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  • Muhammad - 546 Words  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... 546 Words | 2 Pages
  • Muhammad - 1066 Words 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.... 1,066 Words | 4 Pages
  • Prophet Muhammad - 406 Words Prophet Muhammad is the founder of the Islamic faith, and also the messenger of God. He is also known as the greatest prophet. Prophet Muhammad was born in 570 AD in the city of Mecca in Arabia. He was born into a noble Quraish tribe, but at a young age, he became an orphan, and was raised by his uncle. At around 595 AD, a wealthy widow asked Muhammad to be the manager of her trading supplies to Syria. After Muhammad completed the task, she offered him marriage. Even though she was 15 years... 406 Words | 2 Pages
  • Prophet Muhammad - 499 Words Prophet Muhammad was a religious, political, and military leader[2][3][4] from Mecca who unified Arabia into a single religious polity under Islam. He is believed by Muslims and Baha'is to be a messenger and prophet of God. Muhammad is almost universally considered by Muslims as the last prophet sent by God for mankind.[5][n 1] Non-Muslims regard Muhammad as the founder of Islam.[6] Muslims consider him to be the restorer of an unaltered original monotheistic faith of Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses,... 499 Words | 2 Pages
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  • The Prophet Muhammad - 668 Words The Prophet Muhammad 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... 668 Words | 2 Pages
  • Prophet Muhammad - 343 Words Islam, which is today, one of the greatest religions of the world had its origin in Arabia in the seventh century. The doctrines of this faith were first proclaimed by Proclaimed by Prophet Muhammad under whose banner the scattered tribes of Arabia became a nation. Prophet Muhammad was born in A.D. 570 at Mecca in Arabia. From the beginning, Muhammad was absorbed in religion. He would often withdraw and spend days and night at a cave near Mt. Hira close to Mecca. Here he meditated and prayed.... 343 Words | 1 Page
  • Prophet Muhammad - 580 Words Prophet Muhammad He is believed to be the last prophet sent to mankind by God. Some believe Him to be the genesis of the Islamic faith. But we best know Him as the messenger and prophet of God. Prophet Muhammad whose full name is Abu al-Qasim Muhammad ibn `Abd Allah ibn `Abd al-Mittalib ibn Hashim was born in the town of Mecca in the year 570. His name is derived from the Arabic word ‘Hamada’ which simply means ‘to glorify’ or ‘to praise.’ Being the first and only child to Abd Allah bin... 580 Words | 2 Pages
  • The Prophet Muhammad - 2013 Words 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 named Muhammad, whose name means “highly praised”, was born.... 2,013 Words | 6 Pages
  • Muhammad and Generosity - 331 Words Generosity Behavior is the most important thing in generosity. It is the habit of giving without expecting anything in return. It can involve offering time, assets or talents to aid someone in need. Often equated with charity as a virtue, generosity is widely accepted in society as a desirable trait. It is important that how you deal with other people. Ibn `Abbas said that he heard Prophet Muhammad say, “The believer is not the one who eats when his neighbor beside him is hungry,”... 331 Words | 1 Page
  • Muhammad and Khadija - 780 Words Muhammad and Khadija 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... 780 Words | 2 Pages
  • Life of Muhammad - 1295 Words 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... 1,295 Words | 3 Pages
  • Prophet Muhammad - 613 Words Most Historical Person in Human History | | Muhammad Ibn `Abd Allāh Ibn `Abd al-Muttalib was the founder of the religion Islam. Muslims believe that he is the messenger of Islam and that he is the last prophet of God, Allah. Prophet Muhammad is to be the last of many prophets before him, according to the Quran, the holy book of Islam. Prophet Muhammad guided people in every aspect of their lives. The Hadiths, Sunnahs, and political leadership that Prophet Muhammad had, make him the... 613 Words | 2 Pages
  • Muhammad As Leader - 27983 Words Islam EDITED BY John Alden Williams GEORGE BRAZILLER NEW YORK 1962 [c. 1961, not renewed] CHAPTER TWO 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... 27,983 Words | 70 Pages
  • Jesus and Muhammad - 1350 Words Jesus and Muhammad Throughout history many religions have originated. Some of them are philosophical and others are more spiritual. Tales have been told and scriptures have been written. Religion has been connected to great men all through history. Of all the written accounts, two men seem to stand out more than any others. They are Jesus and Muhammad. They were both influential spiritual leaders. Jesus is associated with the Christian religion while Muhammad is of the Islamic faith. The two... 1,350 Words | 4 Pages
