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    Throughout his life, the Prophet Muhammad proved to be exceptionally adept at uniting diverse groups, negotiating a series of alliances and loyalty arrangements that spanned religious, tribal, ethnic, and familial lines (Berggren 2009). Among other things, this ability enabled Muhammad to forge a shared identity and found a nascent Islamic state from a diverse and even heterogeneous community (Rahman 1982; Ernst 2003, pp. 87-93). This diversity proved to be both a source of strength and conflict

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    Muhammad Essay

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    the religion and Muhammad was seen as Gods mouth piece or the master prophet. The religion Islam means peace and also has a second meaning of surrendering. It means to surrender your life over to God. Those who practice the religion Islam are defined as Muslim. The religion Islam begins with God. In Islam God is referred to as Allah. Allah can be translated the God which adheres to Islam’s strict monotheism. God is considered to be the creator of the world and human kind. Muhammad in Islam is considered

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    Biography of Muhammad

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    is where the "Prophet" Muhammad was born in the city of Mecca. In 570 Muhammad was born, son of Abdullah who had died just a few short weeks before. Nobody knew that in 53 years a journey was to start that would change the world for thousands of year. After being born with out a father Muhammad was taken under the care of a foster mother who lived with him and another foster child in the desert for many years (Hamidullah, par. 10). After returning from the desert Muhammad made a journey to his

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    Muhammad Biography

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    last Prophet and founder of Islam, Muhammad, was one of the most influential leaders that ever lived. When, his mother was sixth months pregnant on him, Abdullah, his father passed away in a caravan trip between Medina and Mecca to illness. Amina, his mother hated him because she accused Muhammad of bringing bad luck which caused his father’s dead. Once he was born she would gave him to a Bedouin woman named Haleema. As the Arabian tradition, Haleema took Muhammad with her to live in the desert because

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    Life of Muhammad

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    One of the most influential figures throughout history, Muhammad is the founder of the religion of Islam and considered to be one of the last prophets sent by God. The life of the prophet Muhammad was predominantly dedicated to spreading the teachings of God, which was presented to him through a revelation from the archangel Gabriel (Corrigan, Denny, Eire, and Jaffee 43). The task of Muhammad to spread the word of God provided to be a heavy burden as he was constantly persecuted and endured an immense

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    The Prophet Muhammad (SAW) is the messenger of God and a model for mankind. Conceived in the city of Makkah on the Arabian landmass in 570 CE, he became an orphan at a very young age and was then raised by an uncle, Abu Talib. He wedded a more established lady, the widow Khadijah, for whom he had worked in the band exchange. As a trader, he was referred to by notoriety as al-Amin, the believed one. At the point when Muhammad was forty years of age, he had a significant experience that changed his

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    Muhammad is a novel written by Driss Chraibi a distinct modern North African novelist and journalist. The novel is simply not about the Prophet Muhammad, but a novel about a man from Mecca named Muhammad who later became the prophet of the great religion of Islam. In this novel the author did not tent to apply the deification of Muhammad, but rather explained the human part of him, which was indeed as great as a human being could ever be. Also, this novel is not intended to discuss the life of Muhammad

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    Prophet Muhammad

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    Prophet Muhammad was a man who lived in the 7th century. He is one of the most influential people in the entire world. He preached and spread Islam, the second largest religion and the fastest growing one. He lived in modern-day Saudi Arabia. He preached of peace, equality, proper manners, and God. His followers went on to do great things in history. They were able to conquer Spain, advance in medicine, people from all around the world wanted to be in their schools because they were the best. Prophet

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    The Prophet Muhammad

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    among ethnic Arabic man to convey the teaching of Islam which Muhammad ( PBUH ). Muhammad is the last Prophet who was sent by Allah. Allah has chooses Muhammad as a Prophet because he has a very personal character to him in the title of Al-Amin. Besides that, the Prophet Muhammad is also featured in the community as a leader in the country Islam. The leadership brought by him is the best leader in delivering an exclamation of Allah. Muhammad call a rowing boat with a competent government and a husband

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    Muhammad Bio

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    Muhammad is by far one of the most influential men in the history of the religious world. Even today his teachings are still worldly known and his views on dying for a place in heaven result in our terrorist bombings, suicide, and even the world trade center disaster. To understand the fundamentals and the reasons why Islam is a violent religion you have to divert back to the teachings of Muhammad and his life. Muhammad was born around 572 B.C to his father Abdallah and his mother Amina. Both of

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    beloved prophet Muhammad SAW and his practices. The author is a great person despite his achievements and positions in this world. However, his humble and right intention to write this book made the content easily understood by me and everybody. Honestly, it was a long time I am not crying because of the miss feeling towards our Prophet Muhammad SAW. But then, when I started to read the first chapter of this book about the life of the Prophet SAW, a few tears dropped from my eyes. Muhammad SAW is just

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    Muhammad: A True Prophet?

