Muhammad married Khadija in 595 AD, in Arabia; Muhammad was the prophet of Islam. Muhammad refrained polygamy while he was married to Khadija because Khadija was special to him. Khadija was the first to publicly accept Muhammad’s revelations, as the messenger of Allah. Muhammad doubted his revelations at first, but Khadija told him to have faith. Muhammad states” Indeed, Allah did not grant me better than her; She accepted me when people rejected me, she believed in me when people doubted me, she shared her wealth with me when people deprived me, and Allah granted me children with only her.” In conclusion Muhammad and Khadija’s love will never be forgotten.Muhammad married Khadija in 595 AD, in Arabia; Muhammad was the prophet of Islam. Muhammad refrained polygamy while he was married to Khadija because Khadija was special to him. Khadija was the first to publicly accept Muhammad’s revelations, as the messenger of Allah. Muhammad doubted his revelations at first, but Khadija told him to have faith. Muhammad states” Indeed, Allah did not grant me better than her; She accepted me when people rejected me, she believed in me when people doubted me, she shared her wealth with me when people deprived me, and Allah granted me children with only her.” In conclusion Muhammad and Khadija’s love will never be forgotten.Muhammad married Khadija in 595 AD, in Arabia; Muhammad was the prophet of Islam. Muhammad refrained polygamy while he was married to Khadija because Khadija was special to him. Khadija was the first to publicly accept Muhammad’s revelations, as the messenger of Allah. Muhammad doubted his revelations at first, but Khadija told him to have faith. Muhammad states” Indeed, Allah did not grant me better than her; She accepted me when people rejected me, she believed in me when people doubted me, she shared her wealth with me when people deprived me, and Allah granted me children with only her.” In conclusion Muhammad and Khadija’s...
...Khadija Prophet Muhammad Wife (Peace be upon them)
In my religion Islam, many women played important roles for the rising of the religion. Among all of those women the most important and greatest woman is Khadija (peace be upon her) the prophet Mohammed (PBUH) first wife. Khadija had a great impact in the religion and a great impact on the prophet Mohammed life. It is because of her support that the prophet Mohammed was able to face all the difficulties he had at the beginning of the religion. She is one the pioneer of the religion and one of the greatest ladies that the religion had none.
Khadija al-Kubra was the first wife of the Prophet Muhammad. She was the daughter of Khuwaylid ib, son of Asad ibn Abdul Uzza ibn Qusayy. She belonged to the clan Banu and she was a distant cousin of her husband the prophet Muhammad. She was a very generous person and quite a beauty. She used to feed and clothe the poor, assist her relatives financially, and provide for the marriage of those of her family members who could not afford a marriage. It is believed that she was born in 565 A.D and that she died at the age of 58, one year before the Hijra (migration of the Holy Prophet and his followers from Mecca to Medina) in 623 A.D.( Yasin T. al-Jibouri, Khadidja, May 12, 1994,), 2.
Before she was married to the prophet, she was married twice but...
... Muhammad is considered in Islam to be a messenger and prophet sent by God to guide humanity to the right way. He is considered as the last in a series of prophets sent by God. The Quran is believed to have been presented to Muhammad by God. Muhammad is know as the greatest of all prophets to the Muslims, and his religion as the only accepted religion of God. He is seen by Muslims as a possessor of all virtues. The scattered verses of the Prophet had been inscribed not only on date leaves and shreds of leather but on “the hearts of men.”
Muller says, “Now Muhammad had certainly not lived like an angel” referring to how Muhammad had raided one of their caravans in the holy month of pilgrimage. He also says this because in 632 Muhammad confused his followers by dying. In war Muhammad lied to his men promising them that if they were to die in battle that they would marry seventy dark-eyed virgins. Muhammad also had preached gospels that where unholy. I his gospels he encouraged war and had no message of peace. He also had eleven wives making him unholy, but this had to do with the time and place that he lived in. to everyone but strong Muslims Muhammad was a bad person and a mortal. But to the Muslims he was a descendent of God. Yet Muhammad was a great man, superior to his time and place. He not only preached but practiced a...
...Assalamualaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh...
Honoriable ones the juries, the participant of English speech contest, and all audiences.
Before I begin to give a speech, I would like to invite you to thank to Allah the Almighty, Who has given us Mercy and Blessing, so we can meet together in this blessing place. And also I don't forget to deliver sholawat and salam to our prophet Muhammad SAW, Who has brought us from the darkness to the brightness, so we are always in the right way.
Ladies and gentlemen.
Today, in this gold oppurtunity, I would like to give a speech in front of you all about "Drugs"
I am sure you all already know, and may be better than me about what drugs is and what the advantages and disadvantages are. Drugs actually is a medicine for anaesthetize patients in surgery. But that perception was misapplied by some people.
Drugs have been misapplied by some people for a long time. Some people which use drugs beyond the medical treatment consider that drags can make them feel better when they facing some problems and for other reasons such as can make them feel easy to find new brilliant ideas or just for a pleasure.
I am sure you will never forget the newest accident in Tugu Tani, Jakarta, when a drugs user, Apriliani, drived her car with high speed and hit the pedestrians in a halte. It obviously proof that in the effect of drugs, hallucination of the drugs user is biger than other normal people. They cannot make a...
...The Prophet Muhammad
The Prophet Muhammad is the founder of Islam. He is known as the Messenger of God to people of the Islamic faith. Muhammad lived a rough life but he also changed people’s lives. His religion has had an effect on millions of people. There are no pictures of Muhammad’s face; he made a point that the religion was to not be about him, but about Allah.
