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No, Muhammad ﷺ and Ali were nephews of Hamzah. Abdul-Muttalib was the father of Hamzah and the grandfather of Muhammad ﷺ and Ali. The Prophet was also the foster brother of Hamza through suckling. What Hamza said was due to being intoxicated, and he was not refuted simply because it is futile to reason with a person while they are under influence.


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All the known trustworthy facts actually reject the idea that Muhammad () even had the slightest knowledge about prophethood (and its burden) nor Allah's message before being appointed and even at the moment he was appointed he was in total fear for what he has seen and experienced as the first ahadith in Sahih al-Bukhari (and elsewhere which were narrated ...


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Refer to the following hadith: Sahih Bukhari 3. Even after Angel Jibra'il approached Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) for the first time with the revelation, his response to his beloved wife Khadijah (RA) was "I fear that something may happen to me" to which Khadijah replied, "Never! By Allah, Allah will never disgrace you". The key words are "something" [meaning he ...


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