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Muhammad (PBUH) the Messenger of Allah – 2 ( b )

Who was he? Thomas Carlyle, the famous Scottish writer, attested to this. He said in his book ‘Heroes, Hero- Worship, and the Heroic in History’: ‘But, from an early age, he had been remarked as a thoughtful man. His companions named him “Al Amin, The

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Muhammad (PBUH) the Messenger of Allah – 2 ( a )

Who was he ? Muhammad () was a man of noble descent. He was a paradigm of excellent manners. Allah, the Exalted, praised him saying: And verily, you (O Muhammad ) are on an exalted (standard of) character. [68:4] His enemies attested to his excellent

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Muhammad (PBUH) the Messenger of Allah – 1

Introduction It all began in the year 610 C.E.4, with a few brave individuals differing in tribe, status, and gender, secretly winding through the alleys of Makkah to meet the man known as Al-Ameen (i.e. the trustworthy). One by one they went, like stealthy shadows

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Rights of Islam

“HUQOOQUL-ISLAM” (RIGHTS OF ISLAM): In the book At-targheeb wat-Tarheeb of Imam Asfahaani, a hadith of Hazrat Ali radhiyallahu anhu is narrated wherein the following general rights to be observe mutually among all Muslims are enlisted: Forgive the mistakes of another Muslim. Show sympathy over his

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LOVE OF ALLAH

Love is one of the greatest blessings that Allah gives to people. Throughout their life, everyone wants to be with those who they love, rely on, and are close to. Many of Allah’s blessings and their true meanings can only be found in an environment

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Different kinds of Charity

Praise be to Allaah. Ongoing charity is the waqf (“Islamic endowment”) which may take many forms. The definition of a waqf is that the origin is “frozen” and the fruits are donated for the sake of Allaah, as was narrated by al-Bukhaari (2737) and Muslim