In the final episode of The Life of Muhammad, presenter Rageh Omaar continues to chart the story of The Prophet Muhammad. Drawing on the expertise and comment from some of the world’s leading academics and commentators on Islam, Omaar analyses and investigates key events during the later part of his life, including the introduction of a moral code known as Sharia and the concept of Jihad. The programme also explores Muhammad’s use of marriage to build alliances, and looks at the key messages included in his final sermon.
In line with Islamic tradition the programme does not depict any images of the face of Muhammad, or feature any dramatic re-constructions of Muhammad’s life.
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BBC The Life of Muhammad - Worksheets to support the Rageh Omaar Documentary
British journalist Rageh Omaar travels to the birthplace of Muhammad, documenting the prophet's life from his beginnings in Mecca to his death in 632. Over the course of three one-hour episodes, Omaar explores the prophet's personal life as well as key events like the Night Journey to Jerusalem and his departure from Mecca. Filmed on location in Saudi Arabia, Jerusalem, Turkey, Syria, the United States, the United Kingdom and Jordan, the series also addresses Islam's role in the world today. Ep1 The Seeker Ep2 Holy Wars - FREE RESOURCE Ep3 Holy Peace All the resources are written in Publisher and formatted to A3. They can be saved as PDF files for A4 printing
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