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  • The Miracles of the Prophets - III

    The diversity of miracles in accordance with the people of every prophet It was a great wisdom of Allah The Almighty to make the miracles of the messengers match the field of excellence of those to whom the message was sent. This is to stress the establishment of proof against them and to refute their excuses. Moreover, if the prophet's miracle were.. More

  • The Miracles of the Prophets - II

    Conditions of the miracle In the light of the pre-mentioned definition, we can conclude the following conditions for the true miracle: 1. The miracle should be from Allah The Almighty, not from anyone else, whether this miracle is a speech like the Quran, or an action like splitting the sea for Moosa, may Allah exalt his mention. .. More

  • The Miracles of the Prophets - I

    People's need for miracles It is essential for humanity to have prophets and messengers to show them the right path, and thus, the people's need for prophets is greater than their need for anything else. The messages of the prophets are the spirit, light, and life of the world, and without them, there would be no goodness in the world. Allah The Almighty.. More

  • Lessons from the Death of the Master of Humanity

    Sufficient is death as a warner. It is the will of Allah The Almighty that death is the inevitable end of every human being, no matter how long he lives, and whatever his position in life may be. It is the norm of life, which Allah The Almighty expresses by Saying (what means): · {And We did not grant to any man before you eternity [on earth];.. More

  • 'I Have Been Sent to Perfect Good Manners' - III

    Many people tend to think of good character and manners as something superfluous or unnecessary. They may neglect to check their shortcomings in this regard, believing it enough for them to perform several voluntary acts of worship in addition to the obligatory ones. This is not a correct way to approach the matter of good character and manners. The.. More

  • 'I Have Been Sent to Perfect Good Manners' - II

    In Islam, nothing is considered a greater blessing – after Eemaan (faith) – than having a good character and manners. This blessing is far superior to anything worldly that Allah The Almighty may have bestowed upon a Muslim – from wealth to status to children. Some of the narrations that emphasize this are: · The Prophet,.. More

  • 'I Have Been Sent to Perfect Good Manners' - I

    The Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, was the epitome of graciousness, courtesy and good breeding. His character and manners were pleasing and worthy of emulation, and his behavior more so.This was one of the qualities of the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, Allah The Almighty Himself stated in the Quran (which means): {And.. More

  • Mercy on Society - A Nation with a Mission - III

    (Scenes from the Battle of the Trench) The trick that divided the Allies: The siege lasted for about a month. During that period, the Allies invaded all the areas surrounding Madeenah, creating great hardship for the Muslims. The Hypocrites betrayed the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, thus revealing their true nature. Some even asked the.. More

  • Mercy on Society - A Nation with a Mission - II

    (Scenes from the Battle of the Trench) Allah The Almighty Says (what means): {When they came to you from above you and from beneath you} [Quran, 33:11] The trench had hardly been completed before the warriors of the Quraish and Banu Ghatafaan arrived and set up camps outside Madeenah. There were ten thousand of them in total. The Prophet, sallallaahu.. More

  • Mercy on Society - A Nation with a Mission - I

    (Scenes from the Battle of the Trench) In Shawwal, 5 A.H., the Battle of the Trench took place, in which the Ahzaab (Allies) united against the Muslims in Madeenah, in an attempt to eradicate Islam once and for all. Though confronted with an army that vastly outnumbered their own, the Muslims faced every difficulty and setback together, and came.. More

  • Impact on Creed - From Polytheism to Monotheism - II

    ‘Amr, may Allah be pleased with him, was lame in one leg, which exempted him from participating in battles. He, may Allah be pleased with him, had four sons who had grown into strong men. His sons would go out to fight with the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, on his expeditions. They would not give up their duty and share of the.. More

  • Impact on Creed - From Polytheism to Monotheism - I

    ‘Amr ibn Al-Jamuuh: A Martyr’s Story ‘Amr ibn Al-Jamuuh, may Allah be pleased with him, was one of the chiefs of Banu Salamah before he accepted Islam. His son, Mu'aath ibn ‘Amr, may Allah be pleased with him, embraced Islam before him, and began to call the people of Madeenah to Islam along with his friend Mu’aath ibn.. More

  • His Interaction with Inanimate Beings

    The Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, interacted with inanimate beings in many instances. These miracles proved his veracity, and the divine nature of his message. Some of the miracles of the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, were: · Jaabir bin 'Abdullaah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported, “We set out on.. More

  • Child Companions of Prophet Muhammad - III

    · Anas ibn Maalik, may Allah be pleased with him: He was born ten years before the Hijrah (emigration). Thus, when the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, emigrated to Madeenah, Anas ibn Maalik, may Allah be pleased with him, began to serve him at the age of ten. He continued to serve the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam,.. More

  • Child Companions of Prophet Muhammad - II

    · 'Abdullaah ibn 'Umar ibn Al-Khattaab, may Allah be pleased with them both: He embraced Islam around the age of seven, along with his father ‘Umar ibn Al-Khattaab, may Allah be pleased with them both. This was in the sixth year of the Prophetic mission. He emigrated to Madeenah before his father, and was brought up in a pious house. He,.. More