The objective and goal of Muhammad's Prophethood (saw) in the light of the Holy Quran

Dr Israr Ahmad


Paperback, 55 pages 
5.83 x 8.27 inch
Dar At Thaqafah


The present booklet consists of the English translation of a highly significant paper, entitled The Objective and Goal of Muhammad’s Prophethood (saw), in the light of the Holy Qur’an . This was originally presented by Dr. Israr Ahmad, Ameer of Tanzeem-e-Islami and the Founder-President of the Markazi Anjuman Khuddam-ul-Qur’an Lahore, in the fifth session of the second annual “Qur’an Conference” held on March 26, 1975, at Jinnah Hall, Lahore. It was later published in two issues of the monthly Meesaq, and then, along with  another related paper, as an Urdu booklet. The present English translation has already appeared in the quarterly journal The Qur’anic Horizons, and now it is being presented in the form of a booklet.


 The significance of this treatise lies in the fact that it delineates, in a clear, cogent, and lucid manner, the Divinely ordained target or aim of the strenuous struggle carried out by Prophet Muhammad (saw) and his devoted Companions.  It is of utmost importance for all those groups and movements  which are endeavoring for the revival and domination of Islam to realize the importance of this struggle in the overall system of Islamic thought, as well as the theoretical relationship of this struggle with the fundamental Islamic beliefs in the unity of God, the Prophethood, and the Hereafter.


 At the same time, this paper also demonstrates the relevance of the dynamic concept of Islam, as compared to the narrow and static outlook which has come to dominate the Islamic world during the last few centuries. Moreover, various theosophical issues relating to the dynamics of qulb, nafs, and ruh have also been dealt with in the light of the Qur’anic teachings.

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