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1400年以前, 一个目不识丁的麦加商人走进历史的卷幅, 从而改变了整个世界. 他冥冥中得到了神的启示, 成为了真主的信使, 创立了现今世界三大宗教之一伊斯兰教, 他就是先知穆罕默德.






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To Muslims, the life of Muhammad is a story revered in its mysteries as much as its certainties that our beliefs held sacred.
 
Whatever we can tell about the prophet, of course, is screened through the filter of what has been preserved over the centuries, and what people have wanted to preserve, and it's very difficult to pull out from all of these different sources that are very adoring and the ordinary human being, the person that he was.
 
We do know that Muhammad was born in or around 570 A.D. in the sun-blasted Arabian Peninsula, a land of savage scarcity, whose Bedouin tribes were locked in a constant state of tribal war. While still an infant, Muhammad's parents gave him his first taste of life in the desert.
 
Muhammad was from a town, Mecca, but he was sent off to live with the Bedouin because the people living in the town of Mecca felt that the Bedouin were the holders of the deeper cultural Arab values, and the Bedouin viewed the townspeople as having lost the really authentic roots in Arab culture and the poultry and animal husbandry and all the things that they do so well.
 
By the time Muhammad was six, both of his parents had died and he was taken under the protection of his uncle, chief of his clan. Being an outsider gave him a singular perspective.
 
He had been orphaned early and developed very early a passionate sense of concern for those who are left out of society. To be orphaned in a tribal society where clan and family relationships are your keys to everything--success, status, honor, dignity, is to face what it really feels like to be marginalized and that obviously had a very deep impression on him as a young man.
 
In some ways it was detrimental of course to grow up without parents, but in other ways he was so adaptable. He had many parents. He had many fathers. He had many mothers, so it made him a child of everybody.

 

Bedouin: an Arab of any of the nomadic tribes of the Arabian, Syrian, Nubian, or Sahara deserts.

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To muslims, the life of Mahammed is a story of revered. In his mysteries, there’re as much as its certainties that our beliefs held sacred.

 

Whatever we can tell about the prophet of course, it has screened through the filter what has been preserved over the centuries, and what people have wanted to preserve and it's very difficult to pull out from all of these different sources that are very enduring. And the ordinary human being that..er. the person that he was.

 

We do know the Mahammed was born in all round 570 A.D. in the sunblasted Arabian Peninsula. A land of savage scarcity whose Bedouin tribes were locked in constant state of tribe war, while still in infant Mahammed's parents give him his first taste of life in the desert

 

Mahammed was from the town Mecca, but he was sent off to live with the Bedouin because the people live in the town of Mecca felt that the Bedouin were the holders of the deeper cultural Arab values, and the Bedouin built the towns, the people (was) having lost their really authentic roots in Arab culture and the poetry, and animal husband dream of all the things and they do so well

 

By the time Mahammed was 6, but his parent had died and he was taken under the protection of his uncle, chief of his clan, being an outsider gave him a singular perspective.

 

He had been an orphan early and developed very early on a passionate sense of concern for those who are left out of society. To be an orphan in tribal society were clan and family relationships so your keys to everything success, status, honor, dignity. It's to faith what it really feels like to be marginalized than that obviously had a very deep impression on this young man.

 

In some ways he was detrimental of course to grow up without parents, but in other ways he was so adaptable, he had many parents, he had many farthers, he had many mothers, so it made him a child of anybody

 

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To muslims, the life of Mahammed is a story /revered. In its mystery/ as much as its certainties that our beliefs held sacred.

 

Whatever we can tell about the prophet of course, it /screened through the filter of what has been preserved over the centuries, and what people have wanted to preserve and it's very difficult to pull out from all of these different sources that are very enduring. And the ordinary human being that..er. the person that he was.

 

We do know that Mahammed was born in or round 570 A.D. in the sunblasted Arabian Peninsula. A land of savage scarcity whose Bedouin tribes were locked in a constant state of tribal war. While still an infant Mahammed's parents give him his first taste of life in the desert.

 

Mahammed was from a town Mecca, but he was sent off to live with the Bedouin because the people live in the town of Mecca felt that the Bedouin were the holders of the deeper cultural Arab values, and the Bedouin built the towns, the people (was) having lost their really authentic roots in Arab culture and the poetry, and animal husband dream of all the things and they do so well

 

By the time Mahammed was 6, both of his parent had died and he was taken under the protection of his uncle, chief of his clan. Being an outsider gave him a singular perspective.

