Image of Prophet Peace be upon him in the Earlier Published Literature Islam Poetry

Discussion Committee: 
Prof. Ihsan Al - Deek/supervisor
Dr. Reda Egbareyah/external examiner
Dr. Hussen Naqeeb/internal examiner
Prof. Ihsan Al - Deek/supervisor
Rawda Mufeed Abdel – Hadi Saleh
This research talks about Image of Prophet Peace be upon him in the Earlier Published Literature Islam Poetry, where poets of that period drew several images in poetry for Prophet Mohammad from which there were the moral, religious, personal images and many others. Moreover, the images of lion, sword, full moon and crescent appeared in many poetic purposes. This study is considered new in its title, content and method. The study started with the image of Prophet Mohammad in poetry before Islam, then it extended to include his image after Islam and how Muslim poets and non- Muslim poets see that image. The study depended on The integrative approach, relying on history in its first chapter. It has been arranged into an introduction, three chapters and a conclusion. In the introduction, the researcher presented her own reasons for choosing this topic and its importance, as well as the previous studies and obstacles that she faced during this study. She also showed the approach she implemented in her research and the most important sources and references used mainly in this study. The first chapter: The image of Prophet Mohammad in poetry before Islam. It includes three sections: 1) The image of Prophet Mohammad among Quraysh. 2) His image among Jews and Christians. 3) His image among Gin and Priests. The second chapter has two sections: The first section: 1) His image among Muslims. Here, the study presented his moral image such as: the brave leader, the generous, the honest and the sincere images. The religious image that contains the blessed, the interceder and the latest prophet, the guide and messenger. The personal image as in the white, the full moon and the crescent. The second section: 2) His image among enemies. The study presented the most important enemies to Mohammad and Islam at that stage and how he dealt with them. This section has three parts: 1) Among Quraysh and others who surround. 2) Among Jews. 3) Among the hypocrites (double – faced). The third chapter: The artistic study completed the objective study where poetic texts were analysed using language, technique, marvelous improvers and artistic images. The study has ended in a conclusion outlining the most important results, followed by a list of sources and references which were the basis for this study.
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