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Prophet Muhammad: Aspects of His Life Vol. 2

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How did Islam spread: by example or by the sword, by persuasion or by force? Prophet Muhammad, sent by God to guide humanity to salvation in this world and the next, fought only when no other choice was available, for his goal was to revive people, not to kill them.When compared with other "great" conquerors, two facts stand out. First, there were only about 80 battles, not all of which involved actual combat. Approximately 250 Muslims were martyred, and 750 non-Muslims were killed. Second, every land ...
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How did Islam spread: by example or by the sword, by persuasion or by force? Prophet Muhammad, sent by God to guide humanity to salvation in this world and the next, fought only when no other choice was available, for his goal was to revive people, not to kill them.When compared with other "great" conquerors, two facts stand out. First, there were only about 80 battles, not all of which involved actual combat. Approximately 250 Muslims were martyred, and 750 non-Muslims were killed. Second, every land incorporated into the world of Islam (except for Islamic Spain) has remained there.M. Fethullah Gülen explains how this was accomplished. He analyzes Prophet Muhammad's military campaigns, rules of warfare, treatment of prisoners and enemies, and his generosity and mercy after his ultimate triumph.In the second part, Gülen discusses the importance of the Prophet's example (Sunna), and how it was copied, preserved, and passed down by his Companions.M. Fethullah Gülen gives his unique interpretation of Prophet Muhammad, based on a lifetime of personal study and struggle to live up to the ideal standards realized by one of the most fascinating figures ever to emerge in our midst.
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  • ISBN-13: 9789757388456
  • Publisher: Light Incorporated, The
  • Publication date: 9/1/2000
  • Edition description: 2ND
  • Pages: 244
  • Age range: 10 years

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 7, 2002

    Completes Sequel 1

    It is easier to distinguish greater people in difficult circumstances. Maybe one of the most complicated occasions is in the military dimension. You will find how Prophet Muhammad acted with his companions wisely in these difficult times, how humble he is during the conquest of Makkah, how Makkan people welcome him after years and more. The book also gives information how traditions are kept, recorded and authenticity of the traditions. And finally ends with the brief biographies of his well-known companions.

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