Individual efforts had hitherto been made to make away with the Prophet but they
had failed . If the final blow was not struck immediately now , the Prophet might
escape to Medina and get beyond their reach . A big conference of all the tribes ...
Author: Muhammad Ali
The Hodaibiya Accord News of the pledge could have reached Qoraish , or they
could have feared the consequences of their deeds , because they sent Sohail
ibn Amr al “ Āmeri to the Prophet with a message of reconciliation provided that
Author: ahmad rateb armoush
Category: Islam and politics
Abū Yusuf said , may God have mercy on him : Yahyā ibn Sa ' id told me , on the
authority of Abu ' l - Zubayr , on the authority of Țā ' ūs , on the authority of
Musādh ibn Jabal , who said : The Prophet of God , God bless and save him ,
Author: Bernard Lewis
Category: Islamic civilization
Most of the prophets and apos- do ought . Prov . xvi . 1 , “ The preparations of the
tles were restrained from their public employments , heart in man , and the
answer of the tongue , is from shut up in prisons , banished or driven into corners
; the ...
Author: William Greenhill
tween the whites and Indians near Urbana - another at Chillicothe in 1803 —
makes an able speech - removes with the Prophet to Greenville , in 1805 — the
latter commences prophecying - causes the death of Teteboxti , Patterson ,
Author: Benjamin Drake
Category: Indians of North America
This book is the book of Enoch " the prophet. May his blessing and help be with
him who loves " him for ever and ever, Amen'.' Chap. i. ' The word of the "
blessing of Enoch, with which he blessed the 'chosen and the " righteous, that
were of ...
Author: Enoch (the patriarch)
Shaped around the story of a prophet leaving his country of exile, the book consists of a series of short discussions on what really matters most in life. Its simple but beautiful prose offers solace and guidance.
Author: Kahlil Gibran
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Written in the fourteenth century by the renowned theologian Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya (d. 751AH/1350AD) as part of his work Zad al-Ma'ad, this book is a mine of information on the customs and sayings of the Prophet, as well as on herbal and ...
Author: Muḥammad ibn Abī Bakr Ibn Qayyim al-Jawzīyah
The next explosion might not be so nice,” the Prophet said, and then gave an
order to the commander, which made stomachs uneasy all over the world. The
commander in turn gave an order to two of the remaining militants. They quickly ...
Author: Timothy J. Korzep
A dream seen by one of the Prophet's Companions resulted in the introduction of
the call to prayer (adhan). Other hadiths offer a key to symbolic interpretations
and came to form the basis for widely used dream manuals, such as those by Ibn
Author: Coeli Fitzpatrick Ph.D.
A narrative history of the origins of the Shia and Sunni conflict describes how a seventh-century struggle between the supporters of the late Muhammad's surviving family members erupted in a massacre at Karbala that would become a central ...
Author: Lesley Hazleton
A history of the prophet's life and times offers a vivid portrayal of sixth-century Arabia, charting Muhammad's early years, the night he received his religious vision, his work to establish Islam and the classical Arabic of the Qur'an, and ...
Author: Barnaby Rogerson
Category: Biography & Autobiography