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Brings out the main contours of Western scholarship on the life and achievements of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). Highlights the reason why Western scholars have failed to provide an objective account of the life of the Prophet in the past and brings into focus the urgent need to understand Islam and the life of the Prophet from an objective and scholarly perspective.

It traces remnants of the negative image of the Prophet found in medieval polemical works to twentieth-century works, especially those of the three most influential English writers of our times William Muir, David S. Margoliouth and William M. Watt.
In addition to mapping out the chequered history of relations between the West and Islam it helps one gain or renew acquaintance with the exemplary life and great achievements of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

Image of the Prophet Muhammad in the West: A Study of Muir and

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Brings out the main contours of Western scholarship on the life and achievements of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). Highlights the reason why Western scholars have failed to provide an objective account of the life of the Prophet in the past and brings into focus the urgent need to understand Islam and the life of the Prophet from an objective and scholarly perspective.

It traces remnants of the negative image of the Prophet found in medieval polemical works to twentieth-century works, especially those of the three most influential English writers of our times William Muir, David S. Margoliouth and William M. Watt.
In addition to mapping out the chequered history of relations between the West and Islam it helps one gain or renew acquaintance with the exemplary life and great achievements of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).