23.10.2013, Wednesday

Thomas Jefferson's Quran

Thomas Jefferson had a vast personal library, including a Quran purchased in 1765 that informed his ideas about plurality and religious freedom in the founding of America

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Untold - Tamam Khan's book on the Wives of the Prophet

With ease and beauty, Untold gives readers a different perspective of Islam and its beginnings - the Prophet's wives...

read more 11.10.2013, Friday

Review of The Personality of Allah's Last Messenger

Written by Abdul Waheed Khan, a study of the Prophetic Character

read more 20.09.2013, Friday

Leadership of Muhammad: by John Adair, a book review

The Leadership of Muhammad, by John Adair

read more 15.07.2013, Monday

The Prophet of Islam and his Western Admirers

London-based Muslim newspaper 'The Muslim Post' has published an in-depth review of a new scholarly work by an academic about the Western admirers of Muhammad.

read more 26.12.2011, Monday

Muhammad: A Story of the Last Prophet - A Review

Muhammad: A Story of the Last Prophet is a fictionalized account of the life of Muhammad.  Unlike many biographies of Muhammad, this novel fills in the gaps between authenticated historical details with the author’s own creative license.

read more 06.04.2011, Wednesday

Muhammad Asad

Muhammad Asad (Leopold Weiss) was born in 1900, into a family of Jewish scholars in Poland. It was the tradition of his family that the son would become a rabbi, and therefore he received a strict religious education. He was so well instructed in the Jewish religion that he knew Aramaic and Hebrew very well.

read more 18.11.2010, Thursday

Muhammad:His Life Based on the Earliest Sources / Bookshelf / By Martin Lings

Muhammad: His Life Based on the Earliest Sources is one of the most important books that have been written about the life of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). The book won awards and translated to many languages such as French, Turkish, Dutch.

read more 30.06.2010, Wednesday

The historical depth in the back ground of Muslim women / Bookshelf / Nazife Şişman

Muhammad Akram Nadwi is a scholar who is well-versed in the fields of hadith and fiqh. He began working on the biographies of Muslim women who are the narrators and memorizers of hadith a decade ago; he believed that this would be extensive enough to an entire volume.

read more 30.06.2010, Wednesday