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Where do the Hui Muslims of...
Visiting a tree where it is believed the boy Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) met the Christian monk Buhira.
With ease and beauty, Untold gives readers a different perspective of Islam and its beginnings - the Prophet's wives...
Islamic scholars have examined the status of the Prophet as a role model and leader not in a sectional framework, but from a unified perspective, and they have reached the conclusion that the best method is to examine the verses of the Holy Quran that determine and demonstrate the status of the Prophet as a whole.
Tradition and stubbornness tied his hands. Five years passed before these ties were broken. The sun rose and set hundreds of times during five years. He slept and awoke hundreds of times. But his hands were always bound.
So we should learn not to count the odds, that Allah is ghalibun ala amri, He is in charge over the entire universe. He is the Author, the Beginning and End of all things.
The Companions, who were the first to receive the Quran when it was revealed in the 7th century, were examples, like the Prophet, both in behavior and practice for those who would come after them due to their sincere affiliation with him.
Eyüp Sultan Türbesi, the historic tomb of Abu Ayyub al-Ansari, one of the Prophet Muhammad's Companions, is set to reopen to the public in September following a year of restoration.
With the Divine command to convey God’s message to the people, Prophet Muhammad now started to invite those around him to the religion of Islam. This invitation continued for up to three years in secret.
The public invitation to Islam started in Makka after the fourth year of Prophethood. The Prophet Muhammad’s first and most important addressees were the Quraysh.