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  • Prophet Muhammad: A Mercy to Humanity – I

    Allah The Almighty Says in the Noble Quran (what means): {We have sent you as a mercy for all the worlds.} [Quran, 21:107] This refers to none other than Prophet Muhammad  sallallaahu  `alayhi  wa  sallam ( may  Allaah exalt his mention ) whose character was excellent, conduct exemplary, and whose treatment of others the epitome of good manners and civility. Moreover, the Prophet,.. More

  • Prophet Muhammad: A Mercy to Humanity - II

    Safwaan ibn Umayyah, one of the chiefs of Makkah, was a great enemy of Islam and the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam. He conspired with ‘Umayr ibn Wahb to assassinate the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam. Instead of carrying out the plan, ‘Umayr embraced Islam in Madeenah. When Makkah was conquered, Safwaan fled.. More

  • Tranquillity & Security-II

    One's death will only take place at its predestined location: By believing in this fact, the believer has relieved himself from the fear of death. There are people who attempt to prepare for their deaths by purchasing a burial place and even building upon it and adorning it, but end up dying in a completely different place. There is no doubt that one.. More

  • Tranquillity & Security-I

    The effect of faith on a person’s life is an immense one indeed; it is quite astounding how faith changes the course that a person takes such that when it enters a person heart, it causes him to transform into a totally different human being, one who possesses lofty qualities and noble morals and makes him go through this life as if he has already.. More

  • Sent As A Mercy

    Allah The Almighty sent Muhammad, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, as a mercy to the worlds. He Says (what means): {And We have not sent you, [O Muhammad], except as a mercy to the worlds.} [Quran ‎21:‎107] Hence, he is a mercy to humans and Jinn, whether believers or disbelievers, as he was sent to call them to Allah The Almighty and bring.. 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

  • Impact on Character - From Wickedness to Righteousness – III

    Even when the Muslims flooded into Makkah on the day of the Conquest of Makkah, 'Umair, may Allah be pleased with him, did not forget his old companion and relative, Safwaan ibn Umayyah. He, may Allah be pleased with him, was hoping that Safwaan would accept Islam, as there was no doubt now, after the great day of the Conquest of Makkah, in the truthfulness.. More

  • Impact on Character - From Wickedness to Righteousness – II

    The story of how 'Umair ibn Wahb, may Allah be pleased with him, embraced Islam is inspiring from many angles. Before he became a Muslim, 'Umair, may Allah be pleased with him, was the "Satan of Quraish", a man filled with malevolence and animosity towards Islam and Muslims. But when Islam penetrated the depths of his heart and soul, he transformed,.. More

  • Impact on Character - From Wickedness to Righteousness – I

    The Satan of Quraish Who Became a Caller to Islam 'Umair ibn Wahb Al-Jamhiyy, may Allah be pleased with him, had, before his Islam, joined the ranks of the disbelievers of Quraish in the Battle of Badr. He was then known as the "Satan of Quraish". He was sent to go over to the Muslim camp to estimate the number of the Muslim army and to.. More

  • Mercy on Society - From Anarchy to Complete Discipline - III

    A plain victory or subservience to the Quraish? Having shaved his head and made his sacrifice, the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, returned to Madeenah. While they were journeying back to Madeenah, Allah The Almighty revealed that the truce of Hudaybiyyah was not humiliation but a victory in the verse (which means): {Surely We have given you.. More

  • Mercy on Society - From Anarchy to Complete Discipline - II

    The wisdom and forbearance behind the treaty of Hudaybiyyah: The Quraish sent another envoy called Suhayl ibn 'Amr. When the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, saw him coming, he remarked: "It is clear that they want peace since they have sent this man" and told his Companions to prepare a draft agreement.He called 'Ali ibn Abi Talib,.. More