MUHAMMAD – THE UNTOLD STORY is an account of an illiterate orphan boy, who lost his father before his birth, lost his mother when he was six, and lost his doting grandfather when he was twelve. He could not read or write, the most he could do was to sign his name. For thirteen years in his birthplace he faced an unprecedented and continuous chain of persecution ranging from insult, rejection, jeering, worst form of torture, several attempts on his life and an unending series of verbal and bodily assaults. Yet this person commands an authority and admiration among 1.5 billion people around the globe that nobody does. How he became a world teacher is documented here. To study the mindset of his followers, this – untold story – is an essential reading. The author has simply laid down the bare facts of his life and leaves the reader to draw one’s own conclusion. The barbarians – now known as Taliban – are using the Law given by him as an instrument of torture and killing. These brutes, who are not even human beings are demolishing schools and places of learning and have never heard his famous saying. “He who brings up two girls through their childhood will appear on the Day of Judgment attached to me like two fingers of a hand.” What sort of person is he, the opening episode dramatically unveils it.