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Akhlak nabi Muhammad saw?
Al Qur'an. So .... how is akhlak Muhammad? read Al Qur'an and read Muhammad say about all connected with all items of Al Qur'an, called Hadist.
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Answer: The Monk's name was Bahira. He was somewhere near or in the area that is known as Syria today. He saw the caravan approaching from a distance. What caught his eyes wa…s a sign mentioned in one of his scriptural documents about the advent of Muhammad. The sign was that he would be protected from the harshness of the sun by the wings of angels. Now Bahira did not see angels; but it was a curious thing that, from a long distance, there seemed to be one single cloud that was following the caravan that Muhammad (who was in his early teens) was riding in. In fact, the cloud seemed to follow the caravan so well that it remained over one particular spot. That spot was where the young Muhammad rode. As the caravan approached the village, Bahira was very keen to see who it was that was under the protection of that one cloud. When he found it was Muhammad, Bahira asked who was in charge of the young man. He was directed to his uncle. Then Bahira asked the uncle some questions about Muhammad's life, lineage, and character. He found that the description fit the prophecies he had. Finally, Bahira circled around to see if there was a distinct mark - a birthmark between Muhammad's shoulder blades - that was also another sign. When he found the birthmark, Bahira went again to Muhammad's uncle and told him to take very good care of his nephew because, he said, Muhammad was destined to do great things. May God be pleased with Muhammad - and with Bahira the monk.
Fatima bint Al-Dahhak, also known as Al-Aliya, outlived all Mohammed's widows and finally died in 680. However, Mohammed had divorced her in 630. Of the women who were still m…arried to him on the day he died, the one who lived longest was Hind bint Abi Umayya (Umm Salama). She died in 678 or 679.
Prophet Muhammed saw is generally understood to have married Kadhija Ra when he was 25 years and she was 40.The marriage lasted twenty or slightly more years until Khadija die…d.
13 Answer-2 Our beloved Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) had three sons- Hazrat Qasim, Harat Tahir, Hazrat Ibraheem. He had Four daughters- Hazrat Zainab RAU,… Hazrat Kasoom RAU, Hazrat Ruqayya RAU and Hazrat Fatimah RAU. Hazrat Kalsoom RAU and Hazrat Ruquyya RAU were married to Hazrat Usman RAU, one after the other.
On the twelfth of Rabi' Al-Awwal, in the eleventh year of Al-Hijrah. He was sixty-three years and four days old when he died. (The Sealed Nectar or when the moon split - bio…graphy of the prophet muhammed (ﷺ)
Nabi is an Arabic word that means God prophet. literally means who brings news [from God]
Hazrat Muhammad saw was sent by Allah as a messenger to the whole mankind. There are so many teachings of Holy Prophet saw by his action and by his saying...
The Prophet Muhammad was around 40 years old when the angel appeared to him All the Prophets (May peace be upon them all) were chosen ones. They were destined to …be prophets. The last Prophet of Islam, Hazrat Muhammad SAW was a Prophet even before his coming to this world. However, he was ordained by Almighty Allah to start preaching His message when he was about 40 years of age. Only one Prophet, Hazrat Jesus Christ (May peace be upon him) announced to the people at his birth that he was a prophet to prove to the people the innocence of his mother, Hazrat Maryam (AS), as his birth was an unusual miracle. The other prophets lived a normal life among the people and at a ripe age started preaching the message of Almighty Allah.
We don't know, because he never told anyone. All we can do is study the facts and look at theories. (1) One theory is that Mohammed wanted to strengthen his ties to her father… Umar. However, Umar was already Mohammed's second-best friend, so there was no real need for Mohammed to do this - especially as he didn't have enough money to support the two wives whom he already had. (2) Another theory is that Mohammed wanted to give a home to a widow who would otherwise be destitute, hoping this would set a good example and encourage other men to do the same. However, Mohammed married Hafsa in early 625, when only 14 men out of a total of over 300 had died. Since some men were already polygamous, and women often died in childbirth, it doesn't sound as if there was a serious shortage of eligible men. Hafsa was certainly not destitute, as her father was still alive. (3) A third theory is that Hafsa was beautiful. She was about 19, whereas Mohammed's other wives were 11 and over 40 respectively, so perhaps Mohammed just fancied her. Abu Bakr liked her too, and Mohammed warned him that he wanted Hafsa for himself. (4) It is certain that Hafsa was intelligent. She would have made a very good teacher. So yet another theory is that Mohammed recognised her as a person who would help him spread Islam.
