The Wives of the Prophet Muhammad, ?,
*[A5] Paperback - 104 pages,
by Haji Ahmad Thomson.
2014 Reprint : 4th Edition.
Back in Stock April 2021
Among the best of women were the blessed wives of the Beloved Prophet Muhammad, Salla Allahu ta'ala 'alayhi wa Sallam. They lived their lives within the limits ordained by Allah Almighty and achieved greatness through their actions. They are admired and respected to this day and Muslim women the world over seek to follow their example. This book gives an overview of these truly inspiring role models, the Ummuhat al-Mu'mineen, the 'Mothers of the Believers.'
This book is a reminder to us all, men and women, of what it is to be both very human and truly great.
Recommended for adults as well as children ages 12 and over.
Hajj Ahmad Thomson is a leading barrister and the head of Wynne Chambers. He specialises in the law relating to charities, wills, employment, discrimination and also Islamic law, and is considered a leading authority on drafting Islamic wills. He was a co-founder of the Association of Muslim Lawyers (UK) in 1993 and is secretary of Muslim Lawyers (Europe). He is the author of several books including the widely acclaimed Dajjal – The AntiChrist. He also writes regularly for the Al-Karam Journal.
Hajj Ahmad Thomson was born Martin Thomson in Northern Rhodesia (now Chipata, Zambia) and was brought up as a Christian. He was educated principally in Zimbabwe and later in England, obtaining a Bachelor of Laws degree with Honours from the University of Exeter and a Diploma in Law from the City University of London. In 1979 he was called to the Bar by the Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn. Growing up in Africa, the young Martin was not content with Christianity. He began asking himself questions such as “If everyone is equal before God, why did the black Africans have to attend a different church to the white Africans? If Jesus is God, to whom was he praying? If Jesus was God, and if Jesus was crucified, then who supported the heavens and the earth for three days?”
“By the age of 12”, says Ahmad, “I reached a stage where I believed in God and I believed in Jesus, but I was not so sure about the Christian church.” At this point in his life Ahmad had a lot of questions but could find few answers in Christianity, “I read widely. I thought about life. I visited different spiritual groups. I tried transcendental meditation for several months. It was calming, but my life-style did not change.
”It was through an encounter with Shaykh Dr Abdalqadir as-Sufi that Ahmad was introduced to Islam, something he had never really considered before. In Ahmad’s own words, “when I encountered Islam, I found the means to transformation that I needed.” Being in the company of and listening to the words of Shaykh Abdalqadir, Ahmad found that many of his questions were answered. He would find that from time to time he would visit Shaykh Abdalqadir’s centre and also read The Book of Strangers, written by Shaykh Abdalqadir.
Eventually Hajj Ahmad Thomson embraced Islam on 13th August 1973 at the hand of the Raja of Mahmudabad, the Director of the Islamic Cultural Centre. He has travelled the Muslim world extensively in search of knowledge. Recounting the time he accepted Islam, Ahmad says :
“At that point I realised that I knew very little indeed. I had accepted Islam, but I still had much to learn, because Islam is not just a matter of words. As the Prophet said, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, ‘The Shahada is easy on the tongue, but much flows from it.’ Ever since I said Shahada, I have lived every moment of my life finding out what it entails. It is a process that never ends.”
Table of Contents :
---. Khadiha bint Khuwaylid,
---. Sawda bint Zam'a,
---. 'A'isha Siddiqa bint Abu Bakr,
---. Hafsa bint 'Umar,
---. Zaynab bint Khuzayma,
---. Umm Salama Hind bint Abi Umayya,
---. Zaynab bint Jahsh,
---. Juwayriyya bint al-Harith,
---. Umm Habiba Ramla bint Abi Sufyan,
---. Safiyya bint Huyayy,
---. Maymuna bint al-Harith,
---. Maria al-Qibtiyya,
---The Position of A'isha.
Other Sira / Biographies,
Other works of Ahmad Thomson.
*Dimensions : 21 x 14.8cm.