Facts About Muhammad the Prophet

Islam supports the dignity of work, and Hazrat Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) has worked with others in the construction of the first mosque in Quba and the excavation of the battle ditch of Khandaq. The Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) freed slaves and women from slavery. The slaves placed themselves in an equal balance with their masters and rose to the position of generals and chiefs. Hazrat Bilal was elected the first muezzin of Islam and was named beautifully as Syedna means the leader. Women have been granted the right to divorce and inherit property from their deceased husbands and ancestors.

 

Facts About Muhammad the Prophet

The Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) has been useful in introducing the concept of self-respect, self-confidence, conscious of his prestige and so on. In the book entitled Struggling to Surrender, writer Jeffrey Lang says that there is no doubt that Muhammad (peace be upon him) is the messenger of Allah Almighty. All his life must be accepted as a model. Their actions and behaviors have established a standard of action that can be applied to all human beings. If Muslims want to be successful in all areas of life, they should imitate the teachings and precedents of the Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him).

 

He has provided solutions for all kinds of problems. Its instructions and values can be implemented in all types of conditions and all states of human feelings. The rich can copy their role as a merchant. For the poor, one can imitate their previous internment of Shu’ayb Abi Talib and the Emigrant of Medina. Also, one can learn a lesson in the defeat of discomfort in the Uhud event. We can also learn from Suffah School as a teacher.

 

As a missionary, give your vision to the man who offers directions in Medina; If you are an orphan, do not neglect the daughter of Aminah and Abdullah to Halimah’s loving talk. As a street vendor, take a look at the convoy favorite on the way to Basra; as a magistrate or mediator, for the Prophet entering the Kaaba before dawn and connecting the Hajr-i-Aswad. If you are married, take an example of the behavior of Khadijah and Aisha’s husband; If you are a father, experience the profile of a loving and loving man known to biological girls.

 

Every time someone arrived, he quickly motivated him to give him a chair. He was quick to smile and greet the person, and was never punitive or aggressive, and rarely upset. He had great admiration, as opposed to conflict or excessive luxury. He always designs for the seniority contest. In short, whoever you are, you will discover a shining example in the life of the Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him). Everything that Muslims need to know about him is voluntarily available. There was never a spell period, however small, that he had left behind in the eyes of his friends.

 

Muhammad had few disciples at the beginning and was ridiculed by the Meccans, who were mainly pagans. Muhammad left Mecca for the city of Medina, where he established his religious base and gained more followers. Ultimately, Muhammad conquered all the Arab tribes and united them under Islam. He defeated the city of Mecca, his birthplace, and destroyed the pagan gods and established Islam as the only religion of Arabia.

 

According to Islam, the angel Gabriel sent revelations to Muhammad. It was these revelations that were finally collected and gathered in a book known as the Koran. These revelations came sporadically throughout the prophetic life of Muhammad. The Qur’an, however, is not in chronological order. However, the editors of the Qur’an have decided to put the chapters in order of their size, from the longest chapter to the smallest chapter.