The book highlights some difficulties the prophet of Islam had undergone when he presented his message to the world. There were four parties who were responsible for the troubles in order to protect either their tribal proud or to defend false beliefs people had at that particular time. The Quraysh were in fore front in the campaign because Islam challenged their beliefs, culture and way of life. When the prophet was forced to leave his homeland, and arrived at Madinah new people joined hands with Quraysh. Idolaters of Arab region known as Hajaaz felt the same pain as their 'Quraysh brethren' were. Jews of the new land could not stay behind in the 'noble' cause; so, they played their role as well. A new breed of opponents emerged in the new land i.e. the hypocrites. Since they claim they were Muslims therefore, they were most dangerous for the new religion. However, the prophet overcome all of them successfully and installed the pillars of a faith which would live for the rest of Time.