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    is the messenger of God centuries ago and still have his word believed in present day is quite powerful. There are approximately 1.3 billion Muslims in the world today which means that one out of every five people believes Muhammad was, indeed, the messenger of God. Muhammad, much like other so-called religious "messengers of God," can either be seen as a legendary figure or a raving lunatic. In today’s society, if one were to make the claims of having revelations from God, they would be classified

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    Muhammad Ali

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    Muhammad Ali ( Cassius Marcellus Clay) Muhammad Ali whose real name was Cassius Marcellus Clay, was born on January 17, 1942 in Louisville, Kentucky to Cassius Marcellus Clay Sr. who painted billboards and signs, and his mother, Odessa Grady Clay, who was a household domestic. Although Clay Sr. was a Methodist, he allowed Odessa to bring up both Clay boys as Baptists. He started boxing in junior high, when he learned boxing from a policeman at a local gym. By the time that Ali had reached high

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    Muhammad the Just Prophet

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    Muhammad the Just Prophet Islam began in Arabia during the seventh century common era. Islam is the youngest of all monotheistic religions of the western world and despite its later development after Judaism and Christianity, there are nearly one billion believers in existence today. This makes Islam the third largest religion in the world today. Generally, there are many misconceptions about the religion of Islam today. To understand the Islamic religion, one must first understand the story of

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    about a Biography of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). 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. From the reading I realize that, we know more about seerah (the history of our prophet) and it benefited us. From the reading also I can develop the proper love of Muhammad (PBUH) in my hearts. As we know loving prophet Muhammad is ‘Ibadah. It is part of our

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    Muhammad Ali

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    Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr. Do any of you know who that is? How about a Hall of Fame boxer with an overall record of 56-5(ibhof.com)? Not yet, well here is an obvious clue. He switched his name to Muhammad Ali in 1964(Ali) after his fight with Sonny Liston. Now do you know? I'm sure most of you know who that is, but for those of you that don't I have done some research for you to explain and tell you more about this amazing boxer. I would like to share with you about his early life, his amazing

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    Muhammad Ali

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    Muhammad Ali The greatest mystery of the 1996 Olympic summer games in Atlanta, was solved at 28 minutes past midnight the day of the opening ceremony. The crowd erupted when the Olympic torch was passed to Muhammad Ali. The Olympic gold medal boxer Muhammad Ali lifted the torch and trembled before a crowd screaming ‘Ali'. He then sent the fire soaring high above the stadium to ignite the ceremonial Olympic cauldron. This moment was truly one of the finest ever to many sports fan, considering the

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    Comparison of Jesus and Muhammad Jesus is the person that is considered to have a significant influence on the beginnings of the Christian religion. Muhammad is said to have been responsible for the beginnings of the Islamic religion. I will be delivering some key comparisons in the lives of each of these men. A couple of these comparisons will be discussing the history of each man and show the influence their deaths played on the two individual religions each one is associated with. Another point

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    Throughout the life of Muhammad he had many qualities that enabled him to interrelate with people. He was well known for his trustworthiness and superior qualities that were to later on help him achieve the greatest achievements both as a prophet and a statesman. One of the biggest achievement of Muhammad as a prophet was the way in which he preached the message of Islam. Muhammad was given `the literal, uncreated words of God' in which he had to spread them to the people of Mecca. These

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    Muhammad Ali

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    Muhammad Ali1 Muhammad Ali is one of the most recognized faces on planet Earth; known not just for being one of the best fighters in the history of boxing, but for being one of the most knowledgeable persons of the twentieth century. Ali wasn't always known by that name though, he was born Cassius Marcellus Clay on January 17, 1942 in Louisville, Kentucky, him and his younger brother Rudolph had many small conflicts like any brothers would have, but they were, and still are blessed with having

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