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"Khalidi's new book, like his previous book, The Muslim Jesus,is a remarkable find in the often stormy sea of misinformation on the religion of Islam and Islamic history" Lisa Alexandrin, Professor of Islamic Studies, University of Manitoba --Winnipeg Free Press, September 13, 2009 winnipegfreepress.com/arts-and-life/entertainment/books/historical-survey-of-prophet-muhammad-591683
"Its answer to the question 'Who is Muhammad?' provides one of the most illuminating discussions about the centrality of the Prophet to Islam that has appeared in years." Prof. David Thomas in *Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations*, vol 23, number 1, January 2012.
"An elegant and nuanced account of the origin and evolution of the Prophet's story...chapter 8 is a tour de force." Dr Tim Winter in *Speculum* Vol 86, Issue 2, 2011.
"Khalidi presents a wholly new, unified and even surprising view of the man who founded Islam." Publishers Weekly, August, 2009.
"A courageous and seminal work...pathbreaking analysis of a difficult subject...Images of the Prophet is a fascinating and beautifully written book that deserves the widest possible attention." Antony T. Sullivan, president, Near East Support Services
--Middle East Policy, vol.xvii, no.1, Spring 2010, pp.164-68 onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1475-4967.2010.00433.x/abstract
"Tarif Khalidi's Images of Muhammad is...a deeply learned work...reflecting a formidable level of erudition...is accessible to educated readers...as well as to undergraduate and graduate students...has the originality of a powerful and learned mind displaying an intimate...familiarity with the sources." Prof Marion Holmes Katz, Journal of the American Oriental Society, vol. 133.4, (Oct-Dec 2013)