When The Moon Split – A Biography Of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

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Safiur-Rahman Al-Mubarakpuri
Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 323 | Size: 9 MB

The biography of the Prophet is a very noble and exalted subject by which Muslims learn about the rise of Islam, and how Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was chosen by Allah to receive the divine revelation. You also learn about the hardships the Prophet (PBUH) and his companions faced, and how they eventually succeeded with Allah’s help. This book adds to where Ar-Raheeq Al-Makhtum left off. Its clear, yet precise narration of the life of the Prophet makes it a great compliment to Ar-Raheeq Al-Makhtum. Over 6 months of editing, a master piece on the life of the Prophet, this book explains the life of the Prophet in the light of Authentic Ahadith and the Qur’an.

An excellent easy to read book that covers the whole life of the Prophet in a novel type fashion. If you are looking for extensive detail try Ar-Raheeq Al-Makhtum.

About the Author: Safiur-Rahman Al-Mubarakpuri

Safiur Rahman bin Abdullah bin Muhammad Akbar bin Muhammad Ali bin Abdul Mumin bin Faqirullah Mubarakpuri, Azami.

Born in the middle of year 1942, in Husainabad, a village, one mile far in the north side of Mubarakpur  (District Azamgarh), a town famous for home industry in the northern province of India.

In June 1954 he was admitted to Madarsa Ehyaul Uloom, where he pursued studies in Islamic studies and Arabic literature. Two years later he joined Madaras Faid Aam, in the Maunath Bhanjan District Azamgarh for higher education, from where he received his Fadilat degree five years later.

In January 1969, He  was appointed as Principal in Madrsa ‘Faidul-Uloom’ at Seoni.  in 1972, He  was requested to serve in the Institute ‘Madrasa Arabia Dar-ut-Taleem as Principal. After spending two years, He was invited by Jamiah Salafiah Banaras to join as teacher (Ustad).

From 1988 until his death, he worked as a scholar at a research institute known as ‘The Centre for the Services of the Prophet’s Biography’ at the Islamic University of Madinah
He passed away in Riyadh, 2006, after having suffered a stroke in the previous year.

He is popularly known for his award winning work on the Seerah of the Messenger of Allah entitled  Ar-Raheeq Al Makhtum The Sealed Nectar-Published by Darussalam and his supervision of the translation and abridgement  Tafsir Ibn Kathir ( Full 10 Vol HB Set) -Darussalam .  He was known for his defence of the Sunnah and warning against innovations and those who propagate it. Continue reading

Speed Of Light In The Holy Qur’an

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Mohammed Dudah
Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 70 | Size: 1 MB

Speed Of Light: in Monotheism Books, WHY?

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