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Who were first persons to write the biography of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) (Sirat Rasul Allah) ?

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Asked by onlytruth, 12 Mar '12 11:47 am
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His full name is Muhammad b Ishaq b Yasar, born in Madina about 85AH/ 702CE and died in Baghdad 151AH. Ibn Ishaq was the earliest (but one of the worse) biographers of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Ibn Ishaq was born in Madina (The city of the Prophet) approximately 85 years after Hijra, which is approximately 704 CE. He is thus considered one of the Tabiin and he is reported to have met Anas ibn Malik. He worked in Madina until the Abbasids replaced the Umayyads in the caliphate (750 C.E.). After that he is reported at various places in Iraq and Iran and he died in Bagdad in 768 C.E.

He was the first author to write Sirat Rassoul Allah/ Biography of Muhammad (peace be upon him). His grandfather, Yassar was a Christian captured by Khalid b al Walid in Aynul Tamar in 12AH who became a slave to Qays b Makhrama b. al Muttalib b. Abdu Manaf who was manumeted after he accepted Islam. His father Ishaq and uncle Musa were well known traditionists which eventually led to Ibn ...more
Answered by anil garg, 02 Apr '12 06:57 pm

 
  
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Al-zubaiyr
wahd ibn munnabbih
al zahuri
musa
ibn Ishaq
Answered by iqbal seth, 12 Mar '12 11:50 am

 
  
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His full name is Muhammad b Ishaq b Yasar, born in Madina about 85AH/ 702CE and died in Baghdad 151AH.

Ibn Ishaq was born in Madina approximately 85 years after Hijra, which is approximately 704 CE. He is thus considered one of the Tabiin and he is reported to have met Anas ibn Malik. He worked in Madina until the Abbasids replaced the Umayyads in the caliphate (750). After that he is reported at various places in Iraq and Iran and he died in Bagdad in 768.

He was the first author to write Sirat Rassoul Allah/ Biography of Muhammad. His grandfather, Yassar was a Christian captured by Khalid b al Walid in Aynul Tamar in 12AH who became a slave to Qays b Makhrama b. al Muttalib b. Abdu Manaf who was manumeted after he accepted Islam. His father Ishaq and uncle Musa were well known traditionists paving the way to Muhammad as a writer and author.

It is clear that Muhammad must have devoted himself to study and research the apostolic tradition by attending lect ...more
Answered by jameel ahmed, 12 Mar '12 11:50 am

 
  
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Ibn Ishaq (d.768) and Ibn Hisham /833 .
Answered by truth exposed, 12 Mar '12 11:49 am

 
  
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