The possibility of re-extrapolating history with a new vision of the Prophet's lineage and birth as a model Mother


  • Alaa Hassan Mardan Al-Lami Imam Al-Kadhim College Basra departments


Biography of the Prophet, Islamic history, Biography of the Messenger of God Muhammad, may God bless him and his family, the Prophet's lineage, the ancestors of the Prophet, the birth of the Messenger of God, may God bless him and his family


The research is an attempt to extrapolate the historical narratives that convey the news of the Prophet’s lineage and the blessed birth, as there is a picture of the thought relying on what is transmitted from the first narrators, the Companions and the followers, and those who came after them. They are the basis of the historical thought written in the books of Islamic heritage. Seeing them in this context wrote the biography of the Prophet and the Islamic historical, can the researcher abstract in his reading of the historical texts and try to prove the truth? Or did he remain a prisoner of the ideological and intellectual impact on which he was raised, and is it possible to read the Prophet’s biography and Islamic history in an impartial manner? The research will leave answers to this question with a discussion of the possibility of fair reading or not. The research is divided into two axes:The first axis: The Prophet's lineage and re-studying some of the ancestors with a new vision.The second axis: the possibility of reading the accounts of the birth of the Prophet Muhammad (may God bless him and his family) with a new vision. The study attempts to analyze and dismantle historical narratives in order to reach a mature and indicative reading of the truth of historical events, or to bring the historical picture closer to the interested party, or to try to find a set of answers to many questions lingering in the minds, as the ancestors of the Prophet (may God bless him and his family) lived their roles and exercised their responsibilities towards their society. It is clear from the research that they stood against polytheism and atheism, and insisted on changing the erroneous teachings and correcting the shortcomings of the Quraysh society, while the second axis will be concerned with the blessed birth narratives and the many and great exaggerations that some narrators made as an appropriate picture of the birth of the greatest human being created on the face of the earth from the point of view of Islam and Muslims, in addition to the Jewish care and future knowledge of childbirth, while verifying historical narratives that are not based on an acceptable opinion or compatible with the events of that era.