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Allah's Apostle (p.b.u.h) said, "We (Muslims) are the last (to come) but (will be) the foremost on the Day of Resurrection though the former nations were given the Holy Scriptures before us. And this was their day (Friday) the celebration of which was made compulsory for them but they differed about it. So Allah gave us the guidance for it (Friday) and all the other people are behind us in this respect: the Jews' (holy day is) tomorrow (i.e. Saturday) and the Christians' (is) the day after tomorrow (i.e. Sunday)."

In Topkapy museum, Turkey, this box contains the soil from the Qabr-e-Anwar (grave)
of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

The Biography of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

Prophet Muhammad’s (peace be upon him) birthplace in Makkah. Saudigovernment converted the place into a Library. Recently, Saudi’s has announced that they will be demolishing this holy site and replacing it with a high rise hotel / shopping centre.

The Footprint of Allah's Messenger, Muhammad (Peace be upon him) safely preserved in Topkapy museum of Turkey

A letter from Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) to one
of the Arab rulers.

1. When was the Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) born?

He was born on Monday,12th Rabi Al Awwal.

2. Where was the Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) born?

In Makkah

3. What is the name of the Prophet's father?

Abdullah Ibn Abdul Muttalib.

4. What is the name of the Prophet's mother?

Aminah Bint Wahhab Ibn Abd Manaf Ibn Zahrah.

5. When and where did his (prophet's) father die?

He died in Makkah before Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) was born.

6. What is the name of the Prophet's grandfather?

Abdul Muttalib.

7. What was his granfather's position?

He was the chief of his clan Bani Hashim.

8. What is the Prophet's (p.b.u.h.) lineage up to his fifth ancestor?

He is Muhammad Ibn Abdullah Ibn Abdul Muttalib Ibn Hashim Ibn Abd Manaf Ibn
Qusai Ibn Kilab.

9. Who suckled the Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h.)?

First Thuyeba, the freed slave girl of his uncle Abdul Uzza known as Abu
Lahab, then Haleema Bint Abu Dhuaib, best known as Haleema Al Sadiyah.

10. Who named the Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h.)?

Abdul Muttalib.

11. What did Muhammad's (p.b.u.h.) mother name him?


12. Why did she (the Prophet's mother) choose this name?

Because she saw an angel in a dream calling the new-born baby Ahmad.

13. How old was Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) when his mother died?

Six years old.

14. Where did his mother take him?

She took him to Yathrib (Madinah) to visit her relatives.

15. Where did his mother die?

On her way back to Makkah, she died at Abwa and was buried there.

16. Who brought Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) back to Makkah?

His father's slave girl, Umm Aiman (May Allah be pleased with her).

17. Who took the charge of his care?

His grandfather Abdul Muttalib.

18. How long did The Prophet's grandfather take care of the Prophet

For two years.

19. How was his (Abdul Muttalib's) behavior with Muhammad (p.b.u.h.)?

He loved him very much and preferred him to his own sons.

20. What did Abdul Muttalib foretell about his grandson?

That he would hold a prestigious position.

21. Who took care of the Prophet (p.b.u.h.) after the death of Abdul

His uncle Abu Talib.

22. How old was Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) when his grandfather Abdul Muttalib

About eight years old.

23. When did Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) travel to Syria and with whom?

He went to Syria with his uncle Abu Talib when he was twelve years old.

24. Who was Khadijah (May Allah be pleased with her)?

She was a wealthy merchant of Makkah.

25. Why did she (Khadijah) want to marry Muhammad ( p.b.u.h.)?

Because of his truthfulness and good conduct.

26. When did she (Khadijah) marry Muhammad (p.b.u.h.)?

When she was 40 years old.

27. How old was Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) at the time of the marriage?

He was 25.

28. What did he (the Prophet) give her (Khadijah) as Mahr (dowry)?

Twenty camels.

29. Was Khadijah (May Allah be pleased with her) a widow?

Yes. The Prophet (p.b.u.h.) was her third husband.

30. How was Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) known in the society?

He was known as Al Ameen (Truthful) and Al Sadiq (trustworthy).

31. Did he get any sort of education?

No, he was illiterate.

