The Life of Mohammed

4.67 out of 5
(12 customer reviews)

$9.95

This is a quick read about the man who became the first ruler of a united Arabia and laid the foundation for the empire of Islam. But, it is not just a biography; it is a sacred text of how a perfect Muslim should conduct their life.

Product Description

The Life of Mohammed – The Sira

Mohammed’s life is an epic story. He was an orphan who rose from poverty to become the first ruler of all of Arabia. He created a new religion, new methods of war and a new political system including a legal code, the Sharia. Mohammed was the world’s greatest warrior. Today no one wages war in the name of Caesar, Alexander the Great, Napoleon or any other military leader. However, every year many people die because of Mohammed. After 1400 years, Islam is more powerful than it has ever been. Mohammed said that one day all of the world would live under his rule of law.

To understand Islam, you must know the life of Mohammed. Every Muslim’s desire is to live a life identical to his. His every word and deed are the perfect model for being a Muslim. Every Muslim is a Mohammedan. The religion of Islam is not about worshiping Allah; it about worshiping Allah exactly as Mohammed did. This book is unique. It is concise, but it is completely authoritative. The reference system allows you to verify all information.


English
6″ x 9″ Paperback
72 Pages


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Weight .7 lbs
Dimensions 6 x .5 x 9 in
Language

English

Pages

72

Medium

6″ x 9″ Paperback

12 reviews for The Life of Mohammed

  1. Book Reviews
    5 out of 5

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    Very interesting.
    By thomas berrigan on April 8, 2013

    This man is an expert and there do not seem to be very many who write a truthful factual history of this man who is idolized by Muslim terrorists and started a “religion” that now numbers over a billion. Why someone would want to follow someone who killed and raped and stole and used deceit the way he did amazes me.

  2. none
    5 out of 5

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    good read
    By none on August 25, 2013

    Opened my eyes. Interesting to hear about Muhammad from the original sources. Now I can see why Muslims are always fighting.

  3. Spirit
    4 out of 5

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    A real eye opener about Muslim Jihad
    By Spirit on August 29, 2013

    The goal of Islam is for all the world to be Islamic by whatever means necessary to accomplish this. Warner gives a convincing argument through his interpretation of the Sira. Muhammad and today’s Muslim jihadists share a strong bond that cannot be broken. I highly recommend this book.

  4. Golden Treasure
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    Islam
    By Martha Teklu “Golden Treasure” on November 20, 2013

    I was born from a devout Christian family and I have little knowledge of Islam and what I told at home was not good. Later on, I accepted tolerance and understanding but I always have unanswered questions and the books by Bill Warner explained to me the messages of Mohammed about Islam. Now I know why my family were against the teaching of Islam. The book was able to explain to me using quotations from Kuran.

  5. CHARLES D CALHOUN
    5 out of 5

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    A must read
    By CHARLES D CALHOUN on March 10, 2014

    Read this book and you will be better informed about Islam. Most people know very little about Islam. This is by design as Islam conceals what they have done to non-Muslims. This book will inform you and state what Muslims would do to non-Muslims in the future if given the chance. Their traditions are far more violent than people understand.

  6. NoMo
    4 out of 5

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    Everyone needs to read enough of this and of the main books of Islam to allow them to understand the goals of its founder
    By NoMo on April 30, 2014

    If you read this, the Hadiths and the Surra of Islam, you may wind up as I did, getting somewhat nauseous and frustrated at what I can only describe as Mohammed unrelenting hatred of all non-Muslim people, things and ideas. As a history junkie from a very early age, as a kid growing up in the 50’s and 60’s, I read that Mohammed and his military successors had conquered lands that used to be almost wholly Christian primarily by giving the inhabitants a choice between converting to Islam or death. When George Bush and Barack Obama said Islam was the religion of peace, at first I thought I might have dreamed that I read the histories I had and until I found Warner’s translations of this and the other Islamic books, it seemed that any book I could now find ignored or simply glossed over the violence that was responsible for Islam’s growth. By letting Mohammed tell his own story and publishing it in understandable form, Warner allows the “Prophet” himself to reveal his violent twisted nature. I would have given Warner’s translation five stars, for the service he has provided, but to be honest, I did not finish the readings because all of them are such hate-filled screeds from Mohammed that I began to feel complete revulsion for the man and his ideas and simply could not finish.

