Fifty Key Figures in Islam
Routledge, 27/09/2006 - 280 من الصفحات
The perfect resource for those wishing to learn more about the Muslim culture, its people and its teachings, Fifty Key Figures in Islam explores the lives and thoughts of fifty influential individuals in Islam and surveys a heritage that spans 1,500 years.
Covering key figures such as the Prophet Muhammad, Suleiman 'the Magnificent' and El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (Malcolm X), the entry for each figure includes:
Fully cross-referenced for ease of use, this clearly presented work is ideal for those interested in or studying the area, and could not have come at a more fascinating time in history for Islam.
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As was the practice of the time, he spent some years as a child among the bedouin as it was believed that their moral fibre was stronger than what existed among the urban environment of Mecca. Mecca, by this time, was the centre of ...
It is interesting to speculate as to whether Muhammad believed that Islam was to die with the Prophet and, in fact, it could quite easily have done so. Very little is known of Abu Bakr's early life, except that he was around the same ...
General Khalid remained the chief campaigner in the continuing raids into foreign lands, and Umar gave himself the additional title of 'commander of the believers' (amir al-mu'minin). Subsequently, the titles 'Caliph' and 'Amir' were ...
Although much of his reign was dominated by military conquest, for Sunni Muslims Umar is regarded as a pious, frugal person who strongly believed in God and in Muhammad's model of what a good leader should be.
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