S.A.W. is the abbreviation for the Arabic phrase salla Allahu alaihi wa-sallam. It means "may Allah pray for him and salute him," and is a respectful phrase used only with t…he name of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW). Western Muslims who speak English often use the abbreviation "P.B.U.H" instead of "S.A.W." - PBUH stands for "Peace Be Upon Him."
Abraham is widely regarded as the Patriarch of monotheism and the common father of the Jews, Christians and Muslims. Through His second son, Isaac, came all Israelite prophets… including such towering figures as Jacob, Joseph, Moses, David, Solomon and Jesus. May peace and blessings be upon them all. The advent of these great prophets was in partial fulfillment of God's promises to bless the nations of earth through the descendents of Abraham (Genesis12:2-3).Such fulfillment is wholeheartedly accepted by Muslims whose faith considers the belief in and respect of all prophets an article of faith. BLESSINGS OF ISHMAEL AND ISAAC Was the first born son of Abraham (Ishmael) and his descendants included in God's covenant and promise? A few verses from the Bible may help shed some light on this question; 1) Genesis 12:2-3 speaks of God's promise to Abraham and his descendants before any child was born to him. 2) Genesis 17:4 reiterates God's promise after the birth of Ishmael and before the birth of Isaac. 3) In Genesis, ch. 21. Isaac is specifically blessed but Ishmael was also specifically blessed and promised by God to become "a great nation" especially in Genesis 21:13, 18. 4) According to Deuteronomy 21:15-17 the traditional rights and privileges of the first born son are not to be affected by the social status of his mother (being a "free" woman such as Sarah, Isaac's mother, or a "Bondwoman" such as Hagar, Ishmael's mother). This is only consistent with the moral and humanitarian principles of all revealed faiths. 5) The full legitimacy of Ishmael as Abraham's son and "seed" and the full legitimacy of his mother, Hagar, as Abraham's wife are clearly stated in Genesis 21:13 and 16:3. After Jesus, the last Israelite messenger and prophet, it was time that God's promise to bless Ishmael and his descendants be fulfilled. Less than 600years after Jesus, came the last messenger of God, Muhammad, from the progeny of Abraham through Ishmael. God's blessing of both of the main branches of Abraham's family tree was now fullfilled. But are there additional corroborating evidence that the Bible did in fact foretell the advent of prophet Muhammad? MUHAMMAD: The Prophet Like Unto Moses Long time after Abraham, God's promise to send the long-awaited Messenger was repeated this time in Moses' words. In Deuteronomy 18:18, Moses spoke of the prophet to be sent by God who is: 1) From among the Israelite's "brethren", a reference to their Ishmaelite cousins as Ishmael was the other son of Abraham who was explicitly promised to become a "great nation". 2) A prophet like unto Moses. There were hardly any two prophets ,who were so much alike as Moses and Muhammad. Both were given comprehensive law code of life, both encountered their enemies and were victors in miraculous ways, both were accepted as prophets/statesmen and both migrated following conspiracies to assassinate them. Analogies between Moses and Jesus overlooks not only the above similarities but other crucial ones as well (e.g. the natural birth, family life and death of Moses and Muhammad but not of Jesus, who was regarded by His followers as the Son of God and not exclusively a messenger of God, as Moses and Muhammad were and as Muslim belief Jesus was). THE AWAITED PROPHET WAS TO COME FROM ARABIA Deuteronomy 33:1-2 combines references to Moses, Jesus and Muhammad. It speaks of God (i.e. God's revelation) coming from Sinai, rising from Seir (probably the village of Sa'ir near Jerusalem) and shining forth from Paran. According to Genesis 21:21, the wilderness of Paran was the place where Ishmael settled (i.e. Arabia, specifically Mecca). Indeed the King James version of the Bible mentions the pilgrims passing through the valley of Ba'ca (another name of Mecca) in Psalms 84:4-6. Isaiah 42:1-13 speaks of the beloved of God. His elect and messenger who will bring down