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Education of Muhmmad

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Submitted by Dawudi (India), Sep 23, 2014 at 15:00

Dear Wasim Ahmed, scholars and researchers had found gaps in events and records which tells about Sira of Muhmmad, especially childhood and youth life period of Muhmmad.It was observed that Muhmmad had Ismael link which in turn related with culture and language of Ibrahim* i.e. Syrian and also Muhmmad used to associate Abu Talib for business and later Muhmmad himself alone handled his business .It is found that Muhmmad was had direct or indirect interaction with Persian, Greek, Ethiopian, Aramaic ,Hebrew etc peoples during his lifespan .How did he overcome communication barrier since Muhmmad was UMMI ?and if it means educated one then How was Muhmmad get educated ?I mean,What was type of education system existed at that time ?How much languages did Muhmmad learned ?If Muhmmad was good poet ,what was his work in poetry and Does his work in poetry exists today ? And in Quran ,there are many words which has foreign origin like Allah, Furqan, Salawat, Jahannam, Janna, Firdaus, Zakat, Deen, etc. specially from Syrian ,Is it because that Muhmmad had Syrian connection which trace back to Ibrahim and Hagar(Hajra)* ? or Does those word borrowed later to compile codex ? [*-From canonical history of Islam ]

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