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Who is Muhammad (pbuh)?

By Mahbubur Rahman / 24 Jan 2013

"Perhaps the world was never in greater need of an accurate account of Prophet Muhammad's (peace and blessings be upon him)  life than it is now."So states Adil Salahi, author of “Muhammad” (peace and blessings be upon him): “Man and Prophet” 1. After 9/11, for whatever reason(s), many people began asking themselves: Just who is this Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him)?

 

25 Sayings of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), for victory in this life and Hereafter.

By Adil Mohd / 24 Jan 2013

Narrated from khalid bin walid (RA), A man (RA) once came in the gathering where The Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) was sitting with many companions (RA). He asked the permission to ask some question and on being given the permission from Muhammad - Prophet of Allah (may peace and blessings of Allah be upon him).

 

Daughters - a Way to Paradise

By Agencies / 24 Jan 2013

Even now daughters are considered an unwanted burden in some societies and instead of rejoicing, an atmosphere of grief and disappointment is produced in the family at their birth.

This is the position, today, but in the pre-Islamic times the daughters were positively considered a shame and disgrace among the Arabs, so much so that even the right to live was denied to them. Many a hard-hearted parent used to strangle his daughter to death, with his own hands, when she was born, or bury her alive.

 

A Balanced Diet - Prescribed in the Qur’an

Source : Islamiclife.com / 21 Jan 2013

The Qur’an has not restricted itself in merely mentioning the permissible and impermissible foods but goes to the extent of giving useful tips regarding a balanced diet, a diet which contains most if not all the useful ingredients required for the growth, strengthening and repairing of the human body. These ingredients include animal protein, fat, calcium, iron, salts, etc. The most balanced diets consist of meat, fish, fresh milk, cheese and fruit. Both direct and indirect references have been made regarding the afore mentioned.

 

The Excellence of the Sunnah Solah

Source : Agencies / 21 Jan 2013

Abu Hurayrah (radiyallahu’anhu) narrated that the Prophet (Sallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) said: "The first thing a person will be held accountable for on the Day of Judgment is his Solat. If they are complete, it will be written for him that they are complete, but if there is a deficiency in them, Allah would say: "See if My Slave has any supererogatory prayers." Allah would also say: "Make up the deficiency in My Slave's obligatory prayers from the supererogatory prayers;" and then other actions will be accounted for accordingly." This is recorded by An-Nasa’ie and others.

 

A Scientific and Material Speech to this who does not believe in Muhammad the Messenger of Allah

By Abd El Dayem El Kaheel / 21 Jan 2013

Mocking Allah, His verses and His messenger (peace and blessings be upon him) has become a normal thing nowadays and it comes in most cases from abroad, where atheists claim that Islam is a religion of underdevelopment, terrorism and ignorance.  That's why the enemies of Islam continued to mock its teachings, claiming that they have become out of date and do not fit the times!

 

The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) - an Ideal Father & Grandfather

Source : Rasoulallah.net / 19 Jan 2013

Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) was an extraordinary husband, a perfect father, and a unique grandfather. He (peace and blessings be upon him) was unique in every way. He (peace and blessings be upon him) treated his children and grandchildren with great compassion, and never neglected to direct them to the straight path and to good deeds.

 

The Manners and Character of Muhammad (pbuh)

Source : Agencies / 19 Jan 2013 

1.Truthfulness

A’ishah (may Allah be pleased with her) said: "The trait and characteristic which the Prophet (pbuh) hated most was lying. A man would tell a lie in the presence of the Prophet (pbuh) and he would hold it against him, until he knew that he repented." (Tirmidthi #1973)

 

A Home Based on Love

By Adil Salahi / 18 Jan 2013

A foremost characteristic of life in the home of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) was love. Love is the quality most necessary to ensure happiness. When love is present, happiness is assured. The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) preferred a life of poverty, which was sometimes close to, if not below, the subsistence level. Yet this did not detract from the fact that his was a very happy home, with love spreading from its rooms to those who were associated in any way with the Prophet’s family.

 

Being the best neighbour

By Agencies / 18 Jan 2013

Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him)is loved by all Muslims. He (peace and blessings be upon him) is well honoured and respected by countless others and considered influential in both religious and secular circles.

 The religion of Islam, as taught to us by Prophet Muhammad, urges kind and considerate treatment towards our neighbors. They deserve our respect and good treatment regardless of their religion, race, or colour. In a hadith narrated by `A’ishah, Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) said, “Gabriel continued to advise me to treat neighbors well until I thought he would make them my heirs” (Muslim). This clearly indicates that neighbors’s rights are indeed great.

 
 

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