 

He had been /orphaned early and developed very early on a passionate sense of concern for those who are left out of society. To be /orphaned in a tribal society where clan and family relationships are your keys to everything success, status, honor, dignity is to face what it really feels like to be marginalized and that obviously had a very deep impression on this young man.

 

In some ways it was detrimental of course to grow up without parents, but in other ways he was so adaptable, he had many parents, he had many farthers, he had many mothers, so it made him a child of everybody

 

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To muslims, the life of Muhammad is a story /revered. And it's mystery/ as much as its certainties that our beliefs held sacred.

 

Whatever we can tell about the prophet of course, it /screened through the filter of what has been preserved over the centuries, and what people have wanted to preserve and it's very difficult to pull out from all of these different sources that are very adoring. And the ordinary human being that..er. the person that he was.

 

We do know that Muhammad was born in or around 570 A.D. in the sunblasted Arabian Peninsula, a land of savage scarcity whose Bedouin tribes were locked in a constant state of tribal war. While still an infant Muhammad's parents gave him his first taste of life in the desert.

 

Muhammad was from a town Mecca, but he was sent off to live with the Bedouin because the people live in the town of Mecca felt that the Bedouin were the holders of the deeper cultural Arab values, and the Bedouin built the towns, the people (was) having lost their really authentic roots in Arab culture and the poetry, and animal (many more?) husband dream of all the things and they do so well

 

By the time Muhammad was 6, both of his parent had died and he was taken under the protection of his uncle, chief of his clan. Being an outsider gave him a singular perspective.

 

He had been /orphaned early and developed very early on a passionate sense of concern for those who are left out of society. To be /orphaned in a tribal society where clan and family relationships are your keys to everything, success, status, honor, dignity is to face what it really feels like to be marginalized and that obviously had a very deep impression on this young man.

 

In some ways it was detrimental of course to grow up without parents, but in other ways he was so adaptable, he had many parents, he had many farthers, he had many mothers, so it made him a child of everybody.

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To muslims, the life of Muhammad is a story we revered. And its mystery/ as much as its certainties that our beliefs held sacred.

 

Whatever we can tell about the prophet of course, is screened through the filter of what has been preserved over the centuries, and what people have wanted to preserve and it's very difficult to pull out from all of these different sources that are very adoring. And the ordinary human being that..er. the person that he was.

 

We do know that Muhammad was born in or around 570 A.D. in the sunblasted Arabian Peninsula, a land of savage scarcity whose Bedouin tribes were locked in a constant state of tribal war. While still an infant Muhammad's parents gave him his first taste of life in the desert.

 

Muhammad was from a town Mecca, but he was sent off to live with the Bedouin because the people live in the town of Mecca felt that the Bedouin were the holders of the deeper cultural Arab values, and the Bedouin built the towns, the people (was) having lost their really authentic roots in Arab culture and the poultry and animal  husbandry and all the things that they've, they do so well

 

By the time Muhammad was 6, both of his parent had died and he was taken under the protection of his uncle, chief of his clan. Being an outsider gave him a singular perspective.

 

He had been /orphaned early and developed very early on a passionate sense of concern for those who are left out of society. To be /orphaned in a tribal society where clan and family relationships are your keys to everything, success, status, honor, dignity is to face what it really feels like to be marginalized and that obviously had a very deep impression on this young man.

 

In some ways it was detrimental of course to grow up without parents, but in other ways he was so adaptable, he had many parents, he had many farthers, he had many mothers, so it made him a child of everybody.



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(这是一句话revered  后面不用断开的)To muslims, the life of Muhammad is a story revered in its mysteries as much as its certainties that our beliefs held sacred.

 

Whatever we can tell about the prophet, of course, is screened through the filter of what has been preserved over the centuries, and what people have wanted to preserve, and it's very difficult to pull out from all of these different sources that are very adoring and the ordinary human being that..er. the person that he was.

 

We do know that Muhammad was born in or around 570 A.D. in the sunblasted Arabian Peninsula, a land of savage scarcity whose Bedouin tribes were locked in a constant state of tribal war. While still an infant Muhammad's parents gave him his first taste of life in the desert.

