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Who is Muhammad By Khurram Murad Pocket size,beautiful Intro
[xxiu,1f2,PB, 40pp, Succinct biography & inspiring introduction the personality of the Prophet of Isl]

Who is Muhammad 
By
Khurram Murad (Pocket size)
Paperback, 40 PagesISBN: 0-86037-290-1
Published by The Islamic Foundation, Leicester UK

One in every five persons on this earth firmly believes that the Prophet Muhammad is the last Messenger of God. He was a Muslim and there are more than 1.3 billion such Muslims today.
Not only individuals but entire countries take pride in declaring their allegiance to him.

Black and white, red and yellow, followers of the Prophet Muhammad come from all human races. Whether in Asia or Europe, Africa or America, in every nook and cranny of this globe, you are sure to find Muslims. 

Who is Muhammad  is  a Succinct biography & inspiring introduction the personality of the Prophet of Islam

Who is Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him) was the last tract that Khurram Murad wrote as a final part of a trio on the Holy Qur'an and life and message of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him). It is directed towards Muslim youth and non-Muslims alike in the English speaking world. This succinct biography provides an inspiring introduction to the exemplary personality of the Prophet of Islam and his mission.

Khurram Murad former Director General of the Islamic Foundation (1978-86) was a visionary scholar who contributed immensely in contemporary times towards the renaissance of Islamic learning and thought, he was involved in Islamic da'wah and inter-faith dialogue in the West for many years. In this connection, he addressed dozens of conferences and seminars. His contributions in initiating and promoting strategic thinking on da'wah issues in Muslim countries as well as in countries where Muslims are in a minority have been immense.
As a leader of the Islamic Movement of Pakistan, which struggled for the rights of the people, he was detained in prison without trial in 1964 in Dhaka for three months and was also a Prisoner of War for almost three years in India after the fall of Dhaka in December 1971.His death came in December 1996 ( Sha'ban 1417 AH) in Leicester UK

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