The History of Al Tabari Volume Muhammad at Mecca The sixth volume of the translation of al Tabari s History deals with the ancestors of Muhammad with his own early life and then with his prophetic mission up to the time of his Hijrah or emigration

  • Title: The History of Al-Tabari, Volume 6: Muhammad at Mecca
  • Author: ابن جرير الطبري William Montgomery Watt al-Tabari
  • ISBN: 9780887067075
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Paperback
  • The sixth volume of the translation of al Tabari s History deals with the ancestors of Muhammad, with his own early life, and then with his prophetic mission up to the time of his Hijrah or emigration to Medina The topics covered mean that this volume is of great importance both for the career of Muhammad himself and for the early history of Islam Al Tabari was familiarThe sixth volume of the translation of al Tabari s History deals with the ancestors of Muhammad, with his own early life, and then with his prophetic mission up to the time of his Hijrah or emigration to Medina The topics covered mean that this volume is of great importance both for the career of Muhammad himself and for the early history of Islam Al Tabari was familiar with, and made use of, the main early source of these matters, the Sirah or life of Muhammad by Ibn Ishaq, a work which is still extant Although his own treatment is briefer than that of Iban Ishaq, it complements the latter in important ways by making use of other sources Where Ibn Ishaq gave only the version of an event which he preferred, al Tabari includes any variants which he considered of value Thus he mentions the dispute about the first male to become a muslim Ali or Abu Bakr or Zayd and has also several variant accounts of the call to hostility toward Muhammad from many of the leading Meccans and their attempts to put pressure on his family to stop his preaching The negotiations with the men of Medina which eventually led to the Hijrah are fully described, and there is then an account of how Muhammad escaped an assassination attempt and arrived safely in Medina A concluding section discusses some chronological questions This volume does not merely give a straightforward account of the earlier career of Muhammad and the beginnings of Islam, but also contains valuable source material not easily accessible otherwise, or not accessible at all.

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    1. از سبکِ بیانِ مسائل به عنوانِ داور و قاضی خیلی خوشم میاد، « مونتگومری» میشه گفت از این دسته از اساتیدِ نویسندگی هستش، و میشه گفت در ارائۀ اخبار، از مورخانِ بزرگی چون ابن خلدون و ابن اثیر و طبری، پیروی کرده و سپس به داوری نشستهدوستانِ خردگرا، در این کتاب به یک نمونه از این موارد [...]

    2. وليام مونتقمري وات يكاد يعتبر من أخر المستشرقين الغربيين الذين أعتنوا بالتاريخ الإسلامي وهذه العناية حمّالة أوجه طبعًا لها مالها وعليها ماعليها. يأخذ منها ويرد، فكتابيه الشهيرين الذين أعتبرا كتابًا واحد من جزئين هو محاولة لدراسة حياة محمد – صلى الله عليه وسلم – في مكة منذ [...]

    3. دراسة بذل فيها مجهود عظيم من المستشرق الكبير مونتجمري وات، وهو مستشرق بريطاني ويعد من أكثر المنصفين للإسلام وكتابه هذا كتاب مهم، على كثرة ما وقع فيه من الأخطاء المؤثرة والتي نتجت أساسا عن سوء فهم أو عن اعتماده على روايات ضعيفة أثرت على تحليله لمسار الأحداث.وهذه الطبعة ترجمت [...]

    4. Muhammed at Mecca is a remarkable volume that covers the first part of the prophet of Islam and the early days of his young nation prior to 622 CE, the year of Hijra when Muhammed left Mecca to Medina which also marks the first year of the Muslim calander. With much skill and ability to retrodict events and put them in their historical context, Watt offers this book as one of the most authentic works on the subject. The volume is an academic work and might not appeal to all kinds of readers save [...]

    5. Islamic literature's affirms that Muhammad had his first contact with Christianity though a learned Nestorian monk, named Bahira, whom he had met at the age of twelve, while on a trade trip to Syria with his uncle Abu Talib. On this journey, Muhammad had received the first dose of familiarity with the Christian religion, customs, and rituals while passing through the predominantly Christian regions of Syria. It is said that Bahira was highly impressed by Muhammad’s interest in religious discus [...]

    6. Along with the more expansive companion volume "Muhammad at Medina," this is still one of the best treatments of the life of the Prophet. Unlike many biographers in the modern period, Watt usually allows the primary texts to speak for themselves and does not distort the texts through the over-application of modern academic theories.

    7. Montgomery has narrated life of the Prophet without any visible bias and enemity which some Orientalists show towards Islam and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).His style is engaging and won't let the reader look away before finishing the book. A must read for people who want to know Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

    8. The book rationalize and contextualize the apparently sanctimonious decisions taken by Muhammad (PBUH). The analysis by Mr.Watt are rather impartial and credible sources has been consulted in the compilation of the respective publication. Indeed a recommended read!

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