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Ottoman historian Professor Mehmet İpşirli responded to our questions on the topic of "Ottomans and the love of prophets." Dr. İpşirli shared some interesting historical events relating to the issue along with his own thoughts
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.
“Say: "If you indeed love God, then follow me, so that God will love you…”
The Story of Muhammad is the first animated and interactive book app about the blessed Prophet (peace be upon him). Written by American Muslim children's book author Alexis York Lumbard with classically-inspired miniature paintings by Maram al-Hidmi, the book covers the most essential aspects of the Prophet's life and prophetic mission.
A thriving hub of cultural enrichment, Ottoman İstanbul was renowned for its glorification of the beauty of Islam through art.
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.
Formal prayer has an end, but the prayer of the soul is unlimited. It is the drowning of the soul in universal love. The daily five prayers that Muslims offer were Allah's gift to the Prophet on the night of Ascension.