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'A pioneering writer on Islam' - Guardian



Who was the real Muhammad? Muhammad: All That Matters, by bestselling expert on Islam Ziauddin Sardar, seeks to look beyond Muhammad the prophet, to find Muhammad the man. By returning to the original sources, and incorporating new research on pre-Islamic Mecca, Sardar is able to focus on Muhammad's character, his values, and on events in his life which up until now have largely been

ignored.



The Muhammad you will meet in this book is an individual motivated by a sense of justice and equality,and by a passion to help the marginalized. This is a Muhammad who is engaged in a struggle to establish the good society against all odds.



This accessible and concise book will appeal to both students and general readers, of any religious persuasion or none. It is a fascinating introduction to Muhammad, rediscovering the unique attributes which have contributed to his monumental impact on history.





The All That Matters series:



All That Matters books:



All books in the All That Matters series are written by world experts in their subject field. These experts work to distil a topic and get right to its heart, making the book accessible for both students and general readers. Each compelling book contains new and interesting perspectives and tells stories that matter.





The Author:



Ziauddin Sardar is Professor of Law and Society, Middlesex University and co-editor of quarterly Critical Muslim. He has been described as a 'critical polymath', and was recently selected in the Observer's list of Britain's top public intellectuals. He is perhaps best known for his wide-ranging work on Islam, including the international bestseller Introducing Islam. Ziauddin is also Chair of the Muslim Institute, London, and appears regularly on radio, television and in the New Statesman, Guardian and

Independent.



Keep up with Ziauddin Sardar on his website: www.ziauddinsardar.com .





Other books in the All That Matters series:



All That Matters - Interesting introductions to important issues



Books on the following subjects are available from the All That Matters series: Bioethics, God, Water, Political Philosophy, Sustainability, Philosophy, Intelligence, Love, Russian Revolution, War, and Creativity.To find out more visit: www.allthatmattersbooks.com

Ziauddin Sardar is "a pioneering writer on Islam" (Guardian) and "one of the world's foremost Muslim intellectuals" (Jakarta Post). He is renowned worldwide for his works on Islam, and for his global bestseller "Why do people hate America?" Born in Pakistan and based in London (where he has been Visiting Professor of Postcolonial Studies at City University), Sardar was recently named in the Observer's list of the UK's top public intellectuals.

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