Biography of Prophet Muhammad – Illustrated – vol. 1

This illustrated book is for anybody who is interested in finding out about the real face of Islam. This first volume of the illustrated book series is about the life of Muhammad the Islamic prophet, in Mecca before migrating to Medina and is based on Islamic literatures, such as Al-Qur’an, ahadith (collections of Muhammad’s sayings and actions), and the earliest Siras (biography of Muhammad).

This illustrated book will help people to understand Islam quickly, accurately, and without spending too much time reading the whole Islamic main literatures that are hard to understand. For instance, it is not possible to understand the Qur’an fully without tafsir (interpretation) and Asbab al-Nuzul (circumstances of the revelation) since it has no chronology and the subject matters keep changing with no warning. There are so many ahadith and Sira books that it takes a lot of time to read them all. This illustrated book relies on the earliest Siras, such as the writings of Ibn Ishaq, Ibn Hisham, Ibn Sa’d, Thabari, Waqidi and Halabiya.

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ebook (pdf), size 54 mb, color, 67 pages
ISBN-10: 0982964307, ISBN-13: 978-0982964309

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Table of Contents:

Preface – page 1
Introduction – page 2
Pre-Islamic Era – page 3
The Early Life of Muhammad – page 6
Muhammad Married Khadija – page 10
The Black Stone – page 11
The Influences of Major Religions in Islam – page 14
The Worship of Al-Uzza by Muhammad – page 16
The Nightmare in Hira Cave – page 18
The Test of Khadija – page 22
The First Muslims – page 24
The Conflicts with the Quraysh – page 27
The First Blood in Islam – page 28
The Three Questions – page 33
The First Migration – page 40
The Boycott – page 41
The Satanic Verses – page 42
The Deaths of Khadija and Abû Talib – page 45
The Origin of Pedophilia in Islam – page 47
The Trip to Ta’if – page 50
The Isra Mi’raj – page 52
The Ansars – page 55
The Migration to Medina – page 56
The Killing of Umm Qirfa – page 58
The Killing of the Bajilis – page 63
The Sources – page 67

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6 thoughts on “Biography of Prophet Muhammad – Illustrated – vol. 1

  1. Superb, excellent, give valuable information

    I am looking for further ……

    God bless ….

  2. Why would you talk so vile about something you don’t know anything about? The prophet or the companion would never hit anyone. Why would you go so low to ridicule someone else’s religion? Do you seriously think that all these people become Muslims everyday if this was the things they do? Of course there are some extremists, but aren’t there some in every religion? Every time a Muslim does any bad its “Today a Muslim did…..”, but anyone else would be “today a 26 year old man did….” or something of the sort. They look over every good they do and announce the bad, everyone just believes the news and all that information. Why do people act like this? Are they afraid Islam will become the biggest religion? If you do then why don’t you actually look into the actual religion and not some idiotic ridicule!

    • It is for people like you I created my comic book so you will know prophet Muhammad better.
      Who said Muhammad never hit anyone? He hit Aisha’s chest hard just because she followed him outside the house. What kind of husband hit his wife in her breast or chest?

      Sahih Muslim 4:2127
      He (Muhammad b. Qais) then reported that it was ‘A’isha who had narrated this: Should I not narrate to you about myself and about the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him)? We said: Yes. She said: When it was my turn for Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) to spend the night with me, he turned his side, put on his mantle and took off his shoes and placed them near his feet, and spread the corner of his shawl on his bed and then lay down till he thought that I had gone to sleep. He took hold of his mantle slowly and put on the shoes slowly, and opened the door and went out and then closed it lightly. I covered my head, put on my veil and tightened my waist wrapper, and then went out following his steps till he reached Baqi’. He stood there and he stood for a long time. He then lifted his hands three times, and then returned and I also returned. He hastened his steps and I also hastened my steps. He ran and I too ran. He came (to the house) and I also came (to the house). I, however, preceded him and I entered (the house), and as I lay down in the bed, he (the Holy Prophet) entered the (house), and said: Why is it, O ‘A’isha, that you are out of breath? I said: There is nothing. He said: Tell me or the Subtle and the Aware would inform me. I said: Messenger of Allah, may my father and mother be ransom for you, and then I told him (the whole story). He said: Was it the darkness (of your shadow) that I saw in front of me? I said: Yes. He struck me on the chest which caused me pain, and then said: Did you think that Allah and His Apostle would deal unjustly with you?…”

      What about with what happened to Umm Qirfa, that pregnant Ummu Walad, Asma bint Marwan? Have you read your Qur’an? Hadith? Sira?

    • Noo… They will burn down the bookshops. Downloadable e-book is the safest and most practical way.

  3. Muslims said that, Qur’an and Hadith are the best and strong evidence that muslims rely on so, the author quoted from your strong evidences, why you refuse yourself ???

    You (muslim) claim, Islam is the religious sent down by The Most High One but, why the religious of The Most High One follows the ritual of Humankind e.g. married with a young girl or kill an old women.

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