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(1928) A Brief Sketch of the Life of the Prophet Muhammad: Presented by the Ahmadiyya Anjuman Isha'at (Lahore, Pakistan)

(1928) A Brief Sketch of the Life of the Prophet Muhammad: Presented by the Ahmadiyya Anjuman Isha'at (Lahore, Pakistan)

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A
brief
sketch
of
the
life
of
THE
PROPHET
OF
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ANJUMAN
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THE
PROPHET
OF
ISLAM
It
was
in
the
year
571
of
the
Christianera
that
the
Holy
Prophet
Muhammad
was
born.
At
the
time
of
his
birth
Arabia
was
steeped
deep
in
the
worst
form
of
idolatrythat
has
ever
prevailed
in
any
country.
The
Kaba,
the
spiritual
centre
of
Arabia,
was
full
of
idols,
and
every
household
had,
in
addition,
its
own
idols.
Unhewn
stones,trees
and
heaps
of
sand
were
also
worshipped.
And
in
spite
of
this
vast
and
deep-rooted
idolatry,
the
Arabs
were,
as
Bosworth
Smith
remarks,
materialistic.
"
Eat
and
drink
''
is,
as
he
says,
"
the
epicurean
tone
of
the
majority
ofthe
poems
that
have
come
down
to
us."
There
was
practically
no
faith
in
a
life
after
death,
no
feeling
of
responsibility
forone's
actions.
They,
however,
believed
in
demons,
and
diseases
were
attributed
to
the
influence
of
evil
spirits.
Ignorance
prevailed
among
the
high
as
well
as
the
low,
so
much
so
that
the
noblest
of
men
could
boast
of
his
ignorance.
There
was
no
moral
code
and
vice
was
rampant.
The
sexual
relations
were
loose.
Obscene
poems
and
songs
were
recited
in
public
assemblies.
There
was
no
punish-
ment
for
adultery,
nor
any
moral
sanctionagainst
it.
Prostitution
had
nothing
dishonourable
about
it
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