Yatkin, Nihat
January 2007
Ekev Academic Review;Winter2007, Vol. 11 Issue 30, p117
Academic Journal
The prophet Mohammed, after whom no Prophet will succeed, God's glorious representative, and the sunne of him that can be called as his life-style are worth searching in a multidimensional way since it contains universal behavior models. We think that his sunne of taking someone on his horbeback that he carried out consiously and intentionally is worth searching. In this study, by searching the Prophet Mohammed's sunne of taking the Sahabis an his horseback, its background, whether it is an ordinary deed or not, the contributions of Sahabis that Mohammed took an his horseback and its contributions to deeds and sayings of the Prophet Mohammed will be searched.


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