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Prophet Muhammad

Prophet Muhammad: What most non-Muslims don’t know

Source : IslamOnline | 07 Nov 2012

There are many aspects of Prophet Muhammad’s (peace be upon him) personality that are not just admirable in and of themselves, but also exemplary because they highlight his great humility and approachability as a person, despite his high-ranking status as the last messenger of God, and as the indisputable leader of the Muslims.

 

Jairana: A landmark in the history of Islam

Source : Arab News | 02 Oct 2012

The bloodless conquest of Makkah occupies a great moment in the history of Islam. But when the holy Prophet (peace be upon him) heard of war preparedness of Hawazen and Thaqeef, he marched to Taif heading a 12,000 strong force. It was the largest force commanded by him at that time. Initially, Muslims suffered a setback, but with the Prophet’s (pbuh) undaunted courage and strong faith in Allah’s support they defeated the large pagan force at the Battle of Hunain.

 

Prophet Muhammad’s extraordinary affection for children

Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), was an extraordinary husband, a perfect father, and a unique grandfather. He was unique in every way. He treated his children and grandchildren with great compassion and never neglected to guide them to the straight path and good deeds. He loved them and treated them tenderly and showed them how to lead a humane life. He never allowed them to neglect their religious duties.

His ultimate goal was to prepare them for the Hereafter.

 

Defending the Prophet, the messenger of mercy

P.K. Abdul Ghafour | ArabNews | 21 Jun 2012

There is a strident media campaign against Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) all over the world by the enemies of Islam and Muslims in order to demonize him and present a bad picture about him and it is the duty of Muslims to defend the Prophet, said Ibrahim Malabari, president of Messenger of Mercy Foundation (MMF), which is based in the Canadian city of Toronto.

 

The Prophet’s kindness to animals

When we mention the religion of Islam, often the first word that comes to mind is peace. The word Islam is derived from the infinitive ‘sa-la’ma’ which also is the root for the word salam, which means peace. Islam is a way of life that promotes peace, dignity, respect, tolerance, justice and mercy and all of these qualities are tempered with serenity (calmness) that comes from submission to God. Perhaps the greatest of these qualities is mercy. It is one of the overriding themes throughout the Qur’an.

 

The Prophet: A communication role model

By Afifa Jabeen | Arab News | 10 Jun 2012

Those of us who have studied communication on an academic level know just how many theories, books and studies have revolved around the intricate process of human communication. Early Western models of communication — verbal, diagrammatic, or mathematical — claim to describe the structural, technical or functional aspects of the phenomenon.

 

Prophet Muhammad Lives!

By Asme Fahmi | MuslimVillage | 26 May 2012

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be transported back in time to the blessed era of the Prophet Muhammad Peace be upon him (pbuh)? For many Seerah junkies, it would be a dream akin to an Alice in Wonderland adventure – falling into a rabbit hole which leads you to the time of desert-dwelling sahabis trading in a Makkan marketplace, where poetry was echoed in the air and caravans would set off across the desert for months on end.

 

Daughters, a matter of pride

Bringing up children with proper care is the primary duty of Muslim parents. Parents should not distinguish in a discriminatory manner between their male and female children when bringing them up. However, the fact remains that girls in many Muslim communities are the victims of their parents’ bias against them.

 

Abu Ayub Ansari, a prominent companion

By Abu Tariq Hijazi | Arab News | 23 Mar 2012

His name shines on the horizon of Madinah. He was the first who offered full hospitality to Holy Prophet (peace and mercy of Allah be upon him) when he arrived in Madinah. Later he proved that he was not only an extraordinary host and a warrior, but also Katib-e-Wahi, a Hafiz Qur’an and a Faqih whose fatwas were trusted. Abu Ayub Ansari also served as imam of the Prophet’s Mosque during the Caliphate of Uthman bin Affan. He took part in all the famous battles including Badr, Ohud, Khandaq, Hunain, Khayber and Tabuk.

 

The Last Sermon of the Prophet Muhammad

By Imam Abdullah Antepli Huffingtonpost| 3 Feb 2012

As you read these lines, 1.5 billion Muslims will be celebrating the birthday of their beloved prophet, a day known as Milad un-Nabi or Mawlid. Muslim love and admiration for the Prophet Muhammad manifests itself beautifully through these various kinds of religious celebrations blended with local cultures and traditions.

 
 

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