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The Meccan Era in the Light of the Turkish Writings from the Prophet’s Birth till the Prophetic Immigration to Medina - II

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  • Al Harthy Noura Ahmed Hamed

    (Professor of Islamic History, Vice Dean of Scientific Research, Bisha University,Bisha, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia)

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The prophet’s biography had a supreme place in the Turkish writings. In this vein, the present research’s title is “The Meccan Era in the Turkish Writings from the prophet’s birth till the Prophetic Immigration to Medina”. Therefore in this research, a great amount of information about the Meccan era in the Turkish Writings from the prophet’s birth till the Prophetic Immigration to Medina was collected. It also included prophet’s life before and after the mission till the immigration to Abyssinia, the boycott, passing the second Aqaba Pledge, the Prophet's stand towards some contemporary nations and finally, the conclusion and the list of citied works and references. Before the prophet Muhammad Ibn Abd Allah's (PBUH) birth, the Arabian Peninsula lived in full darkness then it was enlightened by Islam. The prophet (PBUH) was not detached from the universal arena; rather, he was aware of the surrounding nations led by the Persians and Romans during that time. The Turks became in contact with Arabs from the earlier ages of the Islamic history. Moreover, the prophet sat in the Turkish tent and it is noticed that the Turkish Literature has paid great attention to the prophet’s biography, as well as the Meccan and Medina eras, since his childhood till his prophecy and all the details that related to the holy prophetic immigration to Medina, as we will see in the followings researches.

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  • Al Harthy Noura Ahmed Hamed, 2018. "The Meccan Era in the Light of the Turkish Writings from the Prophet’s Birth till the Prophetic Immigration to Medina - II," Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, Sciendo, vol. 9(6), pages 87-99, November.
  • Handle: RePEc:vrs:mjsosc:v:9:y:2018:i:6:p:87-99:n:8
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