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Text Preview EXAM NOTES – ISLAMIAT – THE LIFE OF THE HOLY PROPHET (PBUH) !

Sent by Allah as His last messenger,
Brought the Quran .
He is a model of how people could live by its teachings.
He struggled against persecutions and difficulties.
Early years in Makka
Born in Makka in CE 570.
Most important tribe of thetime was theQuraysh of Makka.
Makkans worshipped dods and godesses.
Themain CE ntre of worship was theKabah.
Hazrat Muhammad (pbuh)s motHer was Amina and fatHer was Abdullah. Thetribe He was born to was theQuraysh tribe.
His fatHer died before His birth and motHer died when He was 7. He was an orphan from a very young age.
Hazrat Muhammad (pbuh) was nursed and cared by a Bedouin woman, Halima. After themotHers death, His grandfatHer looked after him, tHen His uncle Abu Talib. Abu Talib was a merchant so Hazrat Muhammad (pbuh) travelled with him. At theage of 12 Hazrat Muhammad (pbuh) was questioned by a christian monk, Bahira who claimed that Hazrat Muhammad (pbuh) is theProphet (pbuh) of Allah. During His youth He was a shepherd in theArabian Desert like theotHer Prophet (pbuh) s, Hazrat Ibrahim and Hazrat Musa. He was extremely honest and fair in His dealings.

His honesty resulted in giving him thetitle of Al-sadiq (thetruthful) and Al-Amin(thetrustworthy) Marriage.
25 years old.
Hazrat khadija 40 years old, 15 years older than him.
Hazrat Khadija Herself sent a proposal for marriage after recieving a complimentary account of thejourney she had send him for Her buisness and was very impressed by it. He accepted theproposal and got married in CE 595.

They had two sons and four daughters.
In His younger days the Kabah was being repraired. The Hajr-al-Aswad, the Black Stone needed to be replace d in one of thewalls. There was a argument amongst theMakkans on who should the Black Stone. It was decided that whoever enters the Kabah first will decide. TheProphet (pbuh) was theone who entered first so He decided that theMakkans could lift thestone in a cloth and He himself would place it into the wall. THis argument was settled fairly showing great wisdom. Prophethood

As He grew older, He started meditating in the cave of hira. After one retreat, He returned to His wife and told Her that He recieved astrange visio of an angel. Theangel told him to recite. It was thefirst revelation. Hazrat Muhammad (pbuh) was very disturbed by tHis experience so hazrat khadija took him to Her cousin Waraqa who identified theangel as Hazrat Jibrael. Throughout therevelations, theProphet (pbuh) was commanded to call thepeople of Makka to worship one Allah and accept Hazrat Muhammad as His messenger and their Prophet (pbuh) .

Thefirst to become muslims were:
Hazrat Khadija;
Hazrat Ali;
Zayd;
Hazrat Abu Bakr.
Both men and women accepted Islam and worshipped One Allah.
Quraysh were angry at theopen preaching of Islam.
They though their religion was being attacked, the Prophet (pbuh) was claiming leadership over tHem and that their wealth would also disappear with the collapse of their religion. Many men and women (muslims) suffered torture by theMakkans. TheProphet (pbuh) suffered many insults too.

One of theProphet (pbuh) s uncle, Hazrat Hamza (2yrs elder than him) accepted Islam. He was well known and was later known as the‘Lion of Allah’ for His bravery, Makkans were fearful of him. Hazrat Muhammad (pbuh) attracted more and more followers.

Quraysh tried to refuse theProphet (pbuh) but failed in themission od doing so, bcuz He did as commanded by Allah. Quraysh realized that they could not tempt theProphet (pbuh) away from His mission in any way so they decided to increase thepersecution opf His weaker followers. According to theProphet (pbuh) s will tHese weaker followers were about to emigrate to Abyssinia to seek protection. TheQuraysh requested theking of Abyssinia, Negus to return tHem. Negus 1st called tHem (muslims) before him.

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