  • Muhammads Rise - 613 Words Muhammad's Rise Muhammad originates from the Arabian Peninsula, which at his time was a barren wasteland. Scorching heat and frigid cold left the area with little vegetation and scarce inhabitation. This description is to help paint the picture for the, “harsh circumstances into which the religion was born” (Explore Islam, 2014). Muhammad was just six years old when he lost his widowed mother. He was raised as a camel herder, by his uncle, and would continue this social position until age... 613 Words | 2 Pages
  • Jesus and Muhammad: (the Comparative Character). Mustapha J. Gidado A00014728 Pavel Ushakov PHI_201 Research Paper JESUS AND MUHAMMAD: (The comparative character). In the history of world, religion has always played a vital role in the lives of humans. Even in the olden ages, people used to worship idols and refer them as their gods. Religion has been a factor of the way through which people live, interact and perform so many activities. It is the key through which one grows and achieves his or her moral values depending on the type of... 1,931 Words | 5 Pages
  • Muhammad (Pbh) in the Bible MUHAMMAD IN THE BIBLE I The idea that the Bible contains prophecies about the coming of Muhammad (peace be upon him), may surprise many people. It isn’t di cult to understand why, since the general perception people have of Muhammad (pbuh) is that of a man with no connection to Biblical Prophets or prophecies. However, taking a closer look at Muhammad’s (pbuh) life, it becomes clear that he upheld the basic tenets that the Biblical Prophets came with, and led millions to do the same.... 2,191 Words | 8 Pages
  • Islam and the Prophet Muhammad - 1472 Words Feb 25, 2013 Anth 360.01 Islam and the Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him The documentary about the Islamic religion and its founding prophet Muhammad peace be upon him was very interesting to me because, I come from a dominant Muslim country know as Iran and I have never really knew how, from where and by who the Islamic religion started. This movie sums it up in about an hour. The azan is the sound called five times a day everyday across the world. Nearly a quarter of the people on... 1,472 Words | 4 Pages
  • Khadija the Prophet Muhammad Wife 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... 941 Words | 3 Pages
  • Blasphemous Movie on Prophet Muhammad Impact of blasphemous movie “innocence of Muslims” on the Muslims countries; Analysis of such stereotypical representations by western media. Abstract: Media is held responsible for the distorted and caricature image of Muslims and their most holy figure prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) in the West. The movie “innocence of Muslims” is the most recent stereotype demonstration of them. People’s thinking on a matter, which they don’t have much knowledge about, is largely formed by what... 3,083 Words | 9 Pages
  • The Life of Muhammad and the Spread of Islam In 570 AD a man to be by the Islamic people as the last prophet was born into the world; his name was Muhammad. Muhammad was born into a poor family in Mecca, but spent most of his childhood being raised by Bedouin relatives in a different town after he was orphaned at the age of six. His uncle Abu Talib brought him under his wing and taught him to be a successful merchant. When Muhammad was about twenty years old he moved into Mecca and began trading for widow named Khadijah. Through the... 847 Words | 3 Pages
  • Notes on the Life of Prophet Muhammad I. A Prophet and His World A. Muhammad and His Message 1. The Arabian peninsula a. Nomadic Bedouin lived in the desert-covered peninsula for millennia 1. Kept herds of sheep, goats, and camels 2. Organized in family and clan groups 3. Importance of kinship and loyalty to the clan b. Post-classical Arabia, active in long-distance trade c. An important link between India/China and Persia/Byzantium 2. Muhammad's early life a. Muhammad ibn Abdullah born in a Mecca merchant... 1,429 Words | 6 Pages
  • Whap: Muhammad and Muslim Societies WHAP DBQ Rough Draft The roles played by metropolises in the Islamic civilizations were huge. In the Post-Classical Age, the Muslim societies had roles such as the expansion and prosperity of their empire, the standardized and organized form of government they brought, and finally, the spread of their culture through trading and invasions throughout the Post-Classical world. Firstly, the expansion of the Islamic empire kept growing and its prosperity was never lacking. Marco Polo,... 565 Words | 2 Pages
