PBS series ‘Life of Muhammad’ explores diverse opinions of prophet

Rageh Omaar in Life of Muhammad

Rageh Omaar in Life of Muhammad/PBS


He’s born poor. By age 6, he’s an orphan. Two years later, he loses his grandfather. Yet he overcomes his circumstances, develops a reputation for business integrity and progressive views on marriage.

Then he becomes a prophet of God.

The portrait of the Muslim prophet, which emerges from a PBS documentary “Life of Muhammad,” may surprise some American viewers.

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