Welcome to Scribd, the world's digital library. Read, publish, and share books and documents. See more
Download
Standard view
Full view
of .
Look up keyword
Like this
3Activity
0 of .
Results for:
No results containing your search query
P. 1
Muhammad the Prophet (English)

Muhammad the Prophet (English)

Ratings: (0)|Views: 11 |Likes:
Published by The_Islamic_Thinker
Muhammad the Prophet:

by Maulana Muhammad Ali

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: The Dark Age:
The Arabian Peninsula
Iraq and Syria
Hijaz
Yaman
Najd
Uman
Hijr
Makkah and Kabah
Madinah
Arabian Races
Ishmael and his Progeny
Time of Ignorance
Christianity in Decrepit State
Arab Poetry
The Arab Character
The Arab Idolatry
Religion a Mockery
Social Life
No Law and Order
Position of Woman
Standing Evils
Earlier Prophets
Jewish Settlement
Christians
Unitarians
Failures
Arabia Impervious to Reform

Chapter 2: The Promised Prophet:
Abraham's Prophecies
Moses' Prophecies
Prophecies
Jesus' Prophecies
The Holy Prophet's Genealogy
Abrahah's Attack on Makkah
Before the Call
Alliance of Protection of the Weak
Marriage with Khadijah
Charming Morals
Magnetic Personality

Chapter 3: The Divine Call:
First Revelation
Temporary Cessation of Revelation
Second Revelation
The Early Converts
Other Important Converts
Religious Humanities
Revelation was not a Voice from within

Chapter 4: The Stormy Opposition
Slave Converts Tortured
First Emigration to Abyssinia
The Second Emigration
Alleged Compromise with Idolatry
Public Preaching
First Deputation to Abu Talib
Second Deputation
The Prophet's Strong Stand
Third Deputation
Quraish Offer Leadership and Wealth
Ban against the Hashimites
Death of Abu Talib and Khadijah
Journey to Taif
Pledges of Aqabah

Chapter 5: The Flight to Madinah:
Council of the Quraish
In the Cave of Thaur
Leaving for Madinah
Pursued by Suraqah
Consoling Revelation
The New Era
Brotherhood
A Pact between Various Tribes

Chapter 6: The Defensive Battles:
The Battle of Badr
Precautionary Measures
Pacts with Neighbouring Tribes
Quraish attack Madinah
The Prophet Praying in the Battlefield
Divine help for Muslim cause
Treatment of Prisoners of War
Fulfilment of Divine Promise
The Battle of Uhud
The Holy Prophet holds a War Council
Muslim Army Led to Uhud
Quraish Defeated and Pursued
Khalid's Attack from the Rear
Holy Prophet's Bold Action Muslim Rally
Quraish Atrocities
Uhud was not a Defeat for Muslims
Insecurity of Muslims
Butchering of Innocent Muslim Preachers
The Prophet Forbidden to Pray against Tyrants
Smaller Engagements
Slander against Aishah
The Battle of Ahzab
The Prophet sees Vision of a Great Future
Muslim Sufferings in Siege
Confederates Routed
Relations with the Jews
Their Punishment
Conquest of Khaibar
Jewish Plot against the Holy Prophet
The Prophet's Lenient Dealing
Marriage with Safiyyah

Chapter 7: The Truce of Hudaibiyah:
Islam Spread in spite of the Sword
The Holy Prophet Sets out on Pilgrimage
Failure of Negotiations
Baiat al-Ridwan
Terms of the Truce
Truce brings about Triumph of Islam
Divine Promise Fulfilled
Prophet's Love of Peace
Sad Plight of Makkan Converts
Message of Islam Carried beyond Arabia
Caesar's Attitude towards Islam
Chosroes Orders Prophet's Arrest
Negus Accepts Islam
Prophet's Deep-rooted Conviction
The Seal

Chapter 8: The Conquest of Makkah:
Quraish Contravened Terms of Truce
Preparations for Attack on Makkah
Ten Thousand Holy Men
Abu Sufyan Accepts Islam
Amnesty
Unparalleled Magnanimity
Makkans Embrace Islam
The Battle of Hunain
Retreat and Rally of Muslim Forces
Spread of Islam in Arabia
Deputations from Arab Tribes
Expedition of Tabuk
Impending Danger on the Syrian Frontier
Muslim Army at Tabuk
The Hypocrites in Madinah
Hypocrites' Plans against Islam
The Prophet's Love for Enemies
End of the Hypocrites
Year of Deputations
The Najran Deputation
Whole of Arabia Converted
Islamic Principles of War
Compulsion in Religion Interdicted
Fighting Allowed Conditionally
Peace to be Preferred
Relations with non-Muslims
How Apostates were Dealt with

Chapter 9: The Farewell Pilgrimage:
Prophet's Last Pilgrimage
Sermon at Mina
The Holy Prophet's Last Illness
Abu Bakr Appointed Imam
The Holy Prophet's Demise
Abu Bakr's Sermon

