وفاة النبي محمد. كيف ومتى توفي الرسول صلى الله عليه وسلم

Denis Gril, Miracles, , Brill, 2007 137 Netanel's work was virtually unknown beyond his native Yemen until modern times, so had little influence on later Jewish thought• El-Cheikh, Nadia Maria Byzantium Viewed by the Arabs 2004, Harvard University Press p
Peter Teed 1992 , p Ideally, one would like to be able to check such accounts against contemporary evidence

وفاة الرسول محمد عليه الصلاة والسلام

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كيف ومتى توفي الرسول صلى الله عليه وسلم
شبهة حول موت النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم متأثرا بالشاة المسمومة
وفاة الدنماركي فيسترغارد صاحب رسوم النبي محمد التي أثارت غضباً عالمياً واسعاً
Lapidus 2002 , pp 0
sources are not contemporaneous with the events they purport to relate and sometimes were written many centuries later "Muhmmad," Encyclopedia of Islam and the Muslim world• 5, "One major challenge to examining initial contacts between Byzantium and the early Muslim umma arises from the controversy surrounding the traditional Islamic account

شبهة حول موت النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم متأثرا بالشاة المسمومة

597, which notes that many of the details surrounding Muhammad's life as given in the biographies, are "problematic in certain respects, the most important of which is that they represent a tradition of living narrative that is likely to have developed orally for a considerable period before it was given even a relatively fixed written form.

شبهة حول موت النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم متأثرا بالشاة المسمومة
however, there is no relevant archaeological, epigraphic, or numismatic evidence dating from the time of Muhammad, nor are there any references to him in non-Muslim sources dating from the period before 632
وفاة الدنماركي فيسترغارد صاحب رسوم النبي محمد التي أثارت غضباً عالمياً واسعاً
Moreover, many of them provide evidence of embellishment and invention that were introduced to serve the purposes of political or religious apologetic
شبهة حول موت النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم متأثرا بالشاة المسمومة
The Bustan al-Ukul, by Nathanael ibn al-Fayyumi, edited and translated by David Levine, Columbia University Oriental Studies Vol