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The Pocket Guide Muhammad is a condensed but comprehensive illustrated text on the life of the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him). This guide provides information about the Prophet's character and details about his private life, as well as offering an overview of his teachings and the main events that characterized his exemplary life.


When Muslims mention the name of Muhammad it is a religious obligation, an indication of respect, to say: "Peace and blessings of Allah be upon him." In this book and many other publications related to the Prophet Muhammad, this is abbreviated to "peace and blessings be upon him"

"pbuh" which in Arabic is written like this: (*9).

However, given that it is a pocket guide where the name of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) is often recurring, it could be omitted in some parts for reasons of space and so as not to distract the attention of the non-Muslim reader; not out of disrespect.

• The pocket guide in many of its parts refers to God with "Allah" (specific name of God the Most High). This

"name" cannot be used for any other living thing. Any publication containing the name of God (Allah) must be treated with respect and must be stored in places worthy of this sentiment

We thank the reader who took care of this booklet.

On the other hand, where the word God or is present in the guide

Lord, refers to Allah (Glory be to Him).

Muslims believe in one God (the only deity) who created the world, the earth, the heavens, the cosmos and all beings! living beings (belonging to all worlds).

According to Islamic belief, Allah possesses many attributes and names that describe Him and describe His actions as the Loving One (AI-Wadud, in Arabic), The Holy One (Al Quddus in Arabic or hakkadosh "'Only Holy One'" in Hebrew). The One (al Ahad in Arabic and Echad in Hebrew), Peace (Al Salam in Arabic, Shalom in Hebrew). But the main Name is Allah, Glory be to Him.

In Hebrew God is named "Elohim" and in Aramaic "Elah-Alaha".

The first chapter of the Holy Quran "the Opener" introduces God with the following words: "Praise belongs to Allah, Lord of the worlds, the Compassionate, the Merciful".

  • The word "Makkah", which is the hometown of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) is written in many books as "Mecca". Both forms of writing are present in this guide. The city of Mecca is located in the Bakkah Valley, known as "Becca" in the Old Testament. Furthermore, the word "Medina" indicates the city where the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) migrated. In Arabic it is called
    "Al-Madina al-Munawwara" meaning the enlightened city.
  • The information available in this guide is taken from authentic sources to the best of the author's knowledge. Any printing errors or any other types of errors are not voluntary and we apologize for these. Readers can email their comments to the address found in the pocket guide.

I am honored to have had the time and ability to p

I am honored by Aveda Uso Bile on Prophet Alnari Nad

(peace and blessing be upon him), the man who enlightened the hearts of millions of people in the world, leading them to faith and submission to the One God: the Lord of

Worlds and all living beings.

I spent an enjoyable time writing and assembling this guide, where I learned that good work takes time and dedication. The facts contained therein are precious and require personal knowledge of the subject and efforts to recover them and transmit them in the most correct and integral way possible.

This project (producing a pocket guide) brought me very close to the life, sayings and actions of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) who I undoubtedly love and admire.

The more I know him and understand his teachings and ways of life, the more I am motivated to present his virtues and his important sayings (ahadith) which are examples of excellent behavior for the whole world, and I will try to do so in a simple and precise way.

Muhammad (pbuh) is the man who dedicated his life to the noble cause of Allah, humbly describing himself as the last brick that completes a splendid edifice. This building is the metaphor of all the prophets and messengers sent by God to humanity to guide to the truth and teach people not to

fall into unbelief and sin. This process began with Adam the father of humanity, followed by many prophets and messengers (recognized by Jews, Christians and Muslims) such as Noah, Abraham, Moses, David, Solomon,

Zechariah, John and Jesus (peace be upon them).

Many readers are surprised that Islam has no special rites or commemorative rituals for the Prophet himself. Even the pilgrimage to the sacred mosque a

Mecca, is mainly an Abrahamic rite, in fact the Prophet Abraham represents a great example (in history) of submission to God. He was the first person who built a house and erected its walls in its current form to glorify Allah, the One God, the Lord of

Worlds and living beings.

Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) after 21 years of hard work eliminated all the idols of paganism from this house, returning it to its natural state and objective, a pure home for Allah, the Lord of the Worlds and all creatures, where all those who believe in Him can go to worship Him.

Muhammad (pbs|) respected all the prophets and messengers who preceded him, recognizing Jesus with special honor, giving all believers glad tidings, that the son of the Virgin Mary will return one day, before

of the end of life on this earth. He will fight sin by ending conflicts, and uniting believers under his banner. Muhammad (pbuh) before his death reminded Muslims to follow Jesus when he returns, warning them of the false messiah: the Antichrist.

This illustrated guide uses friendly language with a simple, illustrative reading style. It is written especially for tourists visiting Muslim places, who want to access brief information from authentic Islamic sources. Muhammad, is the man who never declared or claimed to have created a new religion but presented himself as the Messenger of God.

This pocket guide is divided into colorful chapters and bold paragraphs for quick and easy reading.

I am deeply grateful to Mr. Chabani Ibrahim, Mrs. Cinzia Rodolfi, Sylvana Mahmic, Vicki Snowdon,

Peter Gould, Dr. Zachariah Mathews, Dr. Jassem Al

Mutawaa, Cyrille Bouzy and Dr. Ibrahim Al-Adsani, who contributed valuable comments to improve the presentation of the text and its contents in this pocket guide.

Dr. Sam Deeb

John Adair

Author of "The Leadership of Muhammad". Chair of

Leadership Studies Staff College of the United Nations system in Turin

"In Islamic thought, the models of Muslim leaders were simultaneously both strong and courageous and humble, capable of vision and inspiration, yet at the same time dedicated to the service of their people. As you read these pages, you will, I hope, be able to judge for yourself same as Muhammad arrived at this ideal. My argument in this book is that this ideal, glimpsed more than once in the life of the Prophet Muhammad. It is in accordance with what we know to be the universal truth about the nature and practice of leadership."

William Montgomery Watts

(1909-2006) emeritus professor of Arabic and Islamic studies at the University of Edinburgh, author of "Muhammad at

Mecca" Oxford, 1953, p. 52.

"The ease with which his followers followed him in the persecutions, the characteristics of very high morality of the people who immediately believed in Muhammad as the undisputed religious leader and leader, and the greatness of his actions are all arguments of his integrity and excellence. Nonetheless, none great figure in the history of humanity is so little appreciated in the West."

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