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A sublime human being and the greatest prophet. Conquered Mecca through humility, kindness and reconciliation.
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The author appears to be admiring the prophet, but portrays him as a person who would support his followers even if they are wrong. A man who chases after his love for women, to the point of a controversial revelation to get him to marry a woman already married to his previously adopted son.
The author describes prophet Mohamed peace be upon him as picking a fight with the jews in Madina, because he didn't like their presence. And skips the betrayal of the jews to the muslims in war and their attempts to assassinate the prophet to show the brutality of an undeserved punishment.
The description of how the Quran was revealed to the prophet is made to convey doubt within the wording of the Quran.
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Barnaby seems, a times, to contradict himself. He moves between one who is, using the Muslim term, Unbeliever, to one who is a Believer. In all, considering the belief of the Author, it is a fairly good account of the Greatest Man to walk the face of the Earth - Peace be upon him.
Kelly please narrate more Books. You were great. :-)