Publisher: International Islamic Publishing House (2004)
Pages: 46 Binding: Paperback
Description from the publisher:
Prophet Muhammad (Blessings and Peace be upon him) and the continued hardships he underwent in every stage of his life are a real blessing for mankind. Being an orphan child, made him compassionate to the poor, widows, and orphans. His multiple marriages intended to strengthen kinship amongst the different tribes. His message and prophethood were challenged by the polytheistic society in Makkah, urging him and his few followers to emigrate to Madinah. Despite his illiteracy, he conveyed Allah's Book, the Noble Qur'an to mankind, teaching them endless values and principles that are presently adopted by billions of Muslims throughout the world.
In this book, Allah, the Almighty, address the Prophet (bpuh) by saying; [And We have not sent you [O' Muhammad], except as a mercy to the world's.] (Qur'an 21:107)