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مطالعات تاریخ اسلام 2014, 5(19): 71-88 Back to browse issues page
Study of Hamilton Gibb’s ideas about Sira of Muhammad in Medina
Mortaza Rezaei
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As a well-known orientalist, Arab linguists and historian, Hamilton A. R. Gibb (1895-1971) wrote numerous published books in Islamic history. Although, as an orientalist, his doubtful views of Islamic history and Sira aren’t peculiar, his thoughts had undergone a massive positive affects about Islam and Muhammad.
Gibb’s admiration of Prophet as a spiritual and political personality, and praise for his “Talent and intelligence” in all of his works, makes him different from other orientalists. Because of many vicissitudes in life of prophet, second part of his life in Medina attracts more attention between western scholars. I in this study will try to survey Gibb’s point of view about Sira of prophet in Medina.

Keywords: Muhammad, Sira, Orientalism, Hamilton A. R. Gibb
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Islamic History
Received: 2017/09/14 | Accepted: 2017/09/14 | Published: 2017/09/14
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Rezaei M. Study of Hamilton Gibb’s ideas about Sira of Muhammad in Medina. مطالعات تاریخ اسلام. 2014; 5 (19) :71-88
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Volume 5, Issue 19 (HISTORICAL STUDIES OF ISLAM , 2014) Back to browse issues page
پژوهشكده تاريخ اسلام، فصلنامه مطالعات تاریخ اسلام A Quarterly Journal of Historical Studies of Islam
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