Muhammad: The slave, the messenger, the leader (Paperback)
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Muhammad, the leader of mankind, began his life as an orphan and was an obedient slave for the sole Creator of our universe for his entire existence. At the age of 10, he showed true skill in solving problems that arose between the tribes of Mecca, the center of Arabian trade. Before the age of 20, he was a leader-assistant of a commercial caravan going to Syria. Although he spent most of his life in Arabia, his reputation was known in Rome, Persia, Ethiopia, and Egypt. And his migration from Mecca to Medina signaled the beginning of a new era for mankind.
Selected by Allah to be the final messenger, Muhammad's leadership was difficult to question. His entire life was a manifestation of becoming a role model to be emulated. He was honest and filled with integrity; his language was global; and his personality was an international fit. Muhammad's passions were universal, and his goal was pleasing Allah and serving people. This book takes a fascinating look at Muhammad's exemplary life and leadership (peace be unto him ).