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KHADIJA: The First Muslim and the Wife of the Prophet Muhammad
[k#4120 1D2 PB 99pp, Khadija Leading Companions of the Prophet Tughra Books,Hulya Cosar ,]

KHADIJA: The First Muslim and the Wife of the Prophet Muhammad
KHADIJA: The First Muslim and the Wife of the Prophet Muhammad(S)
By Resit Haylamaz
Translated by Hulya Cosar
Paperback 99 Pages
ISBN : 9781597841214
Publisher : Tughra Books

About The Book

"Mary, mother of Jesus, is the best of the women of the heavens; and the worthiest woman of the earth is Khadija, daughter of Khuwaylid."
Prophet Muhammad (SAW) Every difficult time in history has also produced it's heroes, Khadija was one of the heroes of the first days of Islam. She lived a legendary life, and this legend is told by God himself, and his most beloved servant, the Last Prophet(SAW).
Exploring the gestation period of Islam, this biography focuses on the exceptional life story of one of the four greatest women of all time, one who wholeheartedly proclaimed her submission to the divine message delivered through the Prophet Muhammad(SAW).

Khadija al-Kubra stands out in history not only as the first person to declare her faith in Islam but also as the strongest advocate and confidante of the Prophet Muhammad(SAW), and an individual who was a constant source of help to the early Muslim community. Addressing her unparalleled devotion to the message of the Prophet(SAW), this book shines light on a figure who is an ideal role model for all men and women, Muslim and non-Muslim alike .

About The Author

Resit Haylamaz is the editor-in-chief of Kaynak Publishing Group in Istanbul. He is the author of numerous books on leading figures of the history of Islam, including the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, in companions in additon to his Jesus: His Mission and Miracles.

Weight: 120

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