Ruquayyah and Umm Kulthum (The Daughters of the Prophet) By Sr Nafees Khan
Author: Sr Nafees Khan
Book Binding: Softcover
Size: 7 x 9 Inches
Publication year: 2015
About This Book:
Sr. Nafees Khan's "Ruquayyah and Umm Kulthum (The Little Girls of the Prophet)" is an exciting and enlightening examination of the lives and traditions of two excellent ladies from early Islamic history — Ruquayyah and Umm Kulthum. They hold a unique and regarded place in the hearts of Muslims from one side of the planet to the other as the little girls of the blessed Prophet Muhammad, and harmony arrive.
Sr. Nafees Khan goes into the existence of Ruquayyah Umm Kulthum in this superbly composed and painstakingly explored book, giving perusers an itemized handle of their obligations, achievements, and the critical effect they had on the youthful Muslim people group. Perusers obtain experiences not simply into the individual existences of these respectable women, yet additionally into the social, social, and strict scenery of their day through their accounts.
Key elements of "Ruquayyah and Umm Kulthum (The Little Girls of the Prophet)" include:
The book gives an extensive record of pre-Islamic Arabia, Muhammad's prophethood, and the beginning of Islam, setting the background for the tales of Ruquayyah and Umm Kulthum.
Sr. Nafees Khan skillfully integrates the histories of Ruquayyah and Umm Kulthum, displaying their childhood, weddings, and undaunted help for their dad and the Islamic reason.
Lessons and Virtues:
The creator accentuates the important lessons and characteristics typified by these two respectable women all throughout the novel, like persistence, confidence, flexibility, and sympathy.
Impact on Society:
Through their relationships, connections, and activism for civil rights, Ruquayyah and Umm Kulthum assumed urgent parts in trimming the early Muslim people group.