 

Muhammad was from a town, Mecca, but he was sent off to live with the Bedouin because the people live in the town of Mecca felt that the Bedouin were the holders of the deeper cultural Arab values, and the Bedouin built the towns, the people (was) have been lost their really authentic roots in Arab culture and the poultry and animal  husbandry and all the things that they do so well.

 

By the time Muhammad was 6, both of his parent had died and he was taken under the protection of his uncle, chief of his clan. Being an outsider gave him a singular perspective.

 

He had been orphaned early and developed very early on a passionate sense of concern for those who are left out of society. To be orphaned in a tribal society where clan and family relationships are your keys to everything, success, status, honor, dignity is to face what he really feels like to be marginalized and that obviously had a very deep impression on this young man.

 

In some ways it was detrimental of course to grow up without parents, but in other ways he was so adaptable, he had many parents, he had many farthers, he had many mothers, so it made him a child of everybody.



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To Muslims, the life of Muhammad is a story revealed. In its mysteries as much as its certainties that are beliefs held sacred.

Whatever we can tell about the prophet of course, is screen through the filter what has been preserved over centuries and what people wanted to preserve. And it's very difficult to pull out from all of these different sources that are very adoring, and the ordinary human being, that, the, the person he was.

We do know that Muhammad was born or around 570 A.D. in the sun blasted Arabia Peninsula, a land of savage gusty whose Bedouin tribes were locked in constant tribal war.

While still in infant, Muhammad's parents gave him the firat taste of life in the desert. Muhammad was from a town, ///, but he was sent off to live with Bedouin because the people live in the town of /// thought the Bedouin was the holder of the deeper culture of Arab values.

And Bedouin built the towns, people was having lost really authentic roots in Arab culture, and poultry and animal husbandry and all the things that they, they do so well.

By the time Muhammad was six, both of his parents had died. And he was taken under the protection of his uncle, chief for his Clan. The /// outsider gave him a singular prospective.

He'd been an orphan really, and developed very early on the passionate sense of concern for those who are left out the society. To be orphan in a tribal society or clan in family relationships are your keys to everything, success, statues, honor, dignity, ah is to face what really feels like be marginalized. And that obversely had a very deep impression on the young man.

In some ways he was detrimental, of course to grow up without parents, but in other ways, he was so adaptable. He had many parents. He had many mothers. He had many fathers. So ,it made him a child of everybody. 
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To muslims, the life of Muhammad is a story revered in its mysteries as much as its certainties that our beliefs held sacred. Whatever we can tell about the prophet, of course, is screened through the filter of what has been preserved over the centuries, and what people have wanted to preserve, and it's very difficult to pull out from all of these different sources that are very adoring and the ordinary human being that, the person that he was.

 

We do know that Muhammad was born in or around 570 A.D. in the sunblasted Arabian Peninsula, a land of savage scarcity whose Bedouin tribes were locked in a constant state of tribal war. While still an infant Muhammad's parents gave him his first taste of life in the desert.

Muhammad was from a town, Mecca, but he was sent off to live with the Bedouin because the people living in the town of Mecca felt that the Bedouin were the holders of the deeper cultural Arab values, and the Bedouin built the towns, the people having lost their really authentic roots in Arab culture and the poultry and animal  husbandry and all the things that they do so well.

 

By the time Muhammad was 6, both of his parent had died and he was taken under the protection of his uncle, chief of his clan. Being an outsider gave him a singular perspective.He had been orphaned early and developed very early on a passionate sense of concern for those who are left out of society. To be orphaned in a tribal society where clan and family relationships are your keys to everything, success, status, honor, dignity is to face what he really feels like to be marginalized and that obviously had a very deep impression on this young man.

 

In some ways it was detrimental of course to grow up without parents, but in other ways he was so adaptable, he had many parents, he had many farthers, he had many mothers, so it made him a child of everybody.

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To Muslims, the life of Muhammad is a story revered in its mysteries as much as its certainties that our beliefs held sacred.
 
Whatever we can tell about the prophet, of course, is screened through the filter of what has been preserved over the centuries, and what people have wanted to preserve, and it's very difficult to pull out from all of these different sources that are very adoring and the ordinary human being, the person that he was.
 
