u003e56 Victims of Revenge\u003cbr\u003e57 Bani Nadir\u003cbr\u003e58 Peace and War\u003cbr\u003e59 The Trench\u003cbr\u003e60 The Siege\u003cbr\u003e61 Bani Qurayzah\u003cbr\u003e62 After the Siege\u003cbr\u003e63 The Hypocrites\u003cbr\u003e64 The Necklace\u003cbr\u003e65 The Lie\u003cbr\u003e66 The Dilemma of Quraysh\u003cbr\u003e67 \"A Clear Victory\"\u003cbr\u003e68 After Hudaybiyah\u003cbr\u003e69 Khaybar\u003cbr\u003e70 \"Whom Lovest Thou Most?\"\u003cbr\u003e71 After Khaybar\u003cbr\u003e72 The Lesser Pilgrimage and its Aftermath\u003cbr\u003e73 Deaths and the Promise of Birth\u003cbr\u003e74 A Breach of the Armistice\u003cbr\u003e75 The Conquest of Mecca\u003cbr\u003e76 The Battle of Hunayn and the Siege of Ta'if\u003cbr\u003e77 Reconciliations\u003cbr\u003e78 After the Victory\u003cbr\u003e79 Tabuk\u003cbr\u003e80 After Tabuk\u003cbr\u003e81 The Degrees\u003cbr\u003e82 The Future\u003cbr\u003e83 The Farewell Pilgrimage\u003cbr\u003e84 The Choice\u003cbr\u003e85 The Succession and the Burial\u003cbr\u003eMap of Arabia (by Steven w. Johnson)\u003cbr\u003eQuraysh of the Hollow (genealogical tree)\u003cbr\u003eNote on Pronunciation of Arabic Names\u003cbr\u003eKey to References\u003cbr\u003eIndex\u003c\/div\u003e\n\u003c\/div\u003e\n\u003c\/div\u003e\n\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\n\u003cdiv\u003e\n\u003ccenter\u003e\u003ca href=\"http:\/\/www.noorart.net\/noorartiv\/iv\/BookViewer.php?nrt_iv_id=2582#lnkNABV_Photo_1\" button=\"\" type=\"button\" style=\"background-color: #962a2a; color: white; padding: 14px 40px;\" target=\"_blank\" rel=\"noopener noreferrer\"\u003eSample Preview\u003c\/a\u003e\u003c\/center\u003e\n\u003c\/div\u003e\n\u003c\/div\u003e"}

Muhammad(s) His Life Based on the Earliest Sources

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Publisher: Inner Traditions International
ISBN: 1594771537
ISBN-13: 9781594771538
Author: Martin Lings
Format: Paperback
Ages: Adults
Language: English
Theme: Prophet Muhammad (s)
Pages: 368
Dimensions: (15.24 x 22.86)
First Publishing Date: 10/01/1987

This is the definitive, objective biography of the Prophet, drawn from primary Arabic sources of the 8th and 9th centuries, and includes passages never before translated. It owes its freshness and directness of approach to the words of the men and women who heard Muhammad speak and witnessed the events of his life.

About the Author(s) of Muhammad
Martin Lings holds degrees from both Oxford and London University. He lectured for twelve years at Cairo University, and has served as Keeper of Oriental Manuscripts at the British Museum. He has participated in several international Islamic councils and conferences.

His other works include three books on Islamic mysticism, The Secret of Shakespeare, Ancient Beliefs and Modern Superstition, and The Koranic Arts of Calligraphy and Illumination.

Praise for Muhammad: "Lings provides a wealth of detail on the life of Muhammad, the time and place of many Koranic revelations, and the foundation of Islam, all based exclusively on 8th- and 9th-century Arabic biographical sources and collections of the sayings attributed to Muhammad. General readers will find a well-written, straightforward chronological narrative; Muslim readers will appreciate the favorable treatment of Muhammad; while specialists will find a faithful and convenient rendering of source material."
Joseph Gardner, California State Univ. Lib., Northridge Library Journal

Table of Contents Muhammad: His Life Based on the Earliest Sources

1 The House of God
2 A Great Loss
3 Quraysh of the Hollow
4 The Recovery of Loss
5 The Vow to Sacrifice a Son
6 The Need for a Prophet
7 The Year of The Elephant
8 The Desert
9 Two Bereavements
10 Bahira the Monk
11 A Pact of Chivalry
12 Questions of Marriage
13 The Household
14 The Rebuilding of the Ka'bah
15 The First Revelations
16 Worship
17 "Warn Thy Family"
18 Quraysh Take Action
19 Aws and Khazraj
20 Abu Jahl and Hamzah
21 Quraysh Make Offers and Demands
22 Leaders of Quraysh
23 Wonderment and Hope
24 Family Divisions
25 The Hour
26 Three Questions
27 Abyssinia
28 'Umar
29 The Ban and its Annulment
30 Paradise and Eternity
31 The Year of Sadness
32 "The Light of Thy Countenance"
33 After Years of Sadness
34 Yathrib Responsive
35 Many Emigrations
36 A Conspiracy
37 The Hijrah
38 The Entry into Medina
39 Harmony and Discord
40 The New Household
41 The Threshold of War
42 The March of Badr
43 The Battle of Badr
44 The Return of the Vanquished
45 The Captives
46 Bani Qaynuqa'
47 Deaths and Marriages
48 The People of the Bench
49 Desultory Warfare
50 Preparations for Battle
51 The March to Uhud
52 The Battle of Uhud
53 Revenge
54 The Burial of the Martyrs
55 After Uhud
56 Victims of Revenge
57 Bani Nadir
58 Peace and War
59 The Trench
60 The Siege
61 Bani Qurayzah
62 After the Siege
63 The Hypocrites
64 The Necklace
65 The Lie
66 The Dilemma of Quraysh
67 "A Clear Victory"
68 After Hudaybiyah
69 Khaybar
70 "Whom Lovest Thou Most?"
71 After Khaybar
72 The Lesser Pilgrimage and its Aftermath
73 Deaths and the Promise of Birth
74 A Breach of the Armistice
75 The Conquest of Mecca
76 The Battle of Hunayn and the Siege of Ta'if
77 Reconciliations
78 After the Victory
79 Tabuk
80 After Tabuk
81 The Degrees
82 The Future
83 The Farewell Pilgrimage
84 The Choice
85 The Succession and the Burial
Map of Arabia (by Steven w. Johnson)
Quraysh of the Hollow (genealogical tree)
Note on Pronunciation of Arabic Names
Key to References
Index


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