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You can read this item using any of sxlahi following Kobo apps and devices: His Character and Conduct. Books by Adil Salahi. Who Is the Prophet Mohammed? The author sets this against a fascinating historical backdrop. It goes beyond a window view of his life but a holding hand kind of experience if you know what I mean.

What Was Mohammed Really Like? Pioneers of Islamic Scholarship. Please get your facts right. Muslims will further their comprehension of their faith, and non-Muslims will come to understand the love Muslims have for their Prophet.

Levels of the Heart – Lataif al Qalb. Ernrdanest Jo rated it it was amazing Jul 11, The book is riddled with subjective value judgements which were hard for me to tolerate, even as a Muslim. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Muhammad ibn Ismaeel al. Haleima Al-Roomi added it Mar 14, Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Want to Read saving…. The part about the reasons for the immigration to Abissiniya is a must read. Arabic Virtual Translation Center.


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This is what sets Salahi’s seerah apart from others and why I give it that fourth star. Sabra rated it it was amazing Jun 25, If only it were more succinct and not so repetitive, I could truly then justify that fifth star. I got to learn details about his everyday life and character, and the virtue with which he led his life and captivated the lives of millions today.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. No other biography of the Prophet has ever presented that argument before. I only regret pro;het he didn’t provide with more details sources of many the stories he relates but it still makes this book one of the most readable accounts so far.

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Adil Salahi provides us here with a captivating and vivid account of the life of Prophet Muhammad Peace and Blessings of God upon him full of details. Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more.

Sara rated it it was amazing Aug 27, The book makes you feel what you can only imagine how the people around him felt.

We can empathise with him without feeling he is far too superior for us to relate to or overly sensationalised.


Muhammad: Man and Prophet by Adil Salahi

We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. Mufti Afzal Hoosen Elias. Muslims will further their comprehension of their faith, and non-Muslims will muhzmmad to understand the love Muslims have for their Prophet.

How to write a great review. I’ve learned a ton of new things about my religion and it’s history thanks to this marvelous book.

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I really appreciated how the author weaved Companions’ accounts of details about the Prophet’s life. The Crisis of Muslim History.

The book also uses anachronistic terms to explain the context of 7th century Arabia. Adil Salahi’s compelling biography traces the life of the Prophet Muhammad from his birth and childhood to the triumph of Islam and its hold on Arabia. For example, the first migration to Habsyah Abbyssinia or modern day Ethiopia have always been regarded as an early attempt to save the poor Muslims who were tortured and persecuted but if that is true why didn’t any of the former slaves who were tortured by the Quraysh fled to Habsyah?

Vivian rated it it was amazing Sep salaho, Speaking in God’s Name.