  • Why Is Muhammad Important to Muslims? Why is Muhammad important to Muslims? Muslims believe that Muhammad is the Last Prophet and Allah’s Messenger as he brought the Qur’an (Muslim’s holy book) to the people. They also believe the Qur’an is made entirely of Allah’s word to them and that when he gave Muhammad the Qur’an’s word, Allah told him all the words which he committed to memory and had to scribes to write it down for him later as he could not read or write. This is why Muslims say that Muhammad could not have copied the... 614 Words | 2 Pages
  • Muhammad: The Prophet of Islam Life in MAKKAH Ancestors: The holy prophet was a direct descendant of hazrat ismail. Quraish was the descendant of hazrat ismail and quraish’s descendant, qussai had the custody to hold the key of kaaba. Hashim who was qussai’s grandson who was very famous at that time and was the most rich among qussai’s descendants. He traded with foreign countries. Abdul muttalib was very prominent among the quraish because of 3 things: the restoration of the fountain of zam zam; the dialougue with... 410 Words | 1 Page
  • Muhammad and Good Health - 3659 Words BOOK -A FAITHFUL FRIEND I have several kinds of books in my book shelve. Some are old some are new. Some are very colorful and some include plain text. Some are small and some big. But all of them are equally important for me. I care for them and they care for me. I do not let dust settle on them and I keep reading them over and over again. I am never bored of a book. So are books to me. Books are always ready to fascinate me. Books are my best friend because they do not have mood swings. I... 3,659 Words | 10 Pages
  • Muhammad Al Fateh - 10206 Words THINKING FROM THE QUR’ANIC PERSPECTIVE ABSTRACT The Qur’an is the main reference and source of knowledge for Muslims. It is logically follows that understanding the concept of thinking should also be referred to the Qur’an. Even though the word intellect is mentioned 49 times in the Qur’an and there are hundreds of verses that urge Muslims to think, but the theory of thinking from the Qur’anic perspective is not extensively explored to guide Muslim educators and curriculum designers and... 10,206 Words | 30 Pages
  • Names: Muhammad and Means - 8903 Words Female Muslim Names with meaning Female Names A to Z A'idah - means Guest, the one who's returning. A'ishah - means Wife of the Prophet (SAW). A'shadieeyah - means Princess, cute, perfect. Aa'idah - means Name of a narrator of hadith. Aabidah - means Worshipper. Aabirah - means Fleeting, transitory, ephemeral. Aabish - means Daughter of Sa'd who was a queen of Iran (AN). Aadila - means Just, Honest, Equal, Upright. Aaeedah - means Visiting, Returning, Reward. Aaeesha -... 8,903 Words | 50 Pages
  • Muhammad: A Prophet for Our Time Jianyang Zhang History 2351 5/11/2014 Karen Armstrong, Muhammad: A Prophet for Our Time (San Francisco: Harper, 1992) Pp.240 The author of the book Muhammad: A Prophet of Our Time, Karen Armstrong, born on 14 November 1944 is a well-known British author and commentator for her books on comparative religion. She is a provocative, original thinker on the role of religion in the contemporary world. Being a religious thinker, she has written more than 20 books on faith and the major... 1,223 Words | 6 Pages
  • Jesus and Muhammad Paper - 1275 Words Jesus & Mohammad Paper Travis Davis Course HUM 130 Professor Ferris 01/20/2008 There are hundreds of thousands of religions all over the world. Some of them we know about and some of them we don’t. Usually, one thing that most religions have in common is a founder or the head figure of the religion that any particular religion revolves around. This one person is the teacher and everyone else is the follower. Two major religions that are still extremely active in today’s world are... 1,275 Words | 4 Pages
  • Jesus and Muhammad Paper - 1380 Words Jesus Christ and Muhammad are the Gods looked upon by all Christians and Muslims as their religious leader. Each religions thoughts and ideas are similar with certain variances. Do Christians and Muslims look upon the same God but use a different name? Jesus Christ Jesus Christ is known as the Son Of God, his life story is told in the four Gospels written by Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. All around the world the birth of Jesus Christ is celebrated on December 25 although in the gospels the... 1,380 Words | 4 Pages
  • Muhammad(Saw)'s Life Hazrat Muhammad (saw) today’s Prophet myself to Abdi lail bin Abd Kulal and offered him Islam, but he failed to make any responce to what I had offered to him. I therefore, left with a heavy heart and depressed. I felt some relieft only when I reached Qarn Sa'alib. Here I looked up and saw a cloud covering Assalam-o-Alaikum! When we talk about the historical personalities, Hazrat Mohammad PBUH is the greatest person among all. Prophet Mohammad PBUH is the last and perfect Prophet of... 2,229 Words | 6 Pages
