Hadeeth Books /Arraheekul Almakthum (The Sealed Nectar)Biography of the Noble Prophet

This Book was awarded First Prize by the Muslim World League at world-wide competition on the biography of the Prophet (SAL) held at Makkah Al-Mukarramah in 1399 H / 1979

1. Location and nature of Arab Tribes
 

1. Location of the Arabs

 

2. Arab Tribes

2. Rulership and Princeship among the Arabs
 

1. Rulership in Yemen

 

2. Rulership in Heerah

 

3. Rulership in Geographical Syria

 

4. Rulership in Hijaz

 

5. The Reasons of this war have been illustrated in three versions

 

6. Rulership in Pan-Arabia

 

7. The political situation

3. Religions of the Arabs
 

1. The Religious situation

4. Aspects of Pre-Islamic Arabian Society
 

1. Social life of the Arabs

 

2. The Economic Situation

5. The Lineage and Family of Muhammad (Peace be upon him)
 

1. The prophetic Family

6. His Birth

7. Babyhood

8. Back to his passionate Mother

9. To His compassionate Grandfather

10. Bahira, the Monk

11. The Sacrilegious wars

12. Al-Fudoul confederacy

13. Muhammad’s Early Job

14. His Marriage to Khadijah

15. Rebuilding Al-Ka‘bah and the Arbitration Issue

16. A Rapid Review of Muhammad’s Biography before

commissioning of the Prophethood

17. In the Cave of Hira’

18. Gabriel brings down the Revelation

19. Interruption of Revelation

20. Once more, Gabriel brings Allah’s Revelation

21. Some details pertinent to the successive stages of Revelation

22. Proclaiming Allah, the All-High; and the Immediate Constituents

23. Phases and stages of the call

24. Three years of Secret Call

25. The Early Converts

26. As-Salat (the Prayer)

27. The Quraishites learn about the Call

28. First Revelation Regarding The Preaching

29. Calling the Closest Kinspeople

30. On Mount As-Safa

31. Shouting the Truth and the Polytheists’ Reaction

32. An Advisory Council to debar

33. Pilgrims from Muhammad’s Call

34. Attempts made to check the Onward March of Islam

35. Persecutions

36. The House of Al-Arqum

37. The First Migration to Abyssinia (Ethiopia)

38. Quraish’s Machination against the Emigrants

39. Once more Quraish approaches Abu Talib

40. The Tyrants’ Decision to kill the Prophet (Peace be upon him)

41. The Conversion of Hamzah bin ‘Abdul-Muttalib

42. The Conversion of ‘Umar bin Al-Khattab

43. Quraish’s Representative negotiates with the Messenger of

Allah (Peace be upon him)

44. Abu Talib assmbles Bani Hashim and Bani Al-Muttalib

45. General Social Boycott
 

1. A Pact of Injustice and Aggression

46. The Final Phase of the Diplomacy of Negotiation

47. Abu Talib’s Death

48. Khadijah passes away to the Mercy of Allah

49 . His Marriage to Sawdah (May be please with her) in Shawwal,the

tenth year of Prophethood

50. Factors inspiring patience and perserverance

51. Calling unto Islam beyond Makkah

52. Islam being introduced to Arabian Tribes and Individuals
 

1. Hope inspiring Breezes from the Madinese

 

2. Marriage of the Prophet (Peace be upon him) to Aisha (MayAllah

be please with her)

53. Al-Isra’ and Al-Mir‘raj
54. The First ‘Aqabah Pledge
 

1. The Muslim Envoy in Madinah

 

2. The Second ‘Aqabah Pledge

55. The Vanguard of Migration (in the Cause of Allah)
 

1. In An-Nadwah (Council) House

 

2. The Parliament of Quraish

56. Migration of the Prophet (Peace be upon him) Life in Madinah
57. The First Phase ... The Status Quo in Madinah at the Time of

Emigration

58. A New Society being built
 

1. A Charter of Islamic Alliance

59. A Cooperation and Non-Aggression
 

1. Pact with the Jews

60. The Prophet on the Battlefield
 

1. Pre-Badr Missions and Invasions

61. Reason of the Battle

62. Some Significant Instances of Devotion

63. Reaction in Makkah

64. Madinah receives the News of Victory

65. The Battle of Badr in its Qur’anic Context

66. The Military Activities between Badr and Uhud
 

1. Al-Kudr Invasion

 

2. An Attempt on the Life of the Prophet (Peace be upon him)

 

3. Invasion of Bani Qainuqa‘

 

4. The Qainuqa‘ Jews breach the Covenant

 

5. As-Sawiq Invasion

 

6. Dhi Amr Invasion

 

7. Ka‘b bin Al-Ashraf, killed

 

8. The Invasion of Buhran

 

9. Zaid bin Harithah leads a Compaign on the Trade Routes of

Quraish

67. The Battle of Uhud
 

1. A Consultation Assembly for a Defence Plan

 

2. Dividing the Islamic Army into phalanxes and Departure to the

Battlefield

 

3. Parading the Army

 

4. Passing the Night between Uhud and Madinah

 

5. The Rebellion of ‘Abdullah bin Ubai and his Followers

 

6. The Remainder of the Islamic Army are on the Move to Uhud

 

7. The Defence Plan

 

8. The Messenger of Allah (Peace be upon him) implants the Spirit

of Bravery among his Armed Forces

 

9. Recruitment of the Makkan Army

 

10. Political Manoeuvres of Quraish

 

11. The effort of Quraishite women at waging the Zeal of Men

 

12. The Combat

 

13. Assassination of Asadullah (the Lion of Allah) Hamzah bin

ҁbdul Muttalib

 

14. Bringing the Situation under Control

 

