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FOR THE SCHOOLS

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The Practice and Science of Gardening—5
'The Leaves'
B. A. KEEN , D.Sc.
2.30 World History—5
'Mohammed '
RHODA POWER
Today's interlude, the second this term, concerns the great Prophet Mohammed , the founder of Islam.
The first part takes place in the merchants' quarter at Mecca, and shows how the news of Mohammed's escape from Mecca to Medina came to one of his enemies-the year being A.D. 622, according to our calendar, or the year I, according to the Moslems or Mussulmans, the followers of the Prophet.
The second part of the interlude is set in the desert ten years later, and shows how the news of the Prophet's death in the Holy City of Medina reached some of his followers.

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Unknown: B. A. Keen
Unknown: Prophet Mohammed

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