‘Muhammad Pocket Guide’ Translated in 20 Languages
Publish Date: 7/23/2017 Code: 60099

‘Muhammad Pocket Guide’ Translated in 20 Languages

“Muhammad Pocket Guide” is a book about the life of Islam s Holy prophet (PBUH) that has been translated into 20 languages.

Husam Deeb, one of the book’s authors, in a forum recently held in Moscow, Russia, said the book underlines that Islam is a religion of peace and friendship and has nothing to do with violence.

According to the Iranian Cultural Center in Moscow, the forum was organized at the Grand Mosque in the Russian capital, with the participation of a number of Muslim figures, including the Mufti of Moscow.

Deeb in an address noted that it took the authors three years to write the book and seven more years were spent for translating it into 20 languages.

He said that the Russian rendering of the work was published in 2016 with the support of Moscow Muslims Religious Authority.

The Japanese version was unveiled in a ceremony in March this year, he stated.

Deeb, who is Australian, also said that people in his country are very interested in reading the book, adding that it contains the answer to many questions about Islam.

He went on to stressed the need for more such books to convey the message of Islam to non-Muslims.

"Muhammad Pocket Guide”, according to its authors, is one of the most comprehensive and summarized pictorial books about the prophet of Islam Muhammad (peace be upon him). It provides a broad biography and summarized information about the Holy prophet (PBUH) such as his character and personal details. In addition, it provides a broad overview about his teachings and main events in his life.

It is specially written for those who would like to get brief information about the founder of the Islamic religion and his teachings from Islamic authentic sources.

It can be a useful tool to help understand the Islamic teachings, tradition and culture. Hence, it promotes understanding, tolerance, coexistence, and social harmony among people of different races, faiths and cultures.

Source : iqna.ir/en