a law to be awaited in the isles and who "shall not fail nor be discouraged till he have set judgment on earth." Verse 11, connects that awaited one with the descendants of Ke'dar. Who is Ke'dar? According toGenesis 25:13, Ke'dar was the second son of Ishmael, the ancestor of prophet Muhammad. MUHAMMAD'S MIGRATION FROM MECCA TO MEDINA: PROPHECIED IN THE BIBLE? Habakkuk 3:3 speaks of God (God's help) coming from Te'man (an Oasis North of Medina according to J. Hasting's Dictionary of the Bible), and the holy one (coming) from Paran. That holy one who under persecution migrated from Paran (Mecca) to be received enthusiastically in Medina was none but prophet Muhammad. Indeed the incident of the migration of the prophet and his persecuted followers is vividly described inIsaiah 21:13-17. That section foretold as well about the battle of Badr in which the few ill-armed faithful miraculously defeated the "mighty" men of Ke'dar, who sought to destroy Islam and intimidate their own folks who turned -to Islam. THE QUR'AN (KORAN) FORETOLD IN THE BIBLE? For twenty-three years, God's words (the Qur'an) were truly put into Muhammad's mouth. He was not the "author" of the Qur'an. The Qur'an was dictated to him by Angel Gabriel who askedMuhammad to simply repeat the words of the Qur'an as he heard them. These words were then committed to memory and to writing by those who hear them during Muhammad's life time and under his supervision. Was it a coincidence that the prophet "like unto Moses" from the "brethren" of the Israelites (i.e. from the lshmaelites) was also described as one in whose mouth God will put his words and that he will speak in the name of God, (Deuteronomy 18:18-20). Was it also a coincidence the "Paraclete" that Jesus foretold to come after Him was described as one who "shall not speak of himself, but whatsoever he shall hear, that shall he speak (John 16:13) Was it another coincidence that Isaiah ties between the messenger connected with Ke'dar and a new song (a scripture in a new language) to be sang unto the Lord (Isaiah 42:10-11). More explicitly, prophesies Isaiah "For with stammering lips, and another tongue, will he speak to this people" (Isaiah 28:11). This latter verse correctly describes the "stammering lips" of Prophet Muhammadreflecting the state of tension and concentration he went through at the time of revelation. Another related point is that the Qur'an was revealed in piece-meals over a span of twenty three years. It is interesting to compare this with Isaiah 28:10 whichspeaks of the same thing. THAT PROPHET- PARACLETE- MUHAMMAD Up to the time of Jesus (peace be upon him), the Israelites were still awaiting for that prophet like unto Moses prophecied in Deuteronomy 18:18. When John the Baptist came, they asked him if he was Christ and he said "no". They asked him if he was Elias and he said "no". Then, in apparent reference to Deuteronomy 18:18, they asked him "Art thou that Prophet" and he answered, "no". (John 1: 1 9-2 1). In the Gospel according to John (Chapters 14, 15, 16) Jesus spoke of the "Paraclete" or comforter who will come after him, who will be sent by Father as another Paraclete, who will teach new things which the contemporaries of Jesus could not bear. While the Paraclete is described as the spirit of truth, (whose meaning resemble Muhammad's famous title Al-Amin, the trustworthy), he is identified in one verse as the Holy Ghost (John 14:26). Such a designation is however inconsistent with the profile of that Paraclete. In the words of the Dictionary of the Bible, (Ed. J. Mackenzie) "These items, it must be admitted do not give an entirely coherent picture." Indeed history tells us that many early Christians understood the Paraclete to be a man and not a spirit. This might explain the followings who responded to some who claimed, without meeting the criteria stipulated by Jesus, to be the awaited "Paraciete". It was Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) who was the Paraclete, Comforter, helper, admonisher sent by God after Jesus. He testified of Jesus, taught new things which could not be borne at Jesus' time, he spoke what he heard (revelation), he dwells with the believers (through his well-preserved teachings). Such