32. What should one say when the Prophet's (p.b.u.h.) name is mentioned?

One should say "SALLALLAHO ALAIHE WASALLAM " (May the peace and blessings
of Allah be upon him).

33. How many times is the name of Muhammad mentioned in the Holy Quran?

Four times.

34. What are the names of the Prophet's (p.b.u.h.) uncles?

They are: Harith, Zubair, Abu Talib, Hamzah (May Allah be pleased with
him), Abu Lahab, Ghidaq, Maqwam, Safar and Abbas (May Allah be pleased with

35. Did his uncle Abu Talib accept Islam?

No, he died a polytheist.

36. In the New Testament by what name was the Prophet (p.b.u.h.) mentioned?

By the name of Paraclete.

37. What is Kabah?

It is the oldest house of worship on the earth.

38. Who built it?

The Prophet Ibrahim and his son Ismael (May Allah be pleased with them).

39. How did Quraish arrange rebuilding of Kabah?

They divided the work among various tribes. Each tribe was responsible for
rebuilding a part of it.

40. Who laid the stones?

A Byzantine mason called Baqum.

41. Where did the Prophet (p.b.u.h.) go into seclusion?

To the Cave of Hira.

42. What was the fist stage of the revelation?

True dreams.

43. When did the first revelation come down to him?

On Monday, 21st of Ramadan, at night (August 10th, 610 AC). He was forty
years then.

44. Who brought it?


45. Who were the first to embrace Islam?

Four persons: Khadijah his wife, Zaid Ibn Haritha his freed slave, Ali Ibn
Abi Talib his cousin and Abu Bakr his friend (May Allah be pleased with

46. Who accepted Islam at the instance of Abu Bakr (May Allah be pleased
with him)?

Uthman Ibn Affan, Zubair Ibn Awwam, Abdur Rahman Ibn Awf, Sad Ibn Abi
Waqqaas, Talha Ibn Ubaidullah and Saeed Ibn Zaid (Umar's son-in-law) (May
Allah be pleased with them).

47. Who were the ladies to accept Islam at first?

Abbas's wife Ummaul Fadl, Abu Bakr's wife Asma Bint Umais, his daughter
Asma Bint Abi Bakr and Fatimah Bint Al Khattab Umar's sister (May Allah be
pleased with them).

48. How was the Dawah done in the beginning?

It was done in secret.

49. How many people embraced Islam in the early stage?

About forty.

50. How many years did the call in secret continue?

For three years.

51. During this period, where would the Muslims gather secretly?

They would gather secretly in the house of a Muslim called Arqam to learn
about Islam and the revelations sent down to the Prophet (p.b.u.h.).

52. When did the Prophet (p.b.u.h.) start to preach Islam openly?

After three years when he received the revelation to that effect.

53. What was the impact of his public preaching?

The people accepted Islam increasingly.

54. What was the main miracle of the Prophet ( p.b.u.h.)?

The Holy Quran.

55. Did the Prophet (p.b.u.h.) perform other miracles?

Yes, the splitting of the moon was one of them.

56. Who was Abu Jahl?

One of the Prophet's (p.b.u.h.) uncles.

57. Name some of the disbelievers of Makkah who supported the Prophet (
p.b.u.h.), but did not embrace Islam until the end.

Abu Talib, Mutim Ibn Adi and Abul Bukhtari.

58. How long did Abu Talib protect the Prophet (p.b.u.h)?

For 42 years - from the Prophet's childhood until he himself died.

59. Who was Mutim Ibn Adi?

A chief of Makkah.

60. When did he (Mutim Ibn Adi) give protection to the Prophet (p.b.u.h.)?

When the Prophet (p.b.u.h.) returned from Taif and wanted to enter Makkah.

61. When did he (Mutim Ibn Adi) die?

He was killed in the Battle of Badr.

62. Who was Abul Bukhtari?

He was a poet.

63. How did he (Abul Bukhtari) support the Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h.)?

He spoke out against the social boycott.

64. What lead the Muslims to emigrate to Abyssinia?

Their growing persecution at the hands of Quraish.

65. Which Surah lead to this emigration?

Surah Az Zumar.

66. When was Abul Bukhtari killed?

In the battle of Badr.