We do know that Muhammad was born in or around 570 A.D. in the sun-blasted Arabian Peninsula, a land of savage scarcity, whose Bedouin tribes were locked in a constant state of tribal war. While still an infant, Muhammad's parents gave him his first taste of life in the desert.
 
Muhammad was from a town, Mecca, but he was sent off to live with the Bedouin because the people living in the town of Mecca felt that the Bedouin were the holders of the deeper cultural Arab values, and the Bedouin viewed the townspeople as having lost the really authentic roots in Arab culture and the poultry and animal husbandry and all the things that they do so well.
 
By the time Muhammad was six, both of his parents had died and he was taken under the protection of his uncle, chief of his clan. Being an outsider gave him a singular perspective.
 
He had been orphaned early and developed very early a passionate sense of concern for those who are left out of society. To be orphaned in a tribal society where clan and family relationships are your keys to everything--success, status, honor, dignity, is to face what it really feels like to be marginalized and that obviously had a very deep impression on him as a young man.
 
In some ways it was detrimental of course to grow up without parents, but in other ways he was so adaptable. He had many parents. He had many fathers. He had many mothers, so it made him a child of everybody.

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To Muslims, the life of Muhammad is a story revered. And its mysteries as much as its certainties, they are beliefs held secret.

 

"Whatever we can tell about the prophet, of course, is screened through the filters of what has been preserved over the centuries, what people have wanted to preserve. And it is very difficult to pull out from all of these different sources that are very adoring, and the ordinary human being, the person that he was."

 

We do know that Muhammad was born in or around 570 AD in the sun-blasted Arabian Peninsula: a land of savage scarcity whose Bedouin tribes were locked in a constant state of tribal war. While still an infant, Muhammad's parents gave him his first taste of life in the desert.

 

"Muhammad was from a town, Mecca. But he was sent off to live with the Bedouin because the people living in the town of Mecca felt that the Bedouin were the holders of deeper cultural Arab values. And the Bedouin viewed the townspeople as having lost their really authentic roots in Arab culture and the poultry and animal husbandry and all the things that they do so well."

 

By the time Muhammad was six, both of his parents had died, and he was taken under the protection of his uncle, chief of his clan. Being an outsider gave him a singular perspective.

 

"He'd been orphaned early, and developed very early, you know, a passionate sense of concern for those who were left out of society. To be orphaned in a tribal society where clan and family relationships are your keys to everything--success, status, honour, dignity is to face what it really feels like to be marginalized and that obviously had a very deep impression on him as a young man."

 

"In some ways, it was detrimental, of course, to grow up without parents. But in other ways, he was so adaptable. He had many parents. He had many fathers. He had many mothers. So it made him a child of everybody."

 

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To Muslims, the life of Muhammad is a story revered in its mysteries as much as of its certainties that our beliefs held sacred.

“Whatever we can tell about the prophet, of course, is screened through the filter of what has been preserved over the centuries, what people have wanted to preserve, and it’s very difficult to pull out from all of these different sources that are very adoring and the ordinary human being, the person that he was.”

We do know that Muhammad was born in or around 570 A.D. in the sun-blasted Arabian Peninsula, a land of savage scarcity, whose Bedouin tribes were locked in a constant status of tribal war. While still an infant, Muhammad’s parents gave him his first taste of life and desert.

“Muhammad was from a town Mecca, but he was sent off to live with the Bedouin because the people even in the town of Mecca felt that Bedouin were the holders of deeper cultural Arab values. And the Bedouin viewed the townspeople as having lost the really authentic roots in Arab culture and the poultry and animal husbandry and all the tings that they do so well.”

By the time Muhammad was six, both of his parents had died and he was taken under the protection of his uncle, chief of his clan. Being an outsider gave him a singular perspective.

“He’d been orphaned early and developed very early a passionate of concern for those who are left out of the society. To be orphaned in a tribal society where clan and family relationships are your keys to everything -- success, status, honor, dignity, is to face what it really feels like to be marginalized and that obviously had a very deep impression on him as a young man.”

“In some ways it was detrimental of course to grow up without parents, but in other ways, he was so adaptable. He had many parents. He had many fathers. He had many mothers. So it made him a child of everybody.”
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