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The Sunna of Love

The Sunnah, that is taught at times, seems to overlook amazing instances of passion, valor, fidelity and sacrifice in the name of true love. Instances from the life of the Prophet and his companions builds a comprehensive system of devotion – a Sunnah of Love.

read more 19.08.2013, Monday

Prophetic Medicine

Tibb Al-Nabawi, better known as Prophetic Medicine, is a collection of Prophetic Traditions about health and medicine related advices which Prophet Muhammad imparted to his Companions as well as practiced himself

read more 31.07.2013, Wednesday

The Prophet's Foster Siblings

The Prophet Muhammad (saw) / Social Life / Rahile Kızılkaya

Shayma was older than the Prophet. While living in the same house during her childhood, she spent a lot of her time at his service. She would feed him, embrace him with love and mercy, hold him by the hand and take him for walks.
 

read more 25.07.2013, Thursday

Medicine of the Prophet (Tibb al-Nabawi)

The Prophet Muhammad (saw) / Social Life / Raşit Küçük, PhD

Islam has treated the field of medicine with great care, for it addresses one of the most significant needs of human beings. It is a religious necessity for the umma to train a sufficient number of doctors in order for the rest of the Muslims to be exempt from responsibility.

read more 19.07.2013, Friday

The Importance Prophet Muhammad Attached to Human Relations

The Prophet Muhammad (saw) / Social Life / Salih Karacabey, PhD

When the life of Prophet Muhammad and the hadith (sayings of the Prophet) sources are examined, it is  understood that Prophet Muhammad put great importance on human relations and that he was very sensitive about such issues.

read more 10.07.2013, Wednesday

Attitudes and Behavior of the Prophet towards Non-Muslims

The most obvious facet of Prophet Muhammad’s attitude and behavior towards non-Muslims is the fact that he never compromised his moral virtues. As the Qur'an states, the Prophet always showed “the most beautiful morality” and presented humanity with the most beautiful example of this morality.

read more 26.06.2013, Wednesday

Some of Prophet Muhammad's Principles of Communication

As a prophet, Muhammad's mission and goal was to establish a good dialogue with people and to communicate; he not only used the various means of communication that belonged to his era, he also took into account the psychological peculiarities of the individual and society in order to present the message in the best and most effective way.

read more 24.06.2013, Monday

Prophets Cry Too

Ibrahim, the son of Prophet Muhammad and Maria, died in the tenth year of the Hijrah. He was sixteen months old and under the care of a nurse when he died. Upon hearing what had happened to his son, Prophet Muhammad immediately went to the house of the nurse, where he held Ibrahim in his hands, and tears flowed from his eyes.

read more 18.06.2013, Tuesday

Freedom of Faith in the Practice of Prophet Muhammad

Thought and the freedom of thought also provide freedom of religion and faith, as religion and faith are matters of conscience and no power or compulsion can affect them. The verse, “Let there be no compulsion in religion; Truth stands out clear from error” indicates that compulsion and faith cannot coexist.

read more 17.06.2013, Monday

A Home Based on Love

A foremost characteristic of life in the home of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) was love. Love is the quality most necessary to ensure happiness. When love is present, happiness is assured.

read more 05.07.2011, Tuesday