Haykal, Muhammad Husayn. (d. ). Egyptian novelist. Used religious symbols appealing to traditional Muslims to introduce a framework of modern rational. In THE LIFE OF MUHAMMAD, Haykal achieves two objectives admirably: first, a biography which reveals the career of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) . (b. 20 August , d. December ), Egyptian writer of the first rank. He participated, with several of his contemporaries (al-ʿAḳḳād, al-Māzinī, Ṭāhā.

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For some pioneers in the development of the Arabic novel — for example, Muhammad Husayn Haykal and Ibrahim al-Mazini in Egypt, or al-Bashir Khurayyif in Tunisia — the need to use the colloquial to give authentic coloring to novelistic dialogue has ruled out any other alternative. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

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By adding the mystical and supernatural The Life of Muhammad by MH Haykal is a very good book for those of you who wanted to read the Islamic version of the story, complete with all of the spiritual, supernatural and mystical aspects endowed in Islamic teaching.

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The Life of Muhammad by Muhammad Husayn Haykal

Other biography of Muhammad I have read so far strips hisayn parts in order to be accepted in western historical standard. Fayid Ayoob rated it it was amazing Jul 22, It is based upon a scholarly examination of all of the extant Sirah and Hadith literature the Prophet’s life, his sayings and narrations of his teachings by his comtemporaries hakal the eye of an objective, scientific, and critical scholar who is well versed in modern historical critical methodology.


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Imaan marked it as to-read Feb 14, Dec 14, Luke rated it it was ok. Abu marked it as to-read May 12, Azim Zailani marked it as to-read Jan 07, A definitive book for all Muslims.

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This is a book recommended to us by our lecturer and is one of the good books when it comes to the life of our Noble prophet and I recommend it to anyone else to read. Trivia About The Life of Muhammad.

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Bava Bahurudeen marked it as to-read Nov 06, Published June 1st by American Trust Publications. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Lilo rated it liked it Oct 10, This leaves a big gap in the understanding of the role of Muhammad in Islam and also the relationship between them. Friction from the sidelines: It includes complete coverage of the Prophet’s life, a detailed analysis of pre-Islamic Arabia, the situational context of revelation, and a busayn study of the basics of Islamic and Western civilizations.

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You would not have dared to do that if I amounted to anything at all in your eyes”. Lubna marked it as to-read Mar 09, Haykal wrote the first Arabic realistic novel, Zaynab ; Russian translation,a lyrical, somewhat sentimental work in the style of European novels that describes village life in Egypt.


He helped found a liberal constitutional party, which he headed from toand served as chairman of the Egyptian Senate from to Sami Aziz added it Apr 28, husayh Books by Muhammad Husayn Haykal.

Reported from the book of Muhammad Husayn Haykalsome historians claim that Makkah had no constructed houses other than the Kabah until Qussay become the king because neither Khuza’ah nor Jurhum wanted to raise any other construction beside the holy house and neither one spent his life outside the holy area in the open desert.

Mahmoud rated it really liked it Aug haykla, Arkhadin added it Apr 17, In an attempt to please her, Muhammad promised that he would not go unto Mariyah if she would only refrain from broadcasting what she had seen. Alexus added it Mar 22, The situation worsened when there were publicized views of Western educated figures like Taha Hussayn, Muhammad Husayn Haykal and Salama Musa, who saw a religious life to mean backwardness and opposition to a modern civilization Shadi, Abdul Haq marked it as to-read Dec 24,