The Treaty of Hudaybiyah
The Campaign of Khaybar and Missions to Kings
The `Umrah or Lesser Pilgrimage
The Campaign of Mu'tah
The Conquest of Makkah
Campaigns of Hunayn and a1 Ta'if
Ibrahim and the Wives of the Prophet
Campaign of Tabuk and the Death of Ibrahim
The Year of Deputations and Abu Bakr's Leadershipof the Pilgrimage
The Farewell Pilgrimage
The Prophet's Sickness and Death
The Prophet's Burial
Conclusion in Two Essays
Islamic Civilization as Depicted in the Qur'an
Islamic Civilization and the Western Orientalists
practically the same terms asChicago, in 1969. Five yearspassed with little or noaction. Then, mysteriousforces again intervened andresulted in the unilateralwithdrawal of TempleUniversity Press from itsagreement.
This Determined oppositionto the publication of the workdid not dissuade thetranslator from preparing thisnew translation with theencouragement of the MuslimStudents' Association of theUnited States and Canada, anagency interested in thepromotion of Islamicscholarship.
"God and His angels bless the Prophet. O men who have believed: Invoke God'speace and blessing upon him"(Al-Qur'an, 33: 56)
In the name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate
Praise be to God, Lord of the universe,The Gracious, the Merciful,Master of the Day of Judgment.You alone we worship; You alone we implore for help.Guide us unto the straight pathThe path of those whom You have blessed,Those who have not incurred Your displeasure,Those who have not gone astray.
The assistance of the Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs, Arab Republic of Egypt, inmaking the translation of this work possible; of Professor Roger Parsell in copy