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The If, When, and Why of Prophet’s Visits to All His Wives in a Single Night

Waqar Akbar Cheema Abstract The hadith reports about Prophet Muhammad visiting all his wives in a single night are often presented to suggest that he used to have intimacy with all of them every night. Polemicists pick upon this to add a further pejorative tone to their depiction of the fact of Prophet’s polygamous life. This article seeks to address ... Read More »

The Life of Muhammad: A Critique of Guillaume’s English Translation

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Observations on Translations of Classical Islamic TextsDr. ‘Abdul Latif Tibawi Professor Guillaume is not merely offering a translation of the received text of the biography of Muhammad, as recorded by Ibn Hisham from al-Bakka’i, from Ibn Ishaq. His work is a translation of his own reconstruction of Ibn Ishaq …. ... Read More »

The Prophet’s conduct with his wife Sawdah: The issue of divorce

Download PDF here Waqar Akbar Cheema Abstract With their efforts to malign the Prophet of Islam having failed on the oft-discussed issues, the critics now pick on lesser known aspects of his life. One such issue is about the Prophet’s conduct with his wife Sawdah. It is alleged that the Prophet divorced her after years of marriage solely because of ... Read More »

Orientalist Approach towards the Prophet’s Biography

Abdul Majid Daryabadi [1] Translated by Waqar Akbar Cheema Translator’s note: Though this article was written decades ago it is equally relevant today. The problems that the writings of Carlyle’s ilk can potentially pose are there in the writings of contemporary orientalists like Karen Armstrong and Lesley Hazleton as well. It is hoped that this article will expose to the ... Read More »

Prohibiting ‘Ali from a Legal Marriage: Alleged Inconsistency of the Prophet

Download pdf here Waqar Akbar Cheema & Gabriel Al Romaani Abstract Some critics of Islam try to attack the consistency of the Prophet’s actions, in an effort to show that there are contradictions in the religion. They do this as an effort to delegitimize Islam, thus achieving their goal of spreading disbelief. Islam is far above such accusations, and if ... Read More »

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