By (author) Asim Khan & Toyris Miah
After struggling through the challenges of Prophethood in part one, and narrowly surviving an assassination attempt by the Quraysh, the Prophet is left with no choice but to leave his hometown; the place he was born, raised, and loved. Together with his best friend Abu Bakr, he migrates northwards in search of a new home.
Now begins a new chapter in Prophet Muhammad’s life: building a new community. A community based on the principles of fairness, justice, kindness, and worshiping the One true God alone. Though warmly received by many in the city, there are pockets of people who don’t want him there and will try to undermine him at every step. And then there remains the issue of the Quraysh who only have one thing on their mind: revenge.
For the best reading experience, we recommend reading Part One of The Simple Seerah before starting this book.
About the author
Having dedicated much of his life to explaining the deeper meanings of the Qur’on to non-Arabic speakers Ustadh Asim Khan has now taken on the challenge of relating the life of the Prophet Muhammad in true storytelling fashion. This style of the Seerah is yet to be experienced in the English language and promises to transport the reader back to the time of the Prophet and his Companions.