The Prophet Muhammad: A Role Model for Muslim Minorities
Kube Publishing Ltd, 2016年10月20日 - 248 頁
This book identifies what guidance the Prophet's example offers for Muslims living as a minority. In so doing, the author examines how Islam was practised in Makkah under constant prejudice, how Muslims led their lives as migrants in Abyssinia and how Muslim minorities were treated by the Islamic state of Madinah.
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Abd al-Muttalib Abdullah ibn Abu Bakr Abu Dharr al-Ghifari Abu Sufyan Abu Talib acceptance of Islam accepted Islam Adiyy al-[Abbas al-Asdi al-Hashimi al-Makhzumi al-Suhayli Allah Amr ibn ancestral faith Arab tribes Baladhuri Banu Abd Manaf Banu Hashim battle of Badr bint Bukhari Cairo centres chief of Banu Christian delegation divine embraced Islam emigration to Abyssinia emigration to Madinah Fath al-Bari fraternity hadith help and support ibn Abdullah ibn Amr Ibn Hajar Ibn Hisham Ibn Ishaq Ibn Kathir Ibn Sa[d Islam Ja[far Jahiliyyah Ka[bah Khazraj Kitab Makkan chiefs Makkan Muslim community Makkan period Makkan phase Makkan Quraysh Messenger Muhammad ibn Muslim emigrants Nawfal Negus Negus’s non-Muslim place of worship political prayer preaching Islam Prophet peace protection Qays Qur’an Quraysh chiefs Quraysh families religious returned to Makkah Sa[d ibn Sa[id sirah slaves social society stayed in Makkah Suhayl ibn Amr Surah Talhah trade tribal Umm Salamah Utbah Uthman ibn