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Focusing on the personality of Muhammad (صلى الله عليه وسلم) and his global mission, this audiobook acquaints the reader with the man who is loved so much by some and misunderstood so much by others. It addresses questions such as, "Was he really a prophet?" "What did he teach?" "Did he live up to his claims?" "Did he encourage war and terrorism?"

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Published May 6th 2021 by Islamic Audiobooks Central (first published 2008)
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A quite good book gives a brief yet comprehensive idea about Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) who he is, what life he has been through and what the significant achievements he accomplished. Apart from this, there was an emphasis, throughout the book, on explaining Islam with respect of the Sunnah-traditions, sayings and actions of the Prophet-as well as the Qura’an.

Now a very good thing I find about this book is that at the very beginning of the book it lays a common ground with its reader! It starts wi
Feb 24, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Another gem by Umm Muhammad! Remarkable how she gets so much information into this tiny little book which serves as a concise introduction to the final Prophet's life and his profound sayings. ...more
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Umm Muhammad, Aminah Assami was born in southern California in 1940 and embraced Islam in 1974 in Syria after completing intensive Arabic language courses. In 1981 she moved to Saudi Arabia, and has taught classes in tafseer and basic fiqh at the Islamic Cultural Center in Jeddah since 1991. She has authored and/or revised more than 80 Islamic books in English, mostly for Dar Abul-Qasim. Her preci ...more

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