15. From his wife’s lap to Sword-fights and Sorrows

 

16. The Contribution of the Archers squad to the Battle.

 

17. The Archers’s Fatal Mistake

 

18. The Most Awkward Hour in the Messenger’s Life

 

19. Multilation of the Martyrs

 

20. Burial of the Martyrs

 

21. Hamr⦣8217; Al-Asad Invasion

 

22. The Observations of the Noble Qur’㮠on the Battle of Uhud

 

23. Lessons and Moralities

68. Military Platoons and Missions between the Battle of Uhud and

the Battle of the Confederates

 

1. Abi Salamah Mission

 

2. An Errand led by ‘Abdullah bin Unais

 

3. The Event of Ar-Raji‘

 

4. The Tragedy of Ma‘una Well

 

5. Bani An-Nadeer Invasion

 

6. The Invasion of Najd

 

7. The Invasion of Badr, the Second

 

8. The Invasion of Doumat Al-Jaudal

69. Al-Ahzab (the Confederates) Invasion
 

1. Invading Banu Quraiza

 

2. Military Activities continued

 

3. Bani Lihyan Invasion

 

4. Expeditions and Delegations continued

70. Bani Al-Mustaliq (Muraisi‘) Ghazwah Sha‘ban 6 Hijri
 

1. The treacherous Role of the Hypocritess

 

3. The wicked Role they played in the Course of the Ghazwah

of Bani Al-Mustaliq

 

4. The Slander Affair

71. Delegations and Expeditions following
 

1. Al-Muraisi‘ Ghazwah

 

2. Al-Hudaibiyah Treaty (Dhul Qu‘dah 6 A.H.)

 

3. Al-Hudaibiya Treaty: Socio Political Impact

72. A New Phase of Islamic Action
 

1. The Prophet’s Plans to spread the Message of Islam to beyond

Arabia

 

2. A Deputation to Abyssinia (Ethiopia)

 

3. Letter to the Vicegerent of Egypt, called Muqawqas

 

4. A Letter to chosroes, Emperor of Persia

 

5. The Envoy to Caesar, King of Rome

 

6. A Letter to Mundhir bin Sawa, Governor of Bahrain

 

7. A Letter to Haudha bin ‘Ali, Governor of Yamama

 

8. A Letter to Harith bin Abi Shamir Al-Ghassani, King of Damascus

 

9. A Letter to the King of ‘Oman, Jaifer, and his Bother ‘Abd Al

Jalandi

 

10. Post-Hudaibiyah Hostilities

73. The Conquest of Khaibar (in Moharram, 7 A.H.)
 

1. The Actual operation begins

 

2. The Second Part of Khaibar Conquered

 

3. Negotiations

 

4. Distribution of Spoils

74. The Expedition called Dhat-ur-Riqa‘ (in the year 7 A.H.)

75. The Compensatory ‘Umrah (Lesser Pilgrimage)

76. The Battle of Mu’tah

77. Dhat As-Salasil Compaign

78. Khadrah Campaign

79. The Conquest of Makkah

80. Pre-conquest Events

81. Preparations for the Attach on Makkah,and the Prophet’s

Attempt at imposing a News Black-out

82. The Third Stage
 

1. Hunain Ghazwah

 

2. The Enemy’s march and their Encampment at Awtas

 

3. The war-experienced Man wongs the Leader’s Judgement

 

4. Reconnoitering the Weapons of the Messenger of Allah (Peace

be upon him)

 

5. Reconnoitering the Enemy’s Weapons

 

6. The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) leaves Makkah for

Hunain

 

7. The Islamic Army stunned the Archers and the Attackers

 

8. Muslims’ return to the Battlefield, and the fierceness of the

Fight

 

9. Reverse of Fortunes and the Enemy’s utter Defeat

 

10. Hot pursuit of the Enemy

 

11. Ta’if Compaign

 

12. The Distribution of the Booty at al-Ji‘ranah

 

13. The Helpers (Al-Ansar) are furious at the Messenger of Allah

(Peace be upon him)

 

14. Arrival of the Hawazin Delegation

 

15. Lesser Pilgrimage (Al-‘Umrah) to Makkah and leaving for

Madinah

 

16. Missions and Platoons After the Conquest

 

17. The Platoons

83. The Invasion of Tabuk in Rajab, in the year 9 A.H.
 

1. The underlying Reasons

 

2. General News about the Byzantines and Ghassanide

Preparations for War

 

3. Particular News about the Byzantine and Ghassanide

preparations for War

 

4. The Muslim Army is leaving for Tabuk

 

5. The Army of Islam at Tabuk

 

6. Returning to Madinah

 

7. The People Who lagged Behind

 

8. The Invasion of Tabuk and its Far-Reaching Ramifications

 

9. The Qur’㯩c Verses Relating to this Invasion

84. Some Important Events that featured that Year
 

1. Abu Bakr performs the Pilgrimage

 

2. A Meditation on the Ghazawat

85. People embrace the Religion of Allah in Large Crowds
 

1. The Delegations

 

2. The Success and Impact of the Call

86. The Farewell Pilgrimage
 

1. The Last Expeditions

87. Symptoms of Farewell

88. The Start of the Disease

89. The Last Week

90. Five days before death

91. Four days before his death

92. A Day or Two prior to Death

93. A Day before his Death

94. The Last day Alive

95. The Prophet (Peace be upon him) breathes his Last

96. The companions’ concern over the Prophet’s Death

97. Umar’s Attitude

98. Abu Bakr’s Attitude

99. Burial and Farewell Preparations to his Honourable Body

100. The Prophetic Household
101. The Prophet (Peace be upon him), Attributes and Manners
 

1. Beauty of creation

 

2. The perfection of Soul and Nobility