Monthly Archives: June 2010

Marriages of the Prophet (Sal-lal-lahu-alaihi-wa-sallam)

The marital life of the Prophet (sws) has generally been misinterpreted by the critics of Islam. In this regard, unfortunately, the real stance of the Quran has often been misconceived even by some Muslim scholars. In the following paragraphs, we … Continue reading

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The Prophet and Living the Qur’an

By Prof. Shahul Hameed The basic pillar of the Islamic creed — namely, Shahadah or testimony of faith — is as follows: There is no god but Allah; Muhammad is His servant and Messenger. The first part of the Shahadah expresses the transcendent Oneness … Continue reading

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The Prophet’s Mercy towards the Elderly

By Muhammad Mus’ad Yaqut In the lastyears,the world has witnessed a remarkable interest in the elderly. Many international conferences and symposiumswere heldto deal with the issues and problems they encounter. In 1982, the first initiative to care for the elderlywas … Continue reading

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Prophet Muhammad and the Qur’an

By Dr. Gary Miller If one assumes that the Qur’an is the product of a man’s mind, then one would expect it to reflect some of what was going on in the mind of the man who “composed” it. In … Continue reading

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The Book of the Virtues of Madinah

Translation of Sahih Bukhari, Book 30: Volume 3, Book 30, Number 91: Narrated Anas: The Prophet said, “Medina is a sanctuary from that place to that. Its trees should not be cut and no heresy should be innovated nor any … Continue reading

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Maymunah رضي الله عنها : A Blessed Woman

By Adil Salahi In the sixth year after Hijrah, Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) concluded the Treaty of Al-Hudaybiyah with the pagans of Makkah, who were still determinedly opposing Islam. The treaty stipulated that the Prophet and … Continue reading

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Juwayriyyah رضي الله عنها: A Woman Bringing Grace to Her People

 By Adil Salahi Whenever Juwayriyyah (may Allah be pleased with her) is mentioned as one of Prophet Muhammad’s wives, the blessings she brought to her own people are often highlighted. It is universally agreed by Muslim historians that no woman … Continue reading

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Enter the Heart of Muhammad صلّى الله عليه وسّلم

We often wish we could enter the hearts of our loved ones and see them from the inside, so we could truly know them. That wish hardly ever gets fulfilled and when it does, in rare moments, the glimpses are … Continue reading

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Basic Characteristics of Prophetic Medicine

By Prof Dr Omar Hasan Kasule Sr  Definition Tibb Nabawi refers to words and actions of the Prophet with a bearing on disease, treatment of disease, and care of patients. Thus also included are words of the prophet on medical … Continue reading

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If Muhammad were to live in Europe; Establish a Strategy

By Ahmad Saad I’ve been thinking lately: What if Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was alive today and he happened to live here in Europe? Many questions follow this idea: Would he be acting like some Muslims and isolating … Continue reading

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The Prophet’s Rights

Rights of the Prophet Muhammad (Sal-lal-lahu-alaihi-wa-sallam) are the most important, after the rights of Allah. There is no human who has more rights than the Prophet. Allah said, what translated means: “Verily, We have sent you (O Muhammad) as a … Continue reading

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