“My eyes have never seen anything better than you. No woman has ever given birth to anyone as beautiful as you. You were created free from all flaws. As if you were created exactly as you wished. – Hassan Ibn Thabit (RA) Allah has never sent a Prophet except that Prophet had a beautiful face and a beautiful voice. In the case of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) as Ali (RA) said, “I’ve never seen anything like him, before him or after him”. However, as stunning as the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) appearance was, his character was even more strikingly beautiful. Do you ever wonder what it would be like to be in the presence of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ, as his companions were? What would it be like to see him, to host him in your home, pray behind him, and have him as a teacher and friend? Through 30 beautifully detailed chapters with narrations from companions, take a journey from only knowing about him to knowing him and loving him and feel what it was like to be a companion of his in this life and strive to be companions of his in the next.
Meeting Muhammad by Omar Suleiman
Omar Suleiman’s “Meeting Muhammad” is a brief yet comprehensive book that introduces the life and teachings of the Prophet Muhammad. Suleiman examines the spiritual, social, and political facets of Muhammad’s life, drawing on historical sources and personal observation, underlining the lessons he taught that still hold true in today’s society. Both Muslim and non-Muslim readers will find the book easy to read, and it is a great tool for anyone trying to learn more about Islam.
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