Mohammed and the Unbelievers: The Sira, A Political Biography
Knowing the life of Mohammed, the Sira, is the key to understanding Islam and the Koran. MOHAMMED AND THE UNBELIEVERS is a condensed version of the foundational texts. The language of the original Sira is obtuse and scholarly. This book simplifies the language and omits extraneous information to make it easy to understand. Every paragraph in this book is indexed to the original document so readers can verify all information.
MOHAMMED AND THE UNBELIEVERS recounts one of the great biographies of history–It begins with Mohammed orphaned early in childhood and ends with his becoming the first ruler of all Arabia. Battles, raids, torture, deception, slavery, assassinations, heroes, secret agents, and religion all figure in his glorious triumph.
Mohammed was the world’s supreme master of war. Poetry, passion, culture, immigration, history, sex, ethics, economics, Paradise, and Hell were all used to define a new form of war—jihad. This is an epic story and sacred text that defines the life of Mohammed as a pattern for all Muslims.
The Islamic Trilogy—Koran, Sira, Hadith
Islam is a political system, a culture, and a religion based upon the Koran, Sira (the life of Mohammed), and Hadith (the Traditions).
The Islamic Trilogy series integrates the three primary texts to reveal the entire Islamic political doctrine of the treatment of non-Muslims.
The Trilogy is authoritative and fact-based. All content can be confirmed by the use of reference numbers in the primary source documents. All of the primary sources are used to give the complete picture of Islam’s political doctrine.
6″ X 9″ Paperback
Number of Pages: 200