The Quran is full of wisdom. It is full of the wonder and glory of God, and a testament to His mercy and justice. It is not a history book, a storybook, or a scientific textbook, although it contains all of those genres. The Quran is God’s greatest gift to humanity – it is a book like no other…
There are many incidents in which the Prophet was reproached by God. The logical question here is why would the Prophet make up these verses? Even if someone had instructed him to include these verses, why would he run the risk of damaging his image?
This is great nasheed to teach your kids some of the lessons from Prophet Muhammad (SAW)! It is vocal only.
Refraining from physical cruelty is not enough; abstaining from mental cruelty is equally important. Even a bird’s emotional distress should be treated seriously. One of Prophet Muhammad’s Companions narrates, “We were on a journey and during the Prophet’s absence, we saw a bird with its two chicks;
Short Answer: The real answer to your question lies in what we accept as the real revelation. The Quran and the four chosen Gospels do disagree on some points. Muslims see the Quran as the final revelation of Almighty Allah to mankind, confirming and correcting all that had gone before, and calling mankind to the worship …
By loving Muhammad and by following his well-documented example, we express our desire to be the best that we can be, to achieve intimacy with God through none other than being complete human beings.
Our neighbors are the closest to us in proximity, and thus, they are the closest to our everyday lives. When we are in need, they are nearby. It only makes sense to foster this relationship and to make it a strong one.
An emphatic verse signifying how the Prophet was destined to be the best human being ever to live on Earth. He was on the highest standard of character— the most virtuous, the most patient, the most loving, the most courteous, the most merciful among men…
The practice of eating less to prevent sickness and disease was emphasized by Prophet Muhammad, and now backed heavily by science much later. The Islamic concept ‘1/3 for your food, 1/3 for your liquids, and 1/3 for your breath’ matches very closely to the Japanese ‘hara hachi bu’ concept, which means eat until you are only 80% full.
Khaled ibn Walid returns to the battle field with 200 men. Prophet Muhammad just has 9 men at this stage so they retreat into the mountain of Uhud. At some stage during this retreat Prophet Muhammad is injured.