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25 prophet of Allah.
Muhammad (peace be upon him) was born in Mecca (Makkah), Arabia, on Monday, 12 Rabi ‘Al-Awal (2 August AD 570). His mother, Aminah, was the daughter of Ibn Abdu Manaf Wahb Zahrah family. His father, ‘Abdullah was the son of Abdul Muttalib. His genealogy was traced to the noble house of Ishmael, son of Prophet Abraham in about the fortieth descend. Muhammad’s father died before his birth.
Before he was six, his mother died, and the doubly orphaned Muhammad was put under the charge of his grandfather Abdul Muttalib, who took care of him early. But the old chief died two years later. On his deathbed, told the son of Abu Talib load of young orphan. Read the rest of this entry
In many verses of the Glorious Qur’an Allah the Exalted denied the claim of the Christians that He has a son. A delegation Nagran came to Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). They began to talk about their claim about the Trinity, namely, that God is three in one, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, with some disagreement among their sects. That is why Allah has stated in many verses of the Quran that Jesus is a slave of Allah, which He has formed in the womb of his mother like any other of his creatures, and that He created him without a father, as he created Adam without a father or a mother. Read the rest of this entry
The years had left their mark on Zakariyah Prophet (peace be upon him). He was now old and bent with age, in his nineties. Despite his weakness, he went to the temple every day to deliver his sermons.
Zakariyah was not a rich man, but he was always ready to help those in need. Its a disappointment in life was that she had no children, his wife was barren. This worried him, because he feared there was no one after him to do his job. The people needed a strong leader, because they were left to themselves, they would move away from the teachings of Allah and the Holy change the laws to suit themselves. Read the rest of this entry
Prophet Jonah (Yunus) (pbuh) also known as Dhan-Nun. About his people Almighty Allah said: There was a small town community that believed after seeing the punishment, and his faith at that moment, saved from punishment? (The answer is none) – except the people of Jonah, when they believed, We removed from them the torment of disgrace in the life of today’s world, and allowed them to enjoy for a while ‘. (Ch 10:98 Quran)
The inhabitants of the city of Nineveh were idolaters who lived a life without shame. Prophet Jonah (peace be upon him) was sent to teach them the worship of Allah. People liked his interference in their form of worship, in a sustained way. “We and our fathers Read the rest of this entry
And remember Our slaves, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob (all) owners of strength (in adoration Us) and (also) of religious understanding. Indeed, we have chosen them, giving them (good thing) the memory of the house (in the Hereafter and they used to make people remember, and they used to call people to obey Allah and do good deeds for the hereafter). And they are our eyes, in truth, the choice and the best! And remember Ishmael, Elisha, and Dhul-Kifl, all are among the best. (Ch 38:45-48 Quran). Read the rest of this entry
Elijah was sent to residents of Baalbek, west of Damascus City (East Lebanon today). He invites his people to worship only Allah and abandon the worship of the statue that they called Ba `la. This has resulted in their molesting. Ibn Abbas said that Elias was the uncle of the Prophet Ilyasak.
but no matter how persistent Elijah preaching, his people would not listen. So God punished them with punishment in the world and the hereafter.
After the death of the Prophet Sulayman, the kingdom has undergone a split. The influence of Satan has freedom. Humans who are scorned-taunted. Somaria Act had killed most of the ones who know and follow the creed of the truth. Read the rest of this entry
Solomon inherited David’s prophecy and domination. This was not a material inheritance, as prophets do not leave their properties. It is given away to the poor and needy, not to their relatives. Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “The property prophets’ do not be inherited, and whatever we leave is to be used for charity.” (Sahih al-Bukhari).
And indeed We gave knowledge to David and Solomon, and both said: “All the praises and thanks be to Allah who has preferred us above many of His believing servants” Read the rest of this entry
When the two armies faced each other, Goliath challenged any soldier of the army of King Saul in single combat, as was the custom in those days of battle. Goliath also wanted to show its strength. The men were terrified, and none had the courage to volunteer. The king offered the hand of his beautiful daughter in marriage to the man who would fight Goliath, but this offer has not changed the attractive deadly silence among his soldiers.
Then, to everyone’s surprise, a young man stepped forward. A roar of laughter echoed from the enemy, and even Saul’s men shook their heads.
The young man was David (Dawud), from the city of Bethlehem. His elderly father had chosen three of his sons to join Saul’s army. He instructed the youngest, David, not to take part in the fighting, but to help the army in other ways and to report to his father every day about what was happening on the war front. Read the rest of this entry
The pharaoh who ruled Egypt was a tyrant who oppressed the descendants of Jacob (peace be upon him), known as the Children of Israel (Bani Israel). He used every means to humiliate and disgrace them. They were kept in bondage and forced to work for him for a small or no salary. With this system the people obeyed and worshiped Pharaoh, and the ruling class carried out the orders, resulting in his tyranny and crazy whims.
The pharaoh wanted the people to obey him only, and to believe in the divinity of his own invention. Perhaps, at that time, there were many classes of people who did not believe in or practice polytheism, however, have kept this to themselves and outwardly did as they were supposed to do, without revolting or revealing it to anyone. Read the rest of this entry
Ibn Ishaq said that he was a man of Rum. His name was Job, Ibn Mose, Ibn Razeh, Ibn Esau, Ibn Isaac (pbuh), Ibn Abraham (peace be upon him). Someone else said of Job, Ibn Mose, Ibn Rimil, Ibn Esau, Ibn Isaac, Ibn Jacob. There were other statements on his lineage. Ibn Asaker told that his mother was a daughter of Lot (pbuh). It was said also that his father was one who believed in Abraham (pbuh) when he was thrown into the fire.
The first opinion is the most plausible, because he was a descendant of Abraham’s offspring as Allah Almighty said: “It ‘was our test that we gave to Abraham against his people, We raise whom We will in degrees Certainly your Lord is All-Wise, Know all … Read the rest of this entry