  • The Life of Jesus and Muhammad - 1328 Words Jesus and Muhammad are both known as religious leaders who founded the largest religions in the world. Both men have affected humanity and laid down many principles to live by. Although they had the same "call of duty", they were definitely two different types of people. Jesus is said to be the Son of God, while Muhammad is a Messenger of God. Both Jesus and Muhammad are known for their methods in establishing and strengthening each respective religion. This paper will compare and contrast the... 1,328 Words | 4 Pages
  • Leadership principles of Prophet Muhammad Effective Leadership principles of Prophet Muhammad (s) Author: Muhammad W. Khan It is a well-known fact that the Prophet of Islam (saw) was the supremely successful man in the entire human history. But he was not just a hero, as Thomas Carlyle has called him. According to the Qur’an, he was the best example for all mankind. He has shown us the way of achieving supreme success in this world. By studying the life of the Prophet (saw), we can derive those important principles which were... 920 Words | 3 Pages
  • The Holy Prophet Muhammad (Teaching) FOREWORD God sent his messengers for guidance, and to create love and brotherhood among the people but unfortunately the history of religion is full of bigotry and hatred. The messengers were always the victims of violence. From Adam to this time, all the prophets without any exception, passed through the same channel of hatred and persecution. How nicely the Holy Quran has described this fact in the following verse: Alas for my servants! There comes not a Messenger to them but they mock at... 22,159 Words | 49 Pages
  • Biography of Muhammad PBUH - 695 Words Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH). Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) was the son of Abdullah. He (PBUH) belonged to Quraish tribe. He (PBUH) was born in Makkah. His (PBUH) father died before he (PBUH) was born. First he (PBUH) was nourished by his (PBUH) grandfather. But after the death of his (PBUH) grandfather, he (PBUH) was looked after by his (PBUH) uncle, Abu Talib. His (PBUH) uncle kept him with his (PBUH) merchant caravan. He (PBUH) had been working as an agent in the business of Hazrat Khadija R. A. Later... 695 Words | 2 Pages
  • Muhammad Practice Answers - 388 Words 'The night journey' was a miraculous journey that Muhammad had with the arch Angel Jibril in which he was taught the ritual of the five daily prayers. The angel Jibril took Muhammad through the air from Mecca to Jerusalem and then from 'the Dome of the Rock mosque' he made the ascension into heaven and to God. The Ka’ba is a central shrine of Gods and housed 360 idols of tribal patron Gods. It was also the site of great annual pilgrimage and fair and is therefore very significant for Muslims.... 388 Words | 1 Page
  • A Concise Biography of the Prophet Muhammad A Concise Biography of the Prophet Muhammad In an epoch of widespread cultural dilapidation and ruin, there arose from the sandy wastes of Arabia a community of men and women who bore the banner of a nascent religion that would go on to inspire an efflorescence in the very fields which are the peak expressions of civilization, amongst which are to be numbered mathematics, science, philosophy and literature. As the Well of Zamzam gushes forth from below the barren landscape upon which Mecca... 2,227 Words | 6 Pages
  • Muhammad- the Prophet of Islam Development of Modern Middle East Research Paper Executive Summary The purpose of this paper is to give a synopsis of the life history and work of Muhammad, son of Abdullah, the prophet of Islam. It will also seek to address the persecutions he underwent at the hands of his own clan. Muhammad was and remains one of the most influential people the world has ever seen. He was a mortal, illiterate man who has changed world history and left an indelible mark on the history books. He... 4,385 Words | 11 Pages
  • Hum 130 Jesus and Muhammad Paper JESUS AND MUHAMMAD Axia College Jesus and Muhammad, ever since they walked this earth people have flocked and worshiped these men. But why, what makes them important and why are they still the most influential people on earth. Christianity alone makes up for 2 billion people world-wide while Islam commands over 1 billion worldwide. Followers of both reach to all parts large and small on the planet and from all areas the views differ in the way they worship the leaders. Both have one God... 1,331 Words | 4 Pages
  • The Prophet Muhammad: A Mercy for all Creation My personal description I am an extremely thoughful person and pretty loyal too. I´m intelligent and talkative but I am prudent. Sometimes I am impatient. I am honest and a little disorganized with my stuff. I am not stingy at all, I am sensible an generous. I am really responsable, fairly radical and extremely logical. I am simple and practical, I am too a person very presentable. I am a passionate and obstinate person. My strengs are a lot. For example, for me it´s easy to talk in... 3,194 Words | 9 Pages
