For the Best and Quick Introduction to The Islamic History below are few recommended books
1. This text provides a clear and concise account of Muslim leadership throughout history and its consequences for the Ummah. As such, it is an indispensable read for young and old alike. Starting from the Seerah to the Khalifas up to Ottomans in Egypt.
1445 years of Islamic History? From 570 CE (54 BH) to 2015 CE (1436 AH)
A Journey through Islamic History tells you all you ever wanted to know about the history of the Muslim world from the Prophet Muhammad to Malcolm X in a short, accessible and lavishly-illustrated format.
The Rise and Fall of Muslim Power is Critically analysed by Maulana Saeed Ahmad Akbarabadi, who was one of the few Scholars who approved of Ijtihad in his times.
This masterly collection of essays on Islam and the Middle East ranges over the whole sweep of Islamic history and Western attempts to comprehend it.
a) It is History told through extraordinary figures: the revivers, men of courage, vigour, and zeal, an elect group who were graced with divine determination to safeguard the spirit of God's religion on earth. In other words, they were the saviours of the Islamic spirit.
It counters the prevailing attitude that Islam is a spent force, that it has outlived its usefulness. The author persuasively argues for the eternal reality of Islam and that it is a programme of life which is always dynamic and can never grow obsolete.
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