(1928) A Brief Sketch of the Life of the Prophet Muhammad: Presented by the Ahmadiyya Anjuman Isha'at (Lahore, Pakistan)

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NOTA BENE: I have no opinion of the 1928 book by Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1835-1908) Kalifital of the The Ahmadiyya Anjuman Isha'at Islam of Lahore Pakistan (PBOH)
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  A brief sketch of the life of THE PROPHET OF ISLAM PRESENTED 3Y THEAHMADIYYA ANJUMAN ISHAAT ISLAM, LAHORE to all fairrnttnded non^MitsWms on the? occasion; of the FOURTEENTH CENTENARY of that great benefactor of humanity BY MT2lHAMJSmp' ALi; MCA;, LL.B,, President : of ~the; Anjuman. Copies 8 flOO] [Price As. 4  HAVE YOU EVER VISITED The Best Depot for Islamic Literature? IF NOT WHAT A PITY IT IS ! We undertake to supply every kind of Literature in English, Urdu and Arabic. APPLY FOR CATALOGUE TO THE MANAGER, DAR-UL-KUTUB ISLAMIA, AJimadiyya Buildings LAHORE. JU f-.  THE PROPHET OF ISLAM It was in the year 571 of the Christianera that the Holy Prophet Muhammad was born. At the time of his birth Arabia was steeped deep in the worst form of idolatrythat has ever prevailed in any country. The Kaba, the spiritual centre of Arabia, was full of idols, and every household had, in addition, its own idols. Unhewn stones,trees and heaps of sand were also worshipped. And in spite of this vast and deep-rooted idolatry, the Arabs were, as Bosworth Smith remarks, materialistic. Eat and drink '' is, as he says, the epicurean tone of the majority ofthe poems that have come down to us. There was practically no faith in a life after death, no feeling of responsibility forone's actions. They, however, believed in demons, and diseases were attributed to the influence of evil spirits. Ignorance prevailed among the high as well as the low, so much so that the noblest of men could boast of his ignorance. There was no moral code and vice was rampant. The sexual relations were loose. Obscene poems and songs were recited in public assemblies. There was no punish- ment for adultery, nor any moral sanctionagainst it. Prostitution had nothing dishonourable about it sothat
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