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Muhammad the Prophet:

by Maulana Muhammad Ali


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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 to Enemies
    • Equal Justice for all
    • Humility
    • Sympathy for the Poor and the Distressed
    • Hospitality
    • Gentleness
    • Faithfulness
    • Forgiveness
    • Modesty
    • Affection
    • Respect for others
    • Courage
    • Steadfastness
  • Chapter 11: The Prophet's Distinctive Characteristics as a Reformer:
    • The Most Successful of Prophets
    • Universality of the Message
    • Unity of Human Race
    • Development of Entire Human Nature
    • Greatness in all Directions
    • Not a Product of Environment
    • Universal Peace
  • Chapter 12: The Prophet's Marriages:
    • Khadijah
    • Aishah's Age
    • Saudah
    • Hafsah, Zainab, Umm Salamah
    • Zainab, Zaid's Divorced Wife Juwairiyah
    • Umm Habibah
    • Safiyyah, Mary and Maimunah
    • Polygamy is met with among the Righteous
    • Four Periods of the Prophet's Life
    • First Period
    • Second Period
    • Third Period
    • Circumstances in Which the Holy Prophet Lived
    • How he Passed his Nights
    • Simplicity of his Life
    • Prophet's Wives Led a Simple Life
    • Protection of Women was the Underlying Idea
    • Political Reasons
    • Other Considerations
    • Fourth Period
    • Prophet's Natural Liking was not for Polygamy or War
  • Chapter 13: False Allegations of Atrocities:
    • Biased Criticism
    • Interdiction against Killing Women
    • Abu Afak
    • Only Combatants could be Killed
    • Kab ibn Ashraf
    • Abul Huqaiq
    • Permitting Rape is a Grievous Calumny
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