Author: Muhammad Yasin Mazhar Siddiqi
Publisher: Islamic Foundation (2006, 1427 AH)
Pages: 230 Binding: Paperback
Description from the publisher:
The Prophet Muhammad A Role Model for Muslim Minorities studies the Prophet Muhammad’s illustrious life from a refreshingly new angle. It identifies what guidance the Prophet’s example offers for Muslims living as a minority. So doing, the author examines insightfully how Islam was practised in Makkah, how Muslims led their lives as migrants in Abyssinia and how Muslim minorities were treated by the Islamic state of Madinah. The book, based on original Arabic sources, guides Muslims extensively how to co-exist peacefully with non-Muslims.