Muhammad (book)  

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Muhammad is a secular biography of the Islamic prophet written by prominent French non-Muslim Islamic scholar Maxime Rodinson in 1961. It focuses on materialist conditions of emergence of Islam.

In Egypt, in 1998, censorship controversies forced the American University in Cairo to stop publishing the book.

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