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  • The Slaves of the Prophet -I

    Al-Imaam An-Nawawi  may  Allaah  have  mercy  upon  him said that it should be known that these slaves were not in the possession of the Prophet  sallallaahu  `alayhi  wa  sallam ( may  Allaah exalt his mention ) at the same time. However, each one served him  sallallaahu  `alayhi  wa  sallam ( may  Allaah exalt his mention ) at a particular time. Moreover, historical sources all agree that the Prophet, sallallaahu.. More

  • The Public Speaker of the Prophet

    Thaabit Ibn Qays, may Allah be pleased with him: His full name is Thaabit ibn Qays ibn Shammaas ibn Zuhayr ibn Maalik ibn Imru'ul-Qays ibn Maalik ibn Tha'labah ibn Ka'b ibn Al-Khazraj ibn Al-Harith Al-Ansaari Al-Khazraji. He, may Allah be pleased with him, is known as the public speaker for the Ansaar (Helpers) and the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi.. More

  • The Scribes of the Prophet –V

    Khaalid ibn Al-Waleed ibn Al-Mugheerah ibn ‘Abdullaah ibn ‘Umar, may Allah be pleased with him: His nickname is Abu Sulaymaan Al-Makhzoomi, and he is the nephew of Maymoonah bint Al-Haarith, may Allah be pleased with her, the Mother of the Believers. He was known as the sword of Allah and His Messenger. He accepted Islam after the treaty.. More

  • The Scribes of the Prophet –IV

    Huwaytib ibn Abi Al-Uzza Al-Qurashi Al‘Aamiri, may Allah be pleased with him: He came to Islam immediately after the conquest of Makkah, and he is also from those whom the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam endeared their hearts to Islam. He accepted Islam at the age of sixty years, and he was given one hundred camels from the booty.. More

  • The Scribes of the Prophet –III

    Ubayy ibn Ka‘b, may Allah be pleased with him: He is Ubayy ibn Ka‘b ibn Qays ibn Zayd ibn Mu‘aawiyah ibn ‘Umar ibn Maalik ibn An-Najjaar, and he is nicknamed Abu Munthir Al-Ansaari. He was the Imaam of the reciters. He witnessed Badr and Al-‘Aqabah. He collected the Quran in the time of the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi.. More

  • The Scribes of the Prophet -II

    Az-Zubayr ibn Al-‘Awwaam ibn Khuwaylid, may Allah be pleased with him: He is Abu ‘Abdullaah Al-Asadi Al-Qurashi, the famous brave Companion who was one of the ten Companions who were given the glad tidings of entering Paradise. He was also the first to unsheathe a sword in Islam. He is the cousin of the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi.. More

  • The Scribes of the Prophet - I

    Abu Bakr As-Siddeeq, may Allah be pleased with him: His full name is ‘Abdullaah ibn Abi Quhaafah ‘Uthmaan- ibn ‘Aamir ibn Ka‘b At-Taymi Al-Qurashi, and his nickname is Abu Bakr, may Allah be pleased with him. He is the first man who believed in the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, and he was his closest companion.. More

  • The Disciples of the Prophet

    The word Al-Hawaari (disciple) means a helper or supporter of the prophets, or an intimate friend. Al-Raaghib Al-Asfhaani, may Allah have mercy upon him, said that the disciples were the supporters of 'Eesa ibn Maryam (Jesus, son of Mary), may Allah exalt his mention, and it is said that they worked in the bleaching trade or as hunters. Some other.. More

  • Poets of the Prophet Muhammad-II

    `Abdullaah ibn Rawaahah Al-Ansaari: His name is `Abdullaah ibn Rawaahah ibn Tha`labah ibn Umru` Al-Qays ibn `Amr ibn Maalik Al-Ansaari, may Allah be pleased with him, from the tribe of Al-Khazraj. He, may Allah be pleased with him, was a great poet who was known for his brisk and nimble mind and for his intuition. `Abdullaah ibn Rawaahah, may.. More

  • Poets of the Prophet Muhammad-I

    Ka`b ibn Maalik ibn Abu Ka`b Al-Ansaari: His name is `Amr ibn Al-Qayn ibn Ka`b ibn Sawaad ibn Ghunm ibn Salamah Al-Ansaari, may Allah be pleased with him. There are different narrations regarding his nickname, some say it is Abu `Abdullaah others say it is Abu `Abdur-Rahmaan, while others say it is Abu Muhammad, and yet others say it is Abu Basheer.. More

  • Callers of Athaan

    Imaam Ibn Al-Qayyim, may Allah have mercy upon him, stated that there were four Companions, may Allah be pleased with them, who were assigned to call the Athaan (call to prayer): two in Madeenah, one in the Qubaa` mosque and one in Makkah. The following are the biographies of those four Companions, may Allah be pleased with them: Bilaal ibn Rabaah,.. More

  • In the Footsteps of Prophet Muhammad - III

    · Madeenah:This is the city of the Prophet, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam. Prior to the Hijrah (migration), it was known as Yathrib, but the Prophet, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, changed its name to Madeenah. Moreover, he, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, enjoined the Muslims not to call it Yathrib again. The Muslims named it Al-Madeenah Al-Munawwarah.. More

  • In the Footsteps of Prophet Muhammad - II

    · The House of Al-Arqam ibn Abi Al-Arqam:This was a house in the suburbs of Makkah owned by Al-Arqam bin Abi Al-Arqam. In this house, the Prophet, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, used to meet his Companions, may Allah be pleased with them, to teach and instruct them far away from the spies of Makkah. There were about forty Companions, may Allah.. More

  • In the Footsteps of Prophet Muhammad - I

    During his lifetime, the Prophet, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, moved and traveled extensively through the Arabian Peninsula and ancient Syria, as a worshipper, a caller to Allah The Almighty, a migrant, conqueror, commander, and pilgrim. Most of his travels were after the Prophetic Mission. · Makkah:The Prophet, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam,.. More

  • Rights of the Child in Islam - IV

    Parents should also encourage the child to play sports and games such as running, swimming, horsing, racing, and so on, as the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, used to race and guided his Ummah (nation) to do what is necessary to achieve power. Parents are also required to develop the child’s physical power by getting him accustomed.. More