  • Leadership Strategy of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) Date: 21-September-2013 Leadership & Management Question 1A) Choose are leader you are interested in and analyse why you consider him/her to be a leader? Describe his or her key strengths and weaknesses as a leader. What makes you consider that person as an effective leader? Justify your answers in relation to the theories & practices we have examined in the course. Leadership is a crucial important topic that is deeply studied over time till today because it has a major effect in... 2,413 Words | 8 Pages
  • Muhammad Al-Fateh Is the Conqueror of Constantinople Muhammad Al-Fateh is the Conqueror of Constantinople So how to become perfectionists: 1- By having a goal in life. 2- A strong willpower. 3- Patience. 4- Knowledge and expertise, or seeking the assistance of the experts. These, if you noticed, are the same elements of positiveness. If you find these 4 elements in you, perfection will come automatically. I will relate to you the story of a person who had all those elements, and the result was an excellent and astounding work!... 1,550 Words | 5 Pages
  • Why Is Muhammad (Pbuh) Important to Muslims? Why is Muhammad (pbuh) important to Muslims? Muhammad (pbuh) is extremely important to Muslims all around the world, and a sacred symbol for the Islamic religion. Pbuh stands for ‘peace be upon him’. This abbreviation is added along with his name all around the world as a sign of respect for him. Not only that, but Muslims do this to give peace upon him. Muhammad was not able to read or write so his was known as an ‘illiterate’ when he was born, and until he died. Because of this, when... 2,365 Words | 6 Pages
  • Democracy: Muhammad and Actual Democratic States The actual democratic states are the one which are also the welfare states. The states like Norway, Denmark and Finland are the welfare states. The people select the people who are going to lead the country and the people then work hard for the betterment of the people who select them. They work for the welfare of the people and take the leadership as a pure responsibility towards the state and towards the people as well. This article started a new debate in the corners of the... 518 Words | 2 Pages
  • Diplomacy Of Prophet Muhammad Concept P Diplomacy of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) A model for peace building in 21st century By Muhammad Amir Submitted to Dr Ejaz Hussain 1 Table of Content Table of Content ………………………………………………………………2 Introduction…………………………………………………………………….3 Core Question…………………………………...…………………………….3 Hypothesis……………………………..………………………………………3 Methodology……………………………………..…………………………….3 Literature Review……………………..……………………………………….4 Theoretical Consideration ……………………………………………………5 Diplomacy of Prophet Muhammad ………….………………………………6... 1,394 Words | 6 Pages
  • Life in Madinah of Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H)  Life in Madinah of Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) Masjid-e- Nabwi The first significant event after the migration of Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) was the construction of the mosque of the Prophet. It not only acted as a spiritual centre for worship, but also the political and military headquarters for the new state. It soon developed into an institute of learning where discussions and seminars were held. A social institution where Muslims learnt and practiced discipline, unity and... 549 Words | 2 Pages
  • Muhammad, a Biography of Prophet by: Karen Armstrong A short history about the world's fastest growing religion and of the man, who seeded the plant of Islam himself, Muhammad (saw). Armstrong writes this book in a humanist style and introduces the reader to the cultural and historical background of the life of Mohammed and the revelation of the Quran. She first starts with the West's long history of hostility toward Islam, which has often led to the stigma of “a religion of the sword." She contradicts this ideology, by this sympathetic,... 986 Words | 3 Pages
  • The Prophet Muhammad Leadership Styles Essay Muhammad is one of the most influential men in history as he has millions of followers due to his characteristics. Leadership has been defined in many ways but it is mostly agreed that “leadership is about influencing others towards a common goal.” According to Michael Hart (1978) book ‘The 100: He listed Muhammad (peace be upon him-PBUH) as the most influential individual in the history because he “was the only man in history who was supremely successful on both the religious and secular... 1,272 Words | 3 Pages
