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History of islam

Prophet and the Jewish Blind Beggar

In the corner market Madinah Al-Munawarah a Jewish beggar blind day after day when someone approached him he always said: “O my brother do not go near Muhammad, he was a madman, he is a liar, he’s a witch, if you approach it you will be influenced” . Every morning the Prophet came to him with food, and without saying a word of the Prophet Muhammad had brought the food to feed the beggar beggar even though it is always advised not to approach the people named Muhammad. Prophet Muhammad SAW to do until before he died. After the Prophet kewafatan no more people who bring food every morning to the blind Jewish beggar. Read the rest of this entry

Jewish hostility (yahudi) against Islam in History

Jewish hostility against Islam in History

Jewish hostility toward Islam are well known and in existence since time immemorial. Began preaching Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam and perhaps earlier even before his birth. This they did for fear of proselytizing influence of Islam which will destroy their dreams and plans. But today a lot of effort to create an opinion that Jewish and Islamic hostility is merely a battle over land and borders of Palestine and the surrounding region, rather than issues of religion and the dark history of hostility rooted in them towards this noble religion. Read the rest of this entry

Date of Birth of the Prophet sallallaahu ‘Alaihi wa Sallam

Date of Birth of the Prophet sallallaahu ‘Alaihi wa Sallam

Date of Birth of the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam was sharply disputed. Some say that he was born on 2 Rabi-Early, Early Rabiul 8, 10 Rabiul Awal, 12 Rabiul Awal, 17 Rabiul Awal (See al-wa Bidayah Nihayah Ibn Katheer: 2 / 260 and Ibn Rojab Latho’iful Ma’arif pp. 184-185). All opinions are not based on the hadith is authentic. As for the hadith of Ibn Abbas and Jabir radhiallahu ‘anhuma stating that the date of birth of the Prophet sallallaahu’ alaihi wa sallam is the 12th of Rabi-Start is not authentic. Even if authentic, would certainly be a judge (breaker case) in this issue. However, Ibn Kathir rahimahullah said about the hadith, “Sanadnya disconnected.” (Al-wan Bidayah Nihayah of Ibn Rajab pp. 184-185) Read the rest of this entry

Fathu Mecca: Lessons from the Conquest of Mecca

Fathu Mecca: Lessons from the Conquest of Mecca

For the occurrence of Mecca Fathu

Starting from the peace treaty between the Muslims of Medina to the idolaters of Quraish who signed the memorandum of agreement Shulh Hudaibiyah in 6 AH. Included among the memorandum of agreement is anyone allowed to join one faction, both sides of the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alahi wa sallam and the Muslims of Medina or Mecca camp of Quraish. So, join in the stronghold of the tribe Khuza’ah Prophet sallallaahu ‘alahi wa sallam and Bakr tribes joined in the camp of Quraish. In fact, once in the time of Ignorance, Read the rest of this entry

Lessons from the Battle of Badr

Lessons from the Battle of Badr

Fellow Muslim brother …
Let us do a flashback moment to the events in the blessed month of Ramadan this. We hoped by studying and observing these events, we can get a lot of wisdom and valuable lessons for our daily lives. Two years after our beloved Prophet Muhammad sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam emigrated to the medina, to coincide with this glorious month of Ramadan, there was a great event but often forgotten Muslims. These events are the battle of Badr. Read the rest of this entry

The Coming of Isa the Messiah

The Coming of Isa the Messiah

Introduction

It may be a surprise to many that both Islam and Christianity expect that Jesus will return in the End Times before the end of the world. Yet, this expectation in the two religions on the one hand has led to fervent hope, but then also confusion about the nature of this came as expected in the two religions. Read the rest of this entry