Damn that Q&A was published on JANUARY 7, 2019.. Where as I am saying same thing/ something like that and more..
.............."Quran is a book of its time from multiple authors and these story writers never read what others wrote in it. Where as Prophet of Islam is a collection of Hadith stories whose Character and actions are based upon military and political leaders of Islam from the First 4 or 5 centuries of early Islamic history " .. Incidentally all those stories appears to be written by those WHO CONVERTED IN TO ISLAM FROM OTHER FAITHS rather born in to Islam .. such as these guys ..
Notable converts to Islam
Some Famous converts to Islam from JudaismSome Famous converts to Islam from ChristianitySalman the Persian
Abdullah ibn Salam (Al-Husayn ibn Salam) –
6th-century companion of the Islamic prophet Muhammad.
Abdullah ibn Salam – 7th-century sahabi said to have been a rabbi of aristocratic stock.
Ka'ab al-Ahbar – 7th-century Yemenite Jew. Considered to be the earliest authority on Isra'iliyyat and South Arabian lore.
Harun ibn Musa – 8th-century scholar of Hadith and Qira'at, and the first compiler of the different styles of Qur'anic recitation.
Al-Ru'asi – 8th-century scholar of Arabic grammar and the founder of the Kufan school of grammar.
Yaqub ibn Killis – 10th-century Egyptian vizier under the Fatimids
Hibat Allah Abu'l-Barakat al-Baghdaadi (Baruch Ben Malka) – influential 12th-century physicist, philosopher, and scientist who wrote a critique of Aristotelian philosophy and Aristotelian physics.
Ibn Yahyā al-Maghribī al-Samaw'al – 12th-century mathematician and astronomer.
Rashid-al-Din Hamadani – 13th-century Persian physician
Ibn Sahl of Seville – 13th-century Andalusian poet.
or Salman al-Farsi (Arabic: سلمان الفارسي Salmān al-Fārisī),
born Rouzbeh (Persian: روزبه), was a companion of the Islamic prophet Muhammad and the first Persian who converted to IslamRobert of St. Albans
– 1185... English templar knight who converted to Islam from Christianity in 1185 and led an army for Saladin against the Crusaders in JerusalemAbu Tammam
– 9th-century Arab poet born to Christian parentsTekuder
– Mongol leader of the Ilkhan empire; formerly a Nestorian Christian ...ruler from 1304 to 1316 in Tabriz, IranMihnea Turcitul –
Prince (Voivode) of Walachia; converted from Eastern Orthodox Christianity 1564–1601Handan Sultan –
mother of Ottoman sultan Ahmed I Handan Sultan (Ottoman Turkish: خندان سلطان; died 9 November 1605) was the consort of Sultan Mehmed III, and Valide Sultan to their son Sultan Ahmed I.Kösem Sultan –
born Anastasia, the daughter of an Orthodox priest, and later enslaved by Ottomans and sent to Istanbul, where she became powerful and influential woman in the Ottoman EmpireSokollu Mehmed Pasha (1506–1578)
– Ottoman statesman; born Orthodox, converted through devşirme. Mimar Sinan
–(1488/1490 – July 17, 1588) Ottoman architect; converted to Islam and trained as an officer of the Janissary corps.Ahmad Faris Shidyaq
–(1805 – 20 September 1887) Lebanese scholar, writer and journalist; Maronite convert to IslamIlie II Rareş –
)1531–1562) prince of MoldaviaMurat Reis or Jan Janszoon –
1620 Dutch Barbary pirate who was an admiral for the Republic of Salé; converted from Christianity; became a very active Muslim missionary who tried to convert Christian slavesMarmaduke Pickthall
- English Islamic Scholar and translator of the Quran Omar Pasha (1806–1871)
– Ottoman general, born Orthodox Ibrahim Muteferrika
– (Turkish: İbrahim Müteferrika; 1674–1745 CE) was a Hungarian-born Ottoman diplomat, publisher, economist, historian, Islamic theologian, sociologist, and the first Muslim to run a printing press with movable Arabic typeMleh, Prince of Armenia –
(before 1120 – Sis, May 15, 1175)[ Armenian convert to Islam from the Armenian Apostolic Church; Köse Mihal
– 13th century – c. 1340 Byzantine renegade; accompanied Osman al-Ghazi in his ascent to power and converted to IslamFernão Lopes – 16th-century Portuguese soldier
; tortured and disfigured by Christians for siding with Muslims Badr al-Din Lu'lu'
– 1220....Armenian convert to Islam and successor to the Zangid rulers of MosulLeo of Tripoli
– 921/2 ...Byzantine Greek renegade who freed 4000 Muslim prisoners while attacking the Byzantine city of Thessalonica Allahverdi Khan – 1660
general and statesman of Georgian origin who was Christian Ibn Jazla – 11th-century physician and Christian convert
who later wrote to refute doctrines of Christianity . Mahmud Ghazan
(1271– 11 May 1304) (Mongolian: Газан хаан, Arabic: محمود غازان, sometimes referred to as Casanus by Westerners was the seventh ruler of the Mongol Empire' seventh ruler of the Ilkhanate division of the Mongol Empire Firouz – 1060
Armenian Christian convert to Islam
All those guys were quite famous people of their time in their respective fields... I am sure they all must had
well stories goes on and on .. let me read this
By Robert Kerr..