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The Life of Muhammad exposed our own ignorance

TV review: The Life of Muhammad: In this spy thriller with Rageh Omaar, a BBC journalist travelled to the Middle East to hunt down a religious leader whose appearance is unknown.
 

read more 19.07.2011, Tuesday

Live Ramadan Webcast celebrates life of Prophet Muhammad globally

Prominent scholars and performers will address global audiences in their living rooms via the CelebrateMercy live webcast during the month of Ramadan.

read more 13.07.2011, Wednesday

'Life of Muhammad' gave a broad overview of the Prophet of Islam

TV review: Life Of Muhammad saw Rageh Omaar give a thorough introduction to a prophet and a religion that most of us know very little about. 

read more 13.07.2011, Wednesday

TV matters: The Life of Muhammad

Next week, Rageh Omaar's BBC2 documentary The Life Of Muhammad makes TV history as the first biographical documentary to feature no visual images of the subject. This decision is for religious reasons – Islamic theology forbids depiction of the prophet – but such abstinence could usefully have a wider secular application.

read more 08.07.2011, Friday

London hosts the “Prophet of Mercy” Exhibition until 2012

Secretary General of the Muslim World League (MWL) Dr. Abdullah bin Abdul Mohsin Al-Turki opened the permanent “Prophet of Mercy” Exhibition and the “Dialogue: The Future of All” conference organized by the Islamic Cultural Centre in London in cooperation with the WML-affiliated Global Commission for Introducing the Messenger (PBUH).

read more 30.06.2011, Thursday

Women Retake Islam: The Prophet -- And My Mother -- Would Be Proud

My first novel, Mother of the Believers, focused on Aisha, the wife of Prophet Muhammad. Aisha has inspired Muslim women for centuries. She was a scholar, a poet, a jurist, a politician and a military commander who led armies. And she was the one woman whom the Prophet was closest to, the one he chose to spend his final hours with, the one who cradled the Prophet's head as he passed away. And it was under Aisha's house in Medina that he was buried. But Aisha is not alone. There have been innumerable Muslim women who have changed the course of history...

read more 29.06.2011, Wednesday