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  • The marriage of his parents and his mother’s vision

    ‘Abdullaah bin ‘Abd Al-Muttalib was the dearest son of his father. Therefore, after ‘Abdullaah was saved from being slaughteredwhen ‘Abd Al-Muttalib ransomed him for a hundred camels, ‘Abd Al-Muttalib married him to one of the most honorable women in Makkah, namely Aaminah bint Wahb bin ‘Abd Manaaf bin Zuhrah bin.. More

  • Allah safeguarded His Prophet before his Prophethood

    Allah The Almighty safeguarded His Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, from the polytheism of the pre-Islamic days and from the worship of idols. In this respect, it is narrated by Imaam Ahmad, may Allah have mercy upon him, in his Musnad on the authority of Hishaam bin ‘Urwah from his father, may Allah have mercy upon them, that he.. More

  • Early Life of the Prophet – I

    The Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, grew up as an orphan but Allah The Almighty gave him refuge. He was also poor, but Allah The Almighty made him self-sufficient. His father, ‘Abdullaah, died before his birth and Thuwaybah (Abu Lahab’s bondwoman) then breastfed him for a few days. [Al-Bukhari] Haleemah As-Sa‘diyyah,.. More

  • Early Life of the Prophet – II

    When he reached the age of forty, Allah The Almighty honored him with Prophethood, and there is no disagreement that his Bi‘thah (mission as a prophet) started on a Monday. It was said that this was on the eighth of Rabee‘ Al-’Awwal, forty-one years after the Year of the Elephant, and this is the opinion of the majority of scholars. Jibreel.. More

  • The Prophet's marriage to Khadeejah - I

    The period of the family life of the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, during his marriage to his first wife, Khadeejah, may Allah be pleased with her, could be considered as the prototype of an Islamic family life. This implies that we should look at this period as the ideal example for family relationships, practices, and attitudes which.. More

  • The Prophet's marriage to Khadeejah- II

    Respect for the family Another clue was the Prophet's, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, respect for his family. 'Aa'ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, said: "The Messenger of Allah, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, has never beaten a wife or a servant, and he, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, has never hit anything with his hand except when fighting.. More

  • Muhammad the orphan -II

    He, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, passed his childhood days in a manner quite strange for the Arabian society. Instead of playing with children of his age group, he felt disgusted in their company and preferred to be in solitude. Allah the Almighty had kept him aloof from every kind of debasement and immorality. A few boys of Quraysh forced him to.. More

  • Muhammad the orphan - I

    Initially, after his birth, Thuwaybah, the freed slave-girl of Abu Lahab Ibn 'Abdul-Muttalib, suckled him for seven days. She had suckled Hamzah, may Allah be pleased with him, the uncle of the Prophet sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam (may Allah exalt his mention) also. Thus, both Masruh Ibn Thuwaybah and Hamzah were his foster brothers. According to the.. More

  • The lineage of the Prophet Muhammad-II

    The Elephant Raid The King of Abyssinia (Ethiopia) had captured Yemen for a very short period. During the lifetime of ‘Abdul-Muttalib, Yemen was under the rule of the King of Abyssinia. In those days Abrahah Ashram was the governor of Yemen on behalf of the king. He built a temple in Yemen and persuaded the Arabs to perform Hajj at the temple.. More