teachings will remain forever because he was the last messenger of God, the only Universal Messenger to unite the whole of humanity under God and on the path of PRESERVED truth. He told of many things to come which "came to pass" in the minutest detail meeting, the criterion given by Moses to distinguish between the true prophet and the false prophets (Deuteronomy 18:22). He did reprove the world of sin, of righteousness and of judgment (John 16:8-11) WAS THE SHIFT OF RELIGIOUS LEADERSHIP PROPHECIED? Following the rejection of the last Israelite prophet, Jesus, it was about time that God's promise to make Ishmael a great nation be fulfilled (Genesis 21:13, 18) In Matthew 21:19-21, Jesus spoke of the fruitless fig tree (A Biblical symbol of prophetic heritage) to be cleared after being given a last chance of three years (the duration of Jesus' ministry) to give fruit. In a later verse in the same chapter, Jesus said: "Therefore, say I unto you, The Kingdom of God shall be taken away from you, and given to a nation bringing forth the fruit thereof" (Matthew 21:43). That nation of Ishmael's descendants (the rejected stone in Matthew 21:42) which was victorious against all super-powers of its time as prophecied by Jesus: "And whosoever shall fall on this stone shall be broken, but on whomsoever it shall fall, it will grind him to powder" (Matthew 21:44). OUT OF CONTEXT COINCIDENCE? Is it possible that the numerous prophecies cited here are all individually and combined out of context misinterpretations? Is the opposite true, that such infrequently studied verses fit together consistently and clearly point to the advent of the man who changed the course of human history, Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Is it reasonable to conclude that all these prophecies, appearing in different books of the Bible and spoken by various prophets at different times were all coincidence? If this is so here is another strange "coincidence"! One of the signs of the prophet to come from Paran (Mecca) is that he will come with "ten thousands of saints" (Deuteronomy 33:2 KJV). That was the number of faithful who accompanied Prophet Muhammad to Paran (Mecca) in his victorious, bloodless return to his birthplace to destroy the remaining symbols of idolatry in the Ka'bah. Says God as quoted by Moses: And it shall come to pass, that whosoever will not hearken unto my words which he shall speak in my name, I will require it of him. (Deuteronomy 18:19) Dear Readers: May the light of truth shine in your heart and mind. May it lead you to peace and certitude in this life and eternal bliss in hereafter. AMEEN For further information please contact: Islamic Information Foundation Attn: Dr. Jamal Badawi 8 Laurel Lane Halifax, Nova Scotia B3M 2P6 Tel., 902 / 445-2494
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Praise be to Allah, the Almighty, the Cherisher and Sustainer of the Universe, and peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, last of the Prophets, and upon all those w…ho adhere to his example until the Day of Judgement.The Mushrik Nobles in Makkah wanted ti silence Muhammad alihisalam because He wanted people to worship 1 Allah Kareem and stop worshipping millions of Self dessined Gods:Muhammad alihisalam wanted people to say "O Allah u r 1 we worship u alone without associating any partners to U and only Your assistance do we seek". The Nobles Knew if People got aware about truth ,it will be difficult for these nobles to Loot/Fool people and eat their money in the name of religion or good deeds. Some of the main Teachings of Muhammad Last Prophet towards whole mankind [peace be upon him and his faithful beautiful Suhabahs/campanions that include Aba Bakr, Ummar ibnil Khattab,Usmaan bin Afaan & Ali Radhiyallahuanhoo] is:- Faith is the foundation upon which the whole structure of nations is based. Therefore, the progress of each nation is dependent upon the maintenance of its faith and ideology. Thus, all Prophets (peace be upon them) have called for true faith. Every Prophet told his people from the very beginning, "Worship Allah, the Almighty. You have no other god but Him".(1) "We assuredly sent amongst every people an Apostle, (with the command), Serve Allah and eschew evil".