In 570 C.E in Mecca, Arabia a baby boy, a descendant of Abraham namedMuhammad, whose name means “highly praised”, was born. Muhammad’s father, Abdullah, died before he was born and his mother, Amina died when he was only six years old. After the death of his mom, he became an orphan. He was taken in by a woman named Halmiah, who became his foster mother. In 595 C.E., Muhammad was contacted by one of his wealthy widowed cousins, Khadijah, who needed him to sell some goods for her. Many of Muhammad’s cousins lived in Mecca, so it was not uncommon that Khadijah had contacted him. He was known for being a very good merchant. Muhammad and Khadijah met several times to discuss the selling of goods. Khadijah began to become interested in him on a personal level, even though she was fifteen years older than Muhammad. Khadijah asked Nufaysah (known as the matchmaker) to ask Muhammad if he was interested in marrying Khadijah. Muhammad and Khadijah were soon engaged and married. Polygamy...
...Hazrat Khadija (SA) daughter of Khuylaid and Fatima was born in Mecca in 555 CE and was a pious and worthy lady, who at the time of the pagan regime of the Arabs before Islam, was well-known as "Tahireh" (Pure and Chaste Woman). She was also known as the 'Princess of Makkah' because of her wealth. A lot of Arab nobles and Princes wanted to marry her but she refused all of them.She was well-known as a great and distinguished wealthy lady in the Arabian Peninsula. Her mother and father both died within 10 years of each other. Their wealth was divided amongst the children but it was Hazrat khadija(SA) who took over the family business and expanded it. With the profit she made, she helped the poor, widows, orphans, sick and the disabled people of Makka. She engaged herself in business by the assistance of others, who traded in partnership on her behalf. Therefore, she was looking for a trustworthy and honest man on whom she could rely completely with her capital for business.
When Hazrat Khadija (SA) became interested in Prophet Muhammad (SAW), he was 25-years-old and already quite well-known for his integrity and honesty besides his outstanding quality as an exceptionally trustworthy man. Hence, she made a proposal to him through his uncle Abu Talib. In her proposal she offered him the management of her business.
Hazrat Khadija (SA) was well-aware of the glad tidings of the eminent coming of the Seal...
The Prophet Muhammad is both the final messenger of God and a role-model for the whole of humanity. He was born in Makkah in 571 C.E. in the tribe of Quraish, a highly respected tribe by the Arabs. He was orphaned and at age six and raised by his uncle Abu Talib, who has helped him a great deal by protecting him and taking care of him until he died. He had married a chaste, widowed woman Khadija when she was 45 years old and he was 25 years old. Many people say that he married her for her wealth, but this is highly unlikely since all of his wives were either widowed or divorced and he did not marry another woman until 3 years after her death. When Muhammad reached the age of 40 years, he had a profound experience that changed his life.
Prophet Muhammad used to meditate in the Cave of Hira, where he would seclude himself for days and nights. One night an angel named Gabriel came to him with divine revelation and told him to recite. He said that he could not recite and this happened a second time. On the third time, he asked “Recite What?”, Gabriel replied “Proclaim! Recite! In the name of your Lord and Cherisher, Who created man, out of a leech-like clot: Proclaim! And your Lord Is Most Bountiful, He who taught (the use of) the Pen, Taught man that which he knew not.”. Muhammad was frightened and he went back to his home trembling, as he was leaving he heard...
...Biography of Muhammad
“O Children of Israel! Surely, I am the messenger of Allah to you, verifying that which is before me of the Torah and giving the good news of a Messenger who will come after me whose name will be Ahmed” (Qur'an, 61:6). This was the prophetic announcement of the coming of the Prophet Muhammad by Jesus Christ. Muhammad was able achieve this status as a prominent leader through his ability to unify the Arab nation while in political power and also as a religious leader, led the nation of Islam to the knowledge of the one true God. Muhammad sallallahu ^alayhi wa salam was one of the most prominent leaders in the Islamic nation, not only in a religious aspect but also on a secular one.
The Prophet Muhammad was born on August 29, 570 C.E. at Mecca. His birthplace is now designated as the origin of the Islamic religion. Muhammad spent his childhood in an orphanage after the death of his father (Kikim). On the return from a pilgrimage to Medina, Muhammad’s mother died when he was only six years old. He was then raised by his grandfather Abd al Muttalib. At the age of eight, his grandfather was killed by Muhammad’s own uncle Abu Talib (Kikim). Muhammad had a very turbulent childhood characterized by living in various homes, which made him the person he became in his later years.
During Muhammad’s adolescent years, there were no laws or order in Arabia. The...
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The Ḥadīth: The News of God's Messenger
Next to the Qur’ān itself, the most important Islamic textual material is the Ḥadīth: the body of transmitted actions and sayings of the Prophet and his Companions.
Professor Wilfred C. Smith has made a most perceptive analogy: the Qur’ān is in Islam what Christ is in Christianity, and Muhammad stands in relation to it as the Twelve Apostles to the Logos. The Ḥadīth, the record of how the Revelation occurred, and the Acts of the Apostle, or Messenger, is to Islam then roughly what the New Testament is to Christianity. 1
But here one must understand something which seems at first paradoxical; there are vast numbers of ḥadīths which are admitted by Muslim scholars to be spurious. Even among those accepted by the medieval scholars, there are many which the modernists would reject. No absolute canon of Ḥadīth has ever been established; certain compilers are recognized as more trustworthy than others, and some sects and schools accept ḥadīths not accepted by others. For example, the eponym of the Ḥanbalī law-school, Ahmad ibn Ḥanbal, was a great collector of Ḥadīth, but his standards of criticism were not considered sufficiently rigorous, so his collection has never won full acceptance from the other law-schools.
This situation stems in part from the fact that each
ḥadīth is a separate story handed...