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Brief Lives of the Companions
Brief Lives of the Companions
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Details:  Brief Lives of the Companions of Prophet Muhammad, ﷺ,  : New,
*[A5] Paperback - 112 pages,
by Dr. M. A. J. Beg,
by 21st Century Publications for Islamic Civilisation Books.




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Brief Lives of the Companions of Prophet Muhammad, ﷺ, deals with the Sahabah in Islamic History including the the First Four Caliphs. This book deals with the first generation of Muslim's who were inspired by the Prophet Muhammad, may Allah bless him and grant him peace. It is he who taught them a new vision of life, a new method of worship, new principles of war and peace, legislation and government.


The Companions (Sahabah) were a community (ummah) of dedicated people who made individual sacrifices to spread the message of their faith and to win friends. They were the personification of the ideals and realities of Islam. They were champions of the new faith which gradually reached across the globe. The Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, likened them to the radiant stars in heaven. Everyone of them was capable of guiding and leading the living generations of Muslims.




Muhammad Abdul Jabbar Beg was born in India on October 10, 1944, into a notable Muslim family. Beg started writing at an early age. He excelled academically at both Carmichael College (Rangpur) and Rajshahi University (BA Honours in History, 1965, MA in History, 1966). He served as a lecturer and Associate Professor at the National University of Malaysia (12 years), University of Brunei (4 years), University of the Third Age, Cambridge (5 years). Trained by renowned historians he received Government scholarship to join Cambridge University where he completed a PhD in Islamic History in 1971.


He wrote extensively on Islamic history, culture, biography, civilizational studies and linguistics. In addition to 300 biographies of Sahabah (Brief Lives of the Companions of Prophet Muhammad: The Sahabah in Islamic History (2002), he wrote numerous articles in the Encyclopaedia of Islam (Brill, 2nd Ed.) and Encyclopaedia of the Modern Islamic World (Oxford), as well as in journals.


His notable publications include Arabic Loan Words in Malay: A Comparative Study (1977), Islamic and Western Concepts of Civilization (1980), Social Mobility in Islamic Civilization (2006), The Middle East in the Twentieth Century (2006), Essays on the Origins of Islamic Civilization (2006), A Short Encyclopaedia of the Companions of the Prophet Muhammad (2007), Wisdom Of Islamic Civilization (2007), Biographical Dictionary of the Companions of the Prophet Muhammad (2008), and A Journey through Islamic History (co-authored, 2012). His unpublished manuscripts include his doctoral thesis (on Abbasid social history), Islam in Malaysia and a critical biography of Abd al-Aziz ibn Sa’ud.


Dr. Beg died on December 2014 in Cambridge at the age of 70.





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*Dimensions : 21 x 15cm.








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