(2) This is because Allah the Almighty created all people to worship Him alone and set up no associate to Him. "I have only created jinns and men that they may worship Me".(3) Worship is the exclusive right of Allah owed to Him by His creation mankind. Prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him) once said to Muath ibn Jabal (may Allah be pleased with him): "Do you know what duties and rights people have towards Allah'? The duty of mankind towards Allah is to worship Him and attribute no partner to Him. The right of mankind is that Allah will not torture those who do not attribute any partner to Him".(4) This right of worship is the foremost right of Allah owed to Him by His people. "Your Lord has decreed that you worship none but Him." (5) "Say : Come, I will recite to you what Allah has really forbidden to you : Join not any-thing as equal with Allah".(6) This right has priority over all other rights because it is the foundation upon which all other precepts of the religion (of Islam) are based. Therefore, the Prophet (peace be upon him) during the thirteen years of his preaching in Makkah, constantly called upon people to observe this right of Allah and forbid any partner to Him. The Holy Quran in most of its verses, has confirmed this concept and negated any resemblance to Him. Every Muslim in his five daily prayers pledges to Allah to observe this right by saying, "You alone do we worship and only Your assistance do we seek". (7) This great right is referred to as the singleness of worship, deity or objective and purpose. This monotheism is ingrained in man's nature. The Prophet (peace be upon him) said "Every child is born with a (pure) innate character. His parents may turn him to become a Jew, a Christian or Mazdist" (8). Therefore, believing in the oneness of Allah is innate and original, whereas idolatry is spurious and unnatural. Man will deviate from the right path only because of false upbringing and surroundings. Allah the Almighty stated in the Holy Quran "Mankind was one single nation, and Allah sent messengers with glad tidings and warnings; and with them He sent the Book, in truth, to judge between people in matters wherein they differed".(9) Simarly, He, the Almighty, also stated in they Holy Quran "Mankind was but one nation, but differed later". (10) Moreover, Ibn Abbas (May Allah be pleased with him) said, "Ten centuries lapsed from Adam to Noah (peace be upon them and all people adhered to Islam during that perished". (11) Ibn-ulQaiyim, the learned scholar, commented on this by saying "This interpretation (by Ibn Abbas) of the above verse is correct."(12) He cited examples from the Holy Quran to support this idea an confirmed it in his commentary, "The Meaning of the Quran". The first incident of polytheism took place among the people of Noah when they exceeded the limits of respect for their saints and started worshipping them despite exhortation by their Prophets. As it is stated in the Holy Quran"And they have said (to each other), abandon not your gods : abandon neither Wadd for Suwa, neither Yaguth not Yauq".(13) Bukhari quoted Ibn Abbas as saying that "The above names were those of pious men among the people of Noah. When these pious men died, Satan suggested to the people of Noah that they erect statues of those pious men in their homes and call the statues by these pious men's names. Thus, people did so, but did not worship the statues. The statues, however, in later generations become idols to be worshipped." (14)
Prophet mohammad went to syria with abu-talib at the age of 12 years
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Who did SIHR or black magic to MUHAMMAD NABI in the Story of the Holy Prophet Getting Bewitched in Islamic history?
It is a controversial aspect of the life of the Holy Prophet SAW. Some of the scholars believe that the Jews tried to influence the holy Prophet SAW through witchcraft and… they succeeded in doing so for some time. Some say that they conspired but failed. Some say that Allah Almighty made Hazrat Muhammad SAW pass through all kinds of test and turmoils, including witchcraft. Anyhow, the two last Suras of the holy Qur'an are a shield against witchcraft.