Muhammad: The Last Prophet is a 2002 animated quranic epic produced by Bahr International, and directed by Richard Rich. The film focuses on the early days of Islam, and Muhammad. As per Islamic tradition no actual image of the prophet appears in the film, but rather every scene where he is present is shown from his perspective, and his words are paraphrased by the narrator. Thus the film has been approved by the Council of Al-Azhar Al-Shareef (Islamic Research Academy) and the Supreme Islamic Shiite Council of Lebanon.
This film follows the rise of Isam with Muhammad's vision, exodus to Medina, and his return to Mecca. Crucial events, such as the Battle of Badr, the Battle of Uhud, the Battle of the Trench, and the Conquest of Mecca are depicted.
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Richard Rich has produced prequels to this film. These are Before the Light, Salman the Persian, and Great Woman of Islam.