Modern studies of the origins of Nabawiyah sira have traced and discovered the existence of the influence of previous scriptures and their elements in the narration of sīrah. The story of Halimah, the mother's nurse, according to Raven, shows a parallel event with the maturity of Jesus as a baby, in the Gospels. In addition, Muslim scholars such as Ibn Hisham were found to be consistent in making parallel comparisons between Muhammad and Moses in his work. This paper focuses on early life focused on the period of Ḥalīmah al-Sa'diyyah by analyzing the use of the Qur'anic references in narration. This research is qualitative with a critical approach method and textual analysis to read stories. This study finds the proposition that there are two possible reasons that direct Ibn Hisham to add verse 28:12 from the Qur'an as a reference to Muhammad's time record as a suckling baby. The first issue of digital obscurity in Ibn Isāq's narrative. And the second is to give credence to the story of the two prophets, Muhammad and Moses.
Modern studies of the origin of Nabawiyyah sira have traced and suggested the existence of influence of previous scriptures and their elements within the sira of narrative. The wet-nurse period with Halimah, which, according to Raven, indicates a parallel occurrence with Jesus' precocity in the Gospels of the Infancy. Besides, Muslim scholars such as Ibn Hishām were found to be consistent in making parallel comparison between Muhammad and Moses in his work. This early life, with special focus to his period with Ḥalīmah al-Sa'diyyah and analyzing the use of Quranic reference in the narrative. The study is qualitative in nature in which the employer critical and textual analysis to examine the story. The present study in finding propositions that there are two possible reasons which lead Ibn Hisham to adduce verse 28:12 of the Quran as his reference to the account of Muhammad's time as a suckling infant. The first issue of digital obscurity in the narration of Ibn Isāq. And the second is to give credence to the similarities between the accounts of the two prophets, Mu'ammad and Moses.