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Title: السيرة النبوية من خلال سورة آل عمران: دراسة تحليلية
Authors: علي عبدالله عبداللطيف بامزاحم
Keywords: السيرة النبوية
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: عمادة الدراسات العليا- جامعة أفريقيا العالمية - كلية الدراسات العليا- قسم السيرة والدعوة
Abstract: The Biography of the Prophet through Surah Al-Imran is the title of this research. It aimed to focus on the Prophet's biography and links it to the holy Quran through Surah Al-Imran for taking the lessons that learned from them, based on the inductive and the deductive approach. This study consists four chapters, each chapter includes many sections. The first chapter mentioned the fundamentals of research. The second chapter contained the definition of the Prophet's biography and its importance, characteristics, sources, and the definition of Surah Al-Imran. The third chapter has included the Prophet Mohammed's Ghazwat "Battles" which mentioned in Surah Al-Imran such as Bader, Ouh'ed and Hamra Alasad. In addition, the lessons which learned from Surat Al - Imran were mentioned in the fourth chapter. This research concludes with many outcomes. It reveals a significant impact of the Prophet's biography on handling with many issues, through the scrutiny on Surah Al-Imran, as Allah unification's issue, and that Islam is the true religion. Also it differentiates the words of the Christians about Jesus Christ - son of Mary- (peace be upon him). As well it includes many quotations and educational benefits which has affected on the minds of the listeners. The author recommends the prospective researchers, students and the Islamic priests to keep their minds on the Prophet's biography by learning and education, and devised through the rest of the holy Quran. Also he recommends the priests to utilize and apply the Prophet's biography in their lives, as the Prophet lived with his followers and enemies. The researcher
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