God’s Happiness in a sinner returning to Him – although He is beyond need of any of His creatures – surpasses that felt by a traveler in the wilderness who comes close to dying, having lost all his provisions, and suddenly finds them.
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Have you ever heard the story about the Prophet taking a day off from his leadership responsibilities? Of course you haven’t because it didn’t happen! He worked tirelessly for the sake of humanity. He worked tirelessly for you and me. Every day was a new...
The best example of the tolerance shown by the Prophet to other religions may be the constitution itself, called the “Saheefah” by early historians. When the Prophet migrated to Madinah, his role as a mere religious leader ended; he was now the political leader...
Many people who superficially compare Islam and Christianity have this same idea that Jesus emphasized heaven, love, peace, and forgiveness while Muhammad taught about hell, punishment, waged war and was harsh or even threatening...
Who is Prophet Muhammad? Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) is the man followed by more than 1.2 billion Muslims. He had been sent by God to deliver the message of peace to all humanity...
Prophet Muhammad himself was a refugee, when he, along with the majority of his followers, fled Makkah and sought refuge in Madinah. This is the most important migration in the history of Islam...
Abu Lahab was the uncle of Prophet Muhammad. Lahab means flames and hence they nickname him so because of the radiant look on his face. Together with his wife, Abu Lahab was one of the most hostile opponents of Prophet Muhammad and the ideas he propagated.
The Prophet was indeed the most kind and caring of superior authority figures, unlike any “boss” you will find in the modern world! He never even reprimanded those who worked for his service if they forgot to do something, or did something that he did not like, despite their being young minors/children.
Maimunah bint Al-Harith became one of the wives of Prophet Muhammad seven years after Muslims' emigration. She had already been divorced once, after which she re-married and was later widowed. Many women would have given up on love by then, but Maimunah's story was slightly different.
The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was dedicated to the betterment of his people in all spheres of life. He first and foremost served his people as their teacher. He regularly used everyday instances to give insight, introspection, wisdom, and more.
Umm Habibah was married to Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) through the proxy of the Emperor of Abyssinia. She was the daughter of the chief of Makkah. Her name was Ramlah bint Abi Sufyan. She was born 25 years before the Hijrah.
A noble woman of Jewish lineage, she became a widow and subsequently, a prisoner of war during the Battle of Khaibar. Upon receiving a proposal of marriage from the Prophet Muhammad himself, she converted to Islam and began a new life with him at the age of seventeen.