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The large, world wide circulation and readership with which God blessed my 1986 book entitled, “the Prophet of Peace and Humanity, has impelled me to write another monograph on certain fascinating aspects of the life and achievements of the Prophet of Islam which were briefly covered in my earlier presentation.
During my travels in Britain and the USA in January and February 1989, my compatriots and my co-religionists and Islam’s many Chris tian friends, who had read my book, urged me to put the focus in my future writings on Prophet Muhammad on the universal dimension of his religious teachings and their practicability and relevance to the needs and challenges of the modern world. They also suggested that I should project at some length the Prophet’s noble conduct, his angelic qualities of head and heart, his untiring efforts to foster amicable rela tions with the “People of the Book”- Jews and Christians-and how he built and shaped the world’s first Islamic State in Arabia in the 7th Century A.D. From some Muslim ladies based in the West came the suggestion that I should put the spotlight on the glorious services of the Prophet’s noble wives and the spouses of his devoted companions to Islam and its propagation and to the consolidation of the nascent Is islamic State in Arabia.
This slim book, which is meant largely for readers in the West, ad dresses itself to the useful suggestions and advices I garnered from Muslim and non-Muslim friends in Britain and the USA carlier th year. In writing it, I have kept in view the comments of those frieno who wrote to me after reading “the Prophet of Peace and Humanity which has run into six editions since its first appearance in Britain 1986.