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French: Histoires Des Prophetes (Que la paix soit sur eux)


This books is written in French and talks about the stories of the Prophets compiled from Al-Bidayah wan-Nihaya (The Beginning and the End). It is a great work of the famous Muslim exegete and historian Ibn Khatir and has an important place in the Islamic literature. The stories of the prophets and all the events in their lives have been supported by the Qur'anic Verses and the Sunnah (traditions) of the Prophet (S). Other sources have also been reported for the sake of historical accounts wherever needed. However, on such places, a comparative study has been made to prove the genuineness of the sources. Ibn Kathir has reproduced the views and interpretations of all the great exegetes of the Qur'an of his time. The systemic narratives of the Stories of Prophets have been written in chronological order which renders a historical style to the book. (Browse through more French Islamic Books on this site)

Allah the Most Exalted says in the Qur'an:

  • "We are relating unto you the most beautiful of stories in that what We have revealed to you from the Qur'an, though before it you were from among those who were not aware of them." (12:3)
  • "We have indeed sent aforetime Messengers before you, of them there are some whose stories We have related to you, and whose stories We have not related to you..." (40:78)
  • "We relate to you the important news of their story in truth..." (18:13)
  • "And all that We relate to you of these stories of the Messengers, We strengthen with them your heart. Through them there come to you the truth as well as admonition and reminder to all those who believe." (11:120)
  • "There is, indeed, in their stories lessons for people endowed with understanding. It is not any invented tale, but a confirmation of what went before it, and a detailed exposition of all things, and a guide and a mercy to the people who believe." (12:111)
  • "...so relate the stories, perhaps they may reflect." (7:176)