Let’s take a look at the life and leadership of the greatest leader in the history of the world, the Prophet from the lens of the 21 Irrefutable Laws. As you’re reading, be sure to contemplate on how we all can follow in the Prophet’s example and live out these laws in our lives.
Short Answer: This video summarizes the answer. Islam is valid for every time and place. If the prophet (peace be upon him) had appointed a successor, this would have limited succession to only one method, which is designation. He therefore left the options open for later generations. _____________________________________ Salam Dear Sara, For your question, let us first start with …
There are many characteristics that make Prophet Muhammad a successful leader and many lessons lay in his leadership that is still relevant for Muslims today. Let us elucidate what makes the Prophet Muhammad an excellent leader and what we can learn from him. A good leader should:
Analyzing the problem and coming up with suitable plans and policies is an essential role that the state is responsible for. In Surat Yususf, Allah recounts the action plan offered by Prophet Yusuf to the governor of Egypt to weather an expected famine.
If you are one of those who are trying to change the world but wonder where to start, probably answering this question is a good idea. Go down deep inside yourself, beyond your university degree, career title, and the 2-3 letters that may exist on your business card (whether you have an MBA, PhD, MD, …
In a time when our young generation has lost their sense of direction and moral compass in life, it is high time that we study the life of the Prophet Muhammad. It is anticipated that by doing this, we will be able to reorient ourselves to that which is healthy and productive for both, our youth, and our world.
A sincere person worships God privately in the same manner he worships publicly. Sometimes, he even worships better when in seclusion so that he does his best to please Allah alone. Are one?
What were these extraordinary qualities of Umar that he became the choice of the Prophet, and the next best person of this Ummah, Abu Bakr? Let us try to study a few of these.
How was it that the Prophet was able to maintain such an influence in such tribulations, and also managed to take the whole of Arabia under his control in such a short span of time? The answer lies in wisdom and tact: the right response at the right time…
If we remember this directionality and goal-oriented thinking in our communities and organizations, we can have better unity. Instead we often can only see the small picture and lose sight of the direction in which we should all be travelling, toward Allah, seeking His pleasure, in worship of Him alone as one community.