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Did the Prophet (pbuh) maintain his ties with his uncle?
Despite his enmity, crimes and tyranny against the Prophet (pbuh) and the Muslims are undeniable, but in response, the answer is no because of two reasons:
Allah (SWT) says: “It is not fitting, for the prophet and those who
I have collected data from different sites and as per my knowledge, there were Five such Attempts.
At the beginning of the fifth century (Hijra), the first attempt was made to transfer the bodies of Prophet Mohammad (SAWW) and His two companions from Madina to Egypt. This was ordered by Egyptian Fatami ruler Ba Amrullah. He sent Abu Al-Fatuh ...
According to the majority opinion, Abraham عليه السلام was not in doubt.
The explanation of the hadith is that when some of the people heard the verse (2:260) they misinterpreted it and said that Abraham had doubted Allah's power while they and their prophet did not.
On this the prophet Muhammad ﷺ refuted them by saying that "We have more right to be in ...
Muhammad () is considered a prophet and messenger by Muslims and therefore we (Muslims) honor him by saying:
صلى الله عليه وسلم
Allah's prayers and blessings be upon him (the correct wording may differ a little)
Peace be upon him
some use the abbreviation PBUH -after writing his name, however many scholars say that such things are ...
A state of purity in this context refers to the time when a women is free from menstruation.
The hadith mentions that all these three men were with this woman during the same month of purity. The reason this caused an argument is because menstruation is a sign that someone is not pregnant with any child.
If they had been with the woman in different states of ...
No, of course it is not Maria (RA). She gave birth to the Prophet's son Ibrahim. It is unthinkable to accuse her of adultery.
The hadith mentions that a slave-girl committed adultery, and obviously, the child she had was the child of that adultery, not of the Prophet. The Prophet (SAW) did not only have one slave girl.
No one is a judge on the Day of Judgement except Allah Himself:
There is no one in the heavens and earth but that he comes to the Most Merciful as a servant. (19:93)
Then they His servants are returned to Allah, their true Lord. Unquestionably, His is the judgement, and He is the swiftest of accountants. (6:62)
But Allah will judge between them on the Day ...
The whole qur'an is addressing Muhammad () and through him his ummah.
If the qur'an speaks about 'Isa () it is rather in a historical context or for the purpose of teaching Muhammad () and his ummah and reminding them.
The text of the hadith is as follows:
بعثت بين يدي الساعة بالسيف حتى يعبد الله وحده لا شريك له، وجعل رزقي تحت ظل رمحي، وجعل الذلة والصغار على من خالف أمري، ومن تشبه بقوم فهو منهم
I have been sent ahead of the Hour with the sword so that Allah will be worshipped alone, and my provision has been placed in the shade of my spear, and humiliation has been ...
There are things known as Hadiths which are a collection of things the prophet used to say. The most known Hadiths and ones that are most reliable are found in Sahih Bukhari and the one after would be Sahih Muslim. These are books which contain different hadiths about the prophet.
Another thing that links to these hadiths are the sunnah which are acts of the ...
Yes the prophets can make misstakes but they dont sin and we have multiple encounters where prophets mad mistake. The Nabi Suliman where his wealth and his power made him forget about the akhira (not that he sined but that he got attached to the world). Other story is when a blind man came to the prophet seeking to convert to islam and the prophet pbuh was ...
Muhammad, peace be upon him, was the last messenger and the last prophet of God to humanity, not just the messenger of God. Over the years, prophets have been sent to guide people to the truth, and some of them had miracles, law, and special religion. Prophet Muhammad is the last messenger of God to bring Islam and the Qur'an. That is, there will be no new ...
Imam ad-Dhahbi quoted in his short biography of Fatimah bint Rassuli Allah () فاطمة بنت رسول الله -in Siiyar a'laam an-Nubalaa' سير أعلام النبلاء the following:
In the following I'm translating from Arabic language. As these translations are of my own take them with the necessary care.
وقال ابن عبد البر : دخل بها بعد وقعة أحد . فولدت له الحسن ، والحسين ، ...
No, the Quran says:
محمد ... رسول الله وخاتم النبيين
Muhammad is ... the Messenger of Allah and last of the prophets.
— Quran 33:40
In its tafsir the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ himself clearly stated:
أنا خاتم النبيين لا نبي بعدي
I am the last of the prophets, there is no prophet after me.
— Tirmidhi , Abi Dawud
The same statement that there is no prophet after ...
This verse does not necessarily imply that there were separate prophets for the Jinn.
Ibn Abbas, Mujahid ibn Jabr and others held the opinion that the Messengers here were all human - rather some of them had followers among the Jinn and they sent Jinn disciples to preach among their own kind ... hence these were the messengers of the Messengers of Allah. It ...
Ibn Hebban reported a similar ahadith in his Sahih on the authority of Anas ibn Malik ():
In the following I'll translate from Arabic language as these translation are of my own take them carefully.
7107- أخبرنا أبو عروبة بحران حدثنا المسيب بن واضح حدثنا معتمر بن سليمان عن حميد عن الحسن عن أنس قال: سئل رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم: من أحب الناس إليك؟ قال. &...