Reviews of Muhammad, The Prophet
Islamic Culture, April 1935:
| Indeed two books: (1) Muhammad The Prophet, (2) The
Early Caliphate, by Muhammad Ali, together constitute the
most complete and satisfactory history of the early Muslims hitherto
compiled in English."
The New Orient, March 1925:
| "A translation of the Holy Quran into English with brief commentary,
a truly monumental work, already stands as a witness to the achievements
of the Maulana's labour of love. He has now produced a biography
of the Prophet of Islam in English . . . It is not only Muslims
who should feel grateful to him for the publication. The book
should, indeed, give greater gratification to the English-speaking
non-Muslims, whom it gives an opportunity of knowing the truth
about the life and personality of one who is admitted on all hands
to be the greatest reformer in the history of the world."
The Civil and Military Gazatte, Lahore, 14
| "Of the manner in which the life of the Prophet has been described,
there is hardly any necessity to speak, beyond saying that it
is written in authoritative and interesting fashion, and from
a historical point of view will be well worth perusal by adherents
of religions other than Islam."