The Role of Muslims in the Indian Freedom Struggle, 1857-1947(vol 1)
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Muhammad Asad (Leopold Weiss) is a detailed scholarly and research-oriented study of Asad’s life and works from 1926 when he embraced Islam to onwards.Muhammad Asad is truly a visionary scholar of Islamic studies who envisioned revival of Muslim thought based on the Holy Quran, Sunnah and ijtihad.Among his contributions include, The Message of Quran an interpretation and commentary on the Holy Quran; Sahih Al-Bukhari: The Early Years of Islam, an annotated translation of the sayings of the Holy Prophet and The Road to Mecca, a spiritual travelogue.Leopold Weiss (Muhammad Asad) was born in a Jewish family on 2nd July, 1900, in Lemberg, Poland, then part of the Austrian Empire. Muhammad Asad died on 20th Feb. 1992 and is buried in the small Muslim cemetery at Granada in Spain. After embracing Islam in 1926, he devoted his life for the resurgence and renaissance of the Muslim Ummah.a delicate creation.
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