"The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was a man who brought people together. He instantly captured them with his smile and profound message. Being the most influential man in history, many biographies of him have been compiled. But this is a biography that focuses on his role as the awaited Prophet of the scriptures. The spirit of this book reflects the spirit in which the Prophet was sent."
– Omar Suleiman, President of the Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research
Make This Ramadan Special
Go through the entire Seerah this Ramadan. Make this the best Ramadan of your life through the life of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
Short & Easy Audio Chapters
Each chapter is only 20-30 minutes long, and if you listen to one chapter/day, then you will complete the entire Seerah by the end of Ramadan.
Download & Listen Whenever, Wherever
Stream or download the audio chapters, and listen to them conveniently while doing other tasks i.e. preparing for Iftar, driving, or by yourself or with family at home.
What You Will Discover In This FREE Audio Series:
Provides a fascinating introduction of the Prophet. It tells us that loving him requires knowing him and, more importantly, following him. It also talks about how Allah exhorts the believers to learn about the Seerah, and how a Muslim's life, worship, and death are inseparable from the Prophet.
Discusses the early years of the Prophet and his lineage. It informs us that his placement in the clan of Banu Hashim was a special honor from Allah. It explores whether the Prophet was born on the 12th of Rabi' al-Awwal, as most Muslims believe, as well as what did he himself said about his birth?
Talks about the Prophet's youth and how his work as a shepherd led him to his future wife, Khadijah, and prepared him for the prophethood. It explores his life as a Haneef in a polytheistic society and his penchant for truth and justice long before he became a mighty messenger of God.
Meet The Author:
Instructor, Author, Journalist and Speaker
Ekram Haque is a Seerah instructor, author, journalist, and former acting executive director of CAIR-Dallas, where he now serves as a Diversity Trainer. He is the author of three books: Muhammad: Son of Abraham, Brother of Moses, Successor of Jesus, a biography of the Prophet (S); The Radiant Lamp, a Seerah-inspired textbook for Muslim teenagers; and Powered by Hope, Positivity, and Optimism, a motivational book based on the prophetic examples. On popular demand, he recently completed an audiobook on the Seerah.
Ekram Haque has taught the Seerah to different age groups for the last seven years. He delivered a year-long lecture series on the entire Seerah at the East Pano Islamic Center (EPIC), where he also taught Seerah to the students of Al-Hikmah Seminary.
Since 2017, the author has widely traveled within the contiguous United States to deliver a Friday Khutbah and evening lecture on the Seerah.
He has a master’s degree in Journalism from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. He has written hundreds of articles in large and small publications, including several Op-Ed and features articles in the Dallas Morning News, News' Observer, Denver Post, Newsday, and Asbury Park Press. He has studied some of the Islamic sciences from Shaykh Abul Yosr Mohamed Baianonie, a former imam at the Islamic Center of Raleigh, NC, and Shaykh Yasir Qadhi, Dean of Academic Affairs at the Islamic Seminary of America, Richardson, TX.