  • Prophet Muhammad as Role Model for Religious Teachers ENGLISH ESSAY: PROPHET MUHAMMAD (PBUH) AS A ROLE MODEL FOR RELIGIOUS TEACHERS Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is the example par excellence for his ummah, especially for religious teachers with his good example and noble personality. His behavior in all cases is the behavior that is not contrary with the Qur'an, in fact his behavior reflects the contents of the Qur'an such as his patient, sincere and forgiving character. In education, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) has provided many lessons... 294 Words | 1 Page
  • Why can't we make pictures of Muhammad Why Muhammad cannot be drawn? Islam has a strict mindset that Allah and Muhammad cannot be drawn and there was an event last year where the whole Saudi Arabia protested against ‘youtube’ for allowing the video of Muhammad to be uploaded. They argue that they have specific reason for these believe. First of all, Muslims do not draw their prophet out of respect. This is because no matter how artistic a person could be, they would not be able to draw exactly like Muhammad himself as we have... 367 Words | 1 Page
  • What Was the Importance of Muhammad for the Success of the Arab Conquests? When considering the question of the Prophet’s success in the Arab Conquests there are various factors that must be taken into consideration. These factors shape the success, give reason for the rapidity of the spread and illustrate why Arabia was so responsive to his message. Factors such as the state of Arabia and its pagan tribes, recent historic events and the dissatisfaction of the peoples, shape this drastic and historic change in the area. Arabia was in a constant state of war due mainly... 1,457 Words | 4 Pages
  • Life of the Prophet Muhammadlife of the Prophet Muhammad Response Paper History of Civilizations I – Response Paper: Life of Muhammad The persuasion of the prophet Muhammad was to make sure that everyone believes in the goodness and oneness of Allah, to show everything comes to you from Allah and his gift and point in peoples’ actions. His persuasion was not only existing for people around him; but also; the persuasion was existing for those who believed in the Old or the New Testament who were also in the search of the truth of the God’s covenant. Water was... 325 Words | 1 Page
  • A Critical Analysis of Polygamy in Islam, and Muhammad Regarding the Same. A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF POLYGAMY IN ISLAM, AND MUHAMMAD REGARDING THE SAME. ARGUMENTS POSED IN DEFENSE OF ISLAM: Polygamy means a system of marriage whereby one person has more than one spouse. Polygamy can be of two types. One is polygyny where a man marries more than one woman, and the other is polyandry, where a woman marries more than one man. In Islam, limited polygyny (up till four wives) is permitted; whereas polyandry is completely prohibited. RESPONSE: I agree with your... 8,861 Words | 24 Pages
  • How the Holy Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.W) Looked Like The Holy Prophet Muhammad’s (saw) Kindness to Children [pic] And we have sent thee not but as a mercy for all peoples (Chapter 21, verse 108) The Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw), had many extraordinary characteristics, one being Rah-mit-ul-ala-meen, or, merciful to the peoples. The Holy Prophet (saw) showed mercy and kindness to all people. Today I am only going to discuss his kindness towards the children, through three different perspectives: as a messenger, as a person, and as a... 401 Words | 2 Pages
  • Continuity of Prophethood after Prophet Muhammad SAW Continuity of Prophethood Proofs from Holy Quran, Hadiths and list of Islamic Scholars of the Past 1) Chapter 1: Al-Fatihah Verse: 6, 7 ِ ِْ ۙ‫]6:1[ اِﻫﺪﻧَﺎ اﻟﺼﺮاط اﳌُﺴﺘَﻘِﻴْﻢ‬ َ ْ ْ َ َ ّ ِ َ َ ِ ‫]7:1[ ﺻﺮاط اﻟَّﺬﻳْﻦ اَﻧْﻌَﻤﺖ ﻋَﻠَﻴْﻬﻢ ۙ ﻏَﲑ اﳌَﻐْﻀﻮب ﻋَﻠَﻴْﻬﻢ وﻻ اﻟﻀﺂﻟ ِ ّﲔ‬ َ ْ َّ َ َ ْ ِ ِ ْ ُ ْ ِ ْ ْ ِ َ ْ َ [1:6] Guide us in the right path [1:7] The path of those on whom Thou hast bestowed Thy blessings, those who have not incurred Thy displeasure, and those who have not... 2,207 Words | 28 Pages
  • The Qur’an Is the Word of God as It Was Given to Muhammad. The Qur’an is the word of God as it was given to Muhammad. Critically assess this statement. The Qur’an is considered the word of God by Muslims. The Islamic faith believes that the stories within the book were sent to the lowest of the seventh heavens by Allah, during the time of Ramadan, and revealed to the Prophet Muhammad over a period of time in instalments. A question that is often asked regarding the Qur’an is if its contents are recorded as they were once delivered to Muhammad or... 2,276 Words | 5 Pages
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