Document Analysis #2: on Muhammad; Last SermonQuestions to consider as you read: What are some of the main messages in Muhammad’s last speech? What does he say about honesty, the place of women, and relations between people?Muhammad’s Last Sermon, at https://www.islamreligion.com/articles/523/prophet-muhammad-last-sermon/ (Links to an external site.) Links to an external site. (the first section provides background, then the speech follows.)You will be turning in your paper using Turnitin. Simply find the upload button at the top right. You might have to accept the terms of the program for it to work. Turnitin will show you where your wording is too close to the original and needs to be further improved. Remember all work submitted must be in your own words or it is considered copied (plagiarized) and against academic standards.=====Document Analysis Instructions:You are asked to write three document analyses (each 2 pages double-spaced) throughout the semester. You should follow the three steps below in preparing your document analysis.Step One: Introduction: Consider these questions as you read the document and write your introduction: Who is the author? When was it written? What was the purpose of the document? You will need to include some background material to answer these questions.Be sure to include a thesis statement (or problem, mystery, etc.) about which you write. In general, your thesis statement should answer the following: what will this document be able to tell us about people and history?Step Two: Consider 2, or better 3 main paragraphs. You should paraphrase the author’s 2-3 main arguments or positions. You will also want to offer your own interpretation of the material. Quotes should be used as evidence to illustrate your interpretation. In considering your interpretation, evaluate whether or not the author achieved their objective and how well, and consider what we can learn about the society / individual under discussion.Step Three: Review your draft analysis. Your last paragraph is your conclusion and should highlight what we have learned after reading your essay. Ask yourself: What does the evidence say, and what does it not say? How does the document add to the understanding of history and its legacy?Have I documented additional information used? Any subjective or potentially controversial material should include an in-text reference in (Author, year) format. All outside material must be included in a final Reference list at the end of your paper, in APA format with the URL if found online.