He was inspired to preach what he had learned and over time, he gained much support as well as opposition. To Muslims, The Koran is their guide to life and living. It is the primary source for Islamic law. It clearly outlines what is right and wrong and makes recommendations for how to live a good, moral and ethical life. Love, community and responsibility are three very prevalent themes throughout the entire Koran.
From these aspects of faith one can seek justice and morality through God, the one who wills and acts justly. Spiritual morality and justice are filtered from God and should not be questioned. We should take what he gives us and use it responsibly. Doing what is right and just in the eyes of the lord will draw one closer to the almighty. Closeness to the Creator is the ultimate of all Muslims and with understanding and education all will see that this is the goal of all the Abraham faiths.
He had the kunya `Al Amin' meaning trustworthy, which would allow the people of Mecca to be aware that he was not making this up helping him convince them that Islam was the monotheistic religion they were waiting for. Professor Watts states that Muhammad had a `creative imagination' that worked at deep levels making it believable for him to interact with God and preach his message. Muhammad was not a read... ... middle of paper ... ...se fields that they left permanent and inerasable imprints on all centuries and in the corners of the world. His speech was so effective and incisive that human beings in all times listen to him. He also shows himself as the best of husbands, the most distinguished, yet most compassionate of fathers and the most amiable and trustworthy of friends.
But, I do believe that reading is the key to success, power and closer to Allah. Then, I remember what Allah said in the Quran verse Az-Zumar ayah 9: Say: “Are those equal, those who know and those who do not know? By reading this book, I also realize that all people including prophets do not have right or power to give hidayah or guidance to other people except for Allah. For example, Abu Talib loves and cares about Muhamm... ... middle of paper ... ...rybody despite their position or status will receive the punishment if he or she commits a wrongdoing like killing. This indicates that the leader practiced fairness.
He carried the religious call all over his life period and also remained clear with that by following those principles. While struggling for the spreading of the Peace in Medina, the Prophet (SAW) said to his followers that a Muslim can diminish hatred by showing their love towards people and also a Muslim can destroy the aggressiveness by spreading peacefulness. Prophet (SAW) also settled down the various conflicts aroused among the tribes of Medina by establishing a homogeneous community and founded a society where people from various ethnic origins, different religions were treated equally and allowed to practice their own religion. This is the most practical step taken by the Prophet (SAW) in order to create an atmosphere of peace and goodwill among the followers of different religions. Our Holy Prophet (SAW) also established social peace by spreading the ideas such as no one is superior in any possible way in front of god.
'Amar (d. 65/684) reported that the Prophet (peace be on him) stated: '"Show mercy to those on earth so that He Vi^ho is in heavens will have mercy on you"' (Kazmi,2009). Prophet Mo... ... middle of paper ... ...). Prophet Mohammed was concerned about a human right especially women and kids right. There are a lot of Hadith prophet Mohammed describe the women right. According to Kazmi, "Abu Hurayrah narrated that the Prophet (peace be on him) said, 'The most perfect of the believers in faith are the best of them in moral excellence, and the best of you are those who are the best in their behaviour with their wives" (2009).
In Shi’ite Muslim belief the Twelve Imams were close enough to the prophet to not only rule over the community justly, but also to interpret Islamic law and the Quran. The imams are considered to be chosen by divine decree by the prophet himself and therefore without sin . Shi’ite interpretation of the verse is based on divinity of being a Muslim. The Twelve Imams’ method is a bold or harsh approach to idea of false gods or guardians. Their interpretation is based heavily on their jobs as religious leaders and their duty to keep the Shi’ite community of the righteous path.
With highest one first the order goes this way: 1. Muslim Relative 2. Either a Muslim or Relative (Non-Believer) 3. Neither Muslim nor Relative According to a Hadith, Holy Prophet (PBUH) said“…Gabriel kept on recommending me to treat neighbors kindly and politely so that I thought that Allah would order [me] to make them [my] heirs.” (Sunan Abu Dawood) Why is Neighborhood vital? Islam is a religion that teaches us in every matter of life and gives us a perfect moral code.
Therfore Ali was always ready to put his life at risk to save the Prophet's life because he knew the muslims needed the Prophet. In conclusion, it can be said that ali contributed alot to his culture and religion. he used his knowledge to improve his culture and used his strength to protect his religion. Nevertheless he saved the prophets life twice, and without the prophet Islam could not exist and therefore without Ali islam could not exist. Hence it can be said that Ali is the saviour of islam.
This book is about a Biography of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). The biography of the Prophet is a very noble and exalted subject by which Muslims learn about the rise of Islam, and how Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was chosen by Allah to receive the divine revelation. From the reading I realize that, we know more about seerah (the history of our prophet) and it benefited us. From the reading also I can develop the proper love of Muhammad (PBUH) in my hearts. As we know loving prophet Muhammad is ‘Ibadah.