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Seerah Encyclopedia - The Hidden Pearls (Vol 1)

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640
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9.5 x 6.7 x 1.3
Publication Year:
2017
Publisher:
Darussalam Publications
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Seerah Encyclopedia - The Hidden Pearls (Vol 1)
ISBN: 9786035004060
Book Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 640
Size: 9.5 x 6.7 x 1.3
Publiication: 2017
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About This Book:
The life and lessons of the Prophet Muhammad (harmony arrive) are completely and keenly analyzed in "Seerah Encyclopedia - The Hidden Pearls (Vol 1)". This book, which was composed with cautious exploration and an intensive comprehension of Islamic history, is an important instrument for the two scholastics and laypeople who need to dive more deeply into the existence of the Prophet.
Inside these pages, perusers turn back the clock to Arabia in the seventh hundred years, where the existence of the Prophet Muhammad is strikingly portrayed. The verifiable stories, tales, and Islamic grants are handily woven together in this exhaustive work to create a rich and complex depiction of the Prophet's character, mission, and worldwide effect.
Past just describing current realities, "Seerah Encyclopedia - The Hidden Pearls" investigates the profound and moral aspects of the Prophet's life. It investigates his tireless commitment to the monotheistic message, of equity, and empathy. The Prophet's importance as the last Muslim courier and his worth as a signal for Muslims overall are made crystal clear to perusers through the book's pages.
The book likewise gives a significant setting for understanding the battles and triumphs of the early Islamic people group by enlightening the sociopolitical climate of pre-Islamic Arabia. The existence of the Prophet Muhammad is introduced in the more extensive setting of his period's strict social climate.

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