  7. David D
    5 out of 5

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    This is the Sira, The History of Muhammad’s rise to power. It goes hand in glove with the Koran.
    By David D “David D” on November 3, 2014

    If you want to understand Islam, you must read and understand the life of Muhammad and the Koran. If you are a Muslim, the Koran is the Unaltered word of Allah as transmitted to Muhammad by the angel Gabriel.
    If you are not a Muslim you should still know what the Sira and the Koran actually say. If you want to hold an informed opinion about Islam, terrorism, etc. knowing the Koran, Sira, and Hadith, is critical and the Center for Political Islam offers the easiest path to a solid understanding of Islam.

    The great thing about the Simplified Koran is that it has excerpts from the life of Muhammad, this Sira, so you know the context of what was going on in his life when he got these revelations, and every paragraph is referenced, so you can look it up online. The references are critical. You will find yourself with many WTF moments when reading. Going to Wiki Islam or other online sources may only compound your sense that the prophet was perhaps a crazy megalomaniac. Islam requires a certain cognitive dissidence where you have to hold as true multiple contradictory ideas. There are also just plain bizarre things that are not explained like the two giant transparent women in paradise.

    Know that most Muslims have a very sketchy understanding of Islam. Islam means submission and the only important thing is that Muslims all submit to Islam, and that we, non-Muslims, submit to Muslims.

    Islam is both the peaceful Islam of Mecca, and the violent Islam of Median. Islam is a series of tactics to gain supremacy over the world. 1) Be peaceful and gain acceptance and tolerance, 2) Gradually get concessions to Islam, bit by bit. 3) Take over 4) Eliminate the Heretics and Apostates. This is the program Muhammad followed first in Median and then later in Mecca. In this way Muhammad became the richest and most powerful man in the region, had 11 wives including 9 year old Aisha, while breaking every one of the 10 commandments.

    Know that Muhammad is the prophet of Allah, and the Ideal man, and you will be “The best of people”. Rejecting this message makes you the “Worst of people”, entitled to no rights under Islam.

    If you know little about Islam a good place to start is:
    InquiryIntoIslam.com

    If you really want to know about Islam read this Sira and read the Simplified Koran.

  8. Amazon Customer
    5 out of 5

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    Well written. Unvarnished facts. Must read!
    By Amazon Customer on November 4, 2014

    Well written.
    Unvarnished facts.
    Must read!

  9. SStep
    5 out of 5

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    Concise summary of what Muhammad/Islam is without the whitewashing or …
    By SStep on November 12, 2014

    Concise summary of what Muhammad/Islam is without the whitewashing or straight up concealing of the truth that plaques most of contemporary popular writing about the faith and it’s founder.

  10. Denis A. Kleinfeld
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    Four Stars
    By Denis A. Kleinfeld on November 23, 2014

    Well done.

  11. Tapio Holopainen
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    Religion that we don’t know
    By Tapio Holopainen on December 2, 2014

    The book was very informative for a layman like me. I liked the fact that doctor Warner explained in the beginning of the book the basics of islam. Namely that the koran is not the muslim bible, but to know islam as a religion, you have to know the life and actions of profet Muhammad as well. I also appreciate that Warner used references so that what he wrote can be verified from the source texts.

  12. James
    5 out of 5

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    False Prophet
    By James on December 4, 2014

    This is the basic biography necessary for assessment of the origin of Islam. It forces the question; Was this man a prophet, or a megalomaniac? The answer should be obviously the later.

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