so let me go through those books and reference of Mahgraye post starting from books
For the Account of 637, see 1). Michael Philip Penn, When Christians First Met Muslims: A Sourcebook of the Earliest Syriac Writings on Islam (California: University of California Press, 2015), pp. 21–24; idem, Envisioning Islam: Syriac Christians and the Early Muslim World (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015), pp. 19–20.
For the rest of the sources, see 2). Shoemaker, Death of a Prophet, Chapter 1, “A Prophet Has Appeared”, 18–72.
You can also refer to 3). Hoyland, Seeing " Islam as Others Saw It"
well let me start with what they have in those books .. before I carefully scan through them ..
1). When Christians First Met Muslims: A Sourcebook of the Earliest Syriac Writings on Islam
Michael Philip Penn_ 2015
Table of Contents
Prologue: The Year 630
Account ad 637
Chronicle ad 640
Letters, Isho'yahb III
Apocalypse of Pseudo-Ephrem
Syriac Life of Maximus the Confessor
Canons, George I
Colophon of British Library Additional 14,666
Letter, Athanasius of Balad
Book of Main Points, John bar Penkaye
Apocalypse of Pseudo-Methodius
Exegesis of the Pericopes of the Gospel, Hnanisho' I
Life of Theodute
Colophon of British Library Additional 14,448
Apocalypse of John the Little
Chronicle ad 705
Letters, Jacob of Edessa
Chronicle, Jacob of Edessa
Scholia, Jacob of Edessa
Against the Armenians, Jacob of Edessa
Chronicle of Disasters
Chronicle ad 724
Disputation of John and the Emir
Exegetical Homilies, Mar Abba II
Disputation of Bet Hale
2). The Death of a ProphetThe End of Muhammad's Life and the Beginnings of Islam
by Stephen J. Shoemaker_2011Table of Contents
Chapter 1. "A Prophet Has Appeared, Coming with the Saracens": Muhammad's Leadership during the Conquest of Palestine According to Seventh- and Eighth-Century Sources
Chapter 2. The End of Muhammad's Life in Early Islamic Memory: The Witness of the Sira Tradition
Chapter 3. The Beginnings of Islam and the End of Days: Muhammad as Eschatological Prophet
Chapter 4. From Believers to Muslims, from Jerusalem to the Hijaz: Confessional Identity and Sacred Geography in Early Islam
Conclusion: Jesus and Muhammad, the Apostle and the Apostles
3). Seeing Islam As Others Saw It; A Survey And Evaluation Of Christian, Jewish And Zoroastrian Writings On Early Islam
by Robert G. Hoyland _1997PART I The Historical and Literary Background
1. The Historical Background .
2. The Nature of the Sources PART II A Incidental References to Islam
3. Greek Sources
4. West Syrian, Coptic and Armenian Sources
5. East Syrian Sources
6. Latin Sources ...
7. Jewish, Persian and Chinese Sources PART II B Deliberate References to Islam
8. Apocalypses and Visions
9. Martyrologies ...
10. Chronicles and Histories
11. Apologies and Disputations PART III Writing the History of Early Islam
12. Non-Muslim Conceptions of Islam
13. Using Non-Muslim Sources: an Empirical Approach
14. Using Non-Muslim Sources: an Argumentative ApproachPART IV Ex curses
A. The Canons and Resolutions of Jacob of Edessa
B. The Byzantine-Arab Chronicle of 741 and Its
Eastern Source .
C. An Outline of the Syriac Common Source
D. The Passion of David of Dwin .
E. Georgian Historical Writing
F. Dated Arabic Writings, AH 1-135/622-752
well those are the contents of those three books .. damn that 1997 Robert G. Hoyland book is some 900 pages .. BIGGER THAN QURAN ...lol.. well let me start with that ..