Chapter 10: The Prophet's Sublime Morals:
The Prophet, an Exemplar
No Work was too Low for him
Simplicity
Food
Dress
No Attraction for Comforts
Cleanliness
Love for Friends
Generous
Muhammad the Prophet:

by Maulana Muhammad Ali

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: The Dark Age:
The Arabian Peninsula
Iraq and Syria
Hijaz
Yaman
Najd
Uman
Hijr
Makkah and Kabah
Madinah
Arabian Races
Ishmael and his Progeny
Time of Ignorance
Christianity in Decrepit State
Arab Poetry
The Arab Character
The Arab Idolatry
Religion a Mockery
Social Life
No Law and Order
Position of Woman
Standing Evils
Earlier Prophets
Jewish Settlement
Christians
Unitarians
Failures
Arabia Impervious to Reform

Chapter 2: The Promised Prophet:
Abraham's Prophecies
Moses' Prophecies
Prophecies
Jesus' Prophecies
The Holy Prophet's Genealogy
Abrahah's Attack on Makkah
Before the Call
Alliance of Protection of the Weak
Marriage with Khadijah
Charming Morals
Magnetic Personality

Chapter 3: The Divine Call:
First Revelation
Temporary Cessation of Revelation
Second Revelation
The Early Converts
Other Important Converts
Religious Humanities
Revelation was not a Voice from within

Chapter 4: The Stormy Opposition
Slave Converts Tortured
First Emigration to Abyssinia
The Second Emigration
Alleged Compromise with Idolatry
Public Preaching
First Deputation to Abu Talib
Second Deputation
The Prophet's Strong Stand
Third Deputation
Quraish Offer Leadership and Wealth
Ban against the Hashimites
Death of Abu Talib and Khadijah
Journey to Taif
Pledges of Aqabah

Chapter 5: The Flight to Madinah:
Council of the Quraish
In the Cave of Thaur
Leaving for Madinah
Pursued by Suraqah
Consoling Revelation
The New Era
Brotherhood
A Pact between Various Tribes

Chapter 6: The Defensive Battles:
The Battle of Badr
Precautionary Measures
Pacts with Neighbouring Tribes
Quraish attack Madinah
The Prophet Praying in the Battlefield
Divine help for Muslim cause
Treatment of Prisoners of War
Fulfilment of Divine Promise
The Battle of Uhud
The Holy Prophet holds a War Council
Muslim Army Led to Uhud
Quraish Defeated and Pursued
Khalid's Attack from the Rear
Holy Prophet's Bold Action Muslim Rally
Quraish Atrocities
Uhud was not a Defeat for Muslims
Insecurity of Muslims
Butchering of Innocent Muslim Preachers
The Prophet Forbidden to Pray against Tyrants
Smaller Engagements
Slander against Aishah
The Battle of Ahzab
The Prophet sees Vision of a Great Future
Muslim Sufferings in Siege
Confederates Routed
Relations with the Jews
Their Punishment
Conquest of Khaibar
Jewish Plot against the Holy Prophet
The Prophet's Lenient Dealing
Marriage with Safiyyah

Chapter 7: The Truce of Hudaibiyah:
Islam Spread in spite of the Sword
The Holy Prophet Sets out on Pilgrimage
Failure of Negotiations
Baiat al-Ridwan
Terms of the Truce
Truce brings about Triumph of Islam
Divine Promise Fulfilled
Prophet's Love of Peace
Sad Plight of Makkan Converts
Message of Islam Carried beyond Arabia
Caesar's Attitude towards Islam
Chosroes Orders Prophet's Arrest
Negus Accepts Islam
Prophet's Deep-rooted Conviction
The Seal

Chapter 8: The Conquest of Makkah:
Quraish Contravened Terms of Truce
Preparations for Attack on Makkah
Ten Thousand Holy Men
Abu Sufyan Accepts Islam
Amnesty
Unparalleled Magnanimity
Makkans Embrace Islam
The Battle of Hunain
Retreat and Rally of Muslim Forces
Spread of Islam in Arabia
Deputations from Arab Tribes
Expedition of Tabuk
Impending Danger on the Syrian Frontier
Muslim Army at Tabuk
The Hypocrites in Madinah
Hypocrites' Plans against Islam
The Prophet's Love for Enemies
End of the Hypocrites
Year of Deputations
The Najran Deputation
Whole of Arabia Converted
Islamic Principles of War
Compulsion in Religion Interdicted
Fighting Allowed Conditionally
Peace to be Preferred
Relations with non-Muslims
How Apostates were Dealt with

Chapter 9: The Farewell Pilgrimage:
Prophet's Last Pilgrimage
Sermon at Mina
The Holy Prophet's Last Illness
Abu Bakr Appointed Imam
The Holy Prophet's Demise
Abu Bakr's Sermon

Chapter 10: The Prophet's Sublime Morals:
The Prophet, an Exemplar
No Work was too Low for him
Simplicity
Food
Dress
No Attraction for Comforts
Cleanliness
Love for Friends
Generous

More info:

Published by: The_Islamic_Thinker on Jun 11, 2011
Copyright:Traditional Copyright: All rights reserved

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less

04/26/2014

pdf

text

original

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->