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ATLAS- NOBLE LIFE OF GREAT PROPHET MUHAMMAD (SAAS) A Glance over the Biography, Mission & his Message 1 edition

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ATLAS- NOBLE LIFE OF GREAT PROPHET MUHAMMAD (SAAS) A Glance over the Biography, Mission & his Message
A Descriptive Study from the Spiritual, Historical, Archeological and Theological Perspective.

Published 2008 by Islamic Research Foundation Global in Pakistan .

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By Engr Abdul Hakeem Malik

ISBN number 978-969-8341-07-7
(Bi-lingual- in English and Urdu)

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Illustrated with Ancient and Latest Maps, Images, Drawings, Pictures, Sketches, Documents, Facts and Evidences.

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The "Atlas" is an illustrious outlay on the subject. Numerous volumes on the Prophet's noble life have appeared and will continue to expound in depth and breadth the great message he brought for the humanity at large. This "Atlas" however is unique in that it ties the various phases of the movement to the relevant Qura'nic verses and their reverberation. It is thus a fantastic reference to the context. .It is a real example of resolute and steadfast work. Allah (SWT) may reward the author of this noble work and enable us to derive maximum benefit out of it.
Dr. Muhammad Bilal Khan
Dean & Director Projects, SCME, NUST
National University of Science & Technology Islamabad
Chairman YMK Educational Foundation
This "Atlas" is a modest attempt on a lofty subject by Bro A.H. Malik. The text is scholarly enough and yet not so large as to be forbidding for the average reader .This "Atlas" is really an outcome of excellent research presented in attractive manner, enriched with excellent maps, striking photographs, tables with reflective commentary, and updated archaeologically information with important notes. The sequence takes the reader through chronologically, to understand the sweep of time, era by era. I do pray Allah SWT to accept this labour of love of Bro Malik, for it is He alone whose reward is of any real significance.
Prof. Dr. Anis Ahmad
Vice Chancellor, Riphah International University
Vice Chairman Institute of Policy Studies Islamabad
Muslim scholars have already developed biographical literature into a rich and complex genre, even though this "Atlas" will serve as a supplement to the history.
This "Atlas" is indeed a scrupulous research and a resourceful read. The first evaluation which comes spontaneously to mind upon seeing this" Atlas" is its presentation. This" Atlas" is a welcome addition to the shelf of everyone interested in revealing the truth.
Dr Akbar S Ahmed, SI
Ibn Khaldun Chair, American University Washington, D.C,
Chair Middle East and Islamic Studies, US Naval Academy, Annapolis,
Professor Harvard and Cambridge Universities UK
Although there is a vast body of literature on the life of the Holy Prophet (SAW), yet it was being felt that there is no biography in both English and Urdu language in single Volume This "Atlas" presents an integrated view of the noble life, personality and the mission of the Great Prophet (SAW) who changed the course of history and inaugurated a new era in the life of mankind.
"Atlas" reviews the biography of the Prophet (SAW) and tracks the places he honoured by his visits, the battles he fought, and the expeditions and envoys he directed. The "Atlas" is illustrated with the relevant maps, drawings, documents and pictures. Even a cursory look over the illustrations will attract the reader by its visual appeal. Almighty Allah has bestowed special Grace on Malik Abdul Hakeem for his profound, exceptional devotion to the Holy Qur'an.
Prof: Dr. Hafeez-ur-Rehman Chaudhary
Chairman, Department of Anthropology
Quaid-i- Azam University Islamabad
This "Atlas" can prove an indispensable guide to the reader who wants to reap some fruit from the Divine Message and wants to create a rapport with the Spirit, to understand the situation behind the Words.
The production of the Maps with description of the narratives of the Past events is aimed to bridge time and space to surmount the barriers of language, religion, history and culture and to provide a meeting place between past and present. I may congratulate Engr; Malik on such a superb achievement.
Prof: Dr. Riaz Ahmad
Ex. Director, National Institute of Historical & Cultural Research, Center of Excellence QAU. Ex. Prof: Quid-i- Azam Chair, QA University Islamabad.
I have known the learned author for well over a decade now. What has impressed me most is his consistent and persistent dedication to Islam. Malik Saheb intensive and extensive vigorous research for a decade and more, has resulted in this outstanding recent publication, in an attractively illustrated and convincing manner. This Atlas is bound to become as popular and useful as his earlier “Qur’anic Prism of 1990’s. May Allah Almighty Bless him here and Hereafter for his labour of Islami Love and devotion
Dr. Ikram Azam
Phd. D Lit
Chairman, Pakistan Futuristic Institute and Foundation,
And Mar gala Voices (Mv’s) Islamabad.

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Published in 2008, in Four colour Printing on offset paper, containing 521 pages in Hard Binding
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