67. Who was then the King of Abyssinia?

The King of Abyssinia, known as Najjashi (the Negus), during the time of
the Prophet ( p.b.u.h.) was As'hama.

68. When did the first group of Muslims leave for Abyssinia?

In Rajab, in the fifth year of Prophethood.

69. How many persons were there in the group?

12 men and 4 women.

70. How were the emigrants received in Abyssinia?

They were received warmly and hospitably.

71. When did the second group of emigrants leave for Abyssinia?

In the fifth year of Prophethood.

72. How many people formed the group?

83 men and 18 women.

73. Name a prominent companion included in this group.

Ja'far Ibn Abi Talib (May Allah be pleased with him).

74. What did Quraish do?

They despatched two envoys to Abyssinia to demand the extradition of the

75. How did the King respond?

He refused to extradite the Muslims and assured them of his full

76. When did Umar (May Allah be pleased with him) accept Islam?

At the age of 27.

77. Who was Bilal Ibn Rabah (May Allah be pleased with him)?

He was a slave of Umayyah Ibn Khalaf.

78. What was his (Bilal Ibn Rabah's) origin?

He was of Abyssinian decent.

79. What was the name of Bilal's mother?


80. Who was Yaser (May Allah be pleased with him)?

He was a slave of Abu Jahl.

81. Who was Sumayyah (May Allah be pleased with her)?

She was Yaser's (a slave of Abu Jahl) wife.

82. Who was Ammar (May Allah be pleased with him)?

He was Yaser and Sumayyah's only son.

83. How did Summaya (May Allah be pleased) die?

Abu Jahl murderded her with a bayonet.

84. Who was Zaid Ibn Haritha (May Allah be pleased with him)?

He was a slave.

85. Who purchased him (Zaid Ibn Haritha)?

Khadijah's nephew Hakim Ibn Hizam purchased him and presented him to her.

86. What did Khadijah do with Zaid Bin Haritha?

She presented him to the Prophet who set him free.

87. Did Zaid Bin Haritha want to go to his parents?

No, he preferred to live with the Prophet (p.b.u.h.).

88. To whom was Zaid Bin Haritha married?

To Umma Aiman (May Allah be pleased with her).

89. Who was Ja'far?

He was the elder brother of Ali Ibn Talib (May Allah be pleased with him).

90. Where did he (Ja'far) emigrate?

To Abyssinia.

91. Who was Ali (May Allah be pleased with him)?

He was the son of Abu Talib and cousin of the Prophet (p.b.u.h.).

92. When did Ali (May Allah be pleased with him) accept Islam?

When he was 19.

93. What was he (Ali) called for his bravery?

The "Lion of Allah".

94. Whom did Ali first marry?

He first married the Prophet's (p.b.u.h.) daughter Fatimah (may Allah be
pleased with her).

95. How many sons did Ali have from her?

Two sons: Hasan and Husain (May Allah be pleased with them).

96. When did Sa'd bn Abi Waqqas (May Allah be pleased with him) become a

When he was 19.


When the Moon Split

This picture shows the location of the "Rocky Belt" which shows the moon was once split.

The unbelievers of Makkah said to the prophet that if you are truly a prophet split the moon and if you do we shall believe. It was a full moon that night...
And so the prophet prayed to Allah to grant him this miracle, and the moon was split. Half was seen over Mount. Saffa, and the other half was seen over Mount. Kaikaan.

The people said that the prophet has placed a spell on us, however if he played a trick on us, then he cant play a trick on all the people in the world! Abu Jahl then said: "let us wait until the people of Albadiah come, and if they saw the moon split, then it is true, if not then we all know it was a trick of magic. When the people of Albadiah came they said that they too saw the moon split, and the disbelievers said "oh, how powerful Mohammad's magic is!"

Then Allah revealed Surat al Qamar: "The hour has come near and the moon has split, and when they see a sign, they turn and say 'this is a continuous magic' and they disbelieved and followed their desires..."

This took place in the days of the prophet Muhammad in Makkah
In one of Dr. Zaghlool Al-Najaar's seminars, in one of the British universities said: "The miracle of the plitting of the moon has been proven recently"... " One of the British brothers who is very concerned about the state of Islam "Dawood Musa" who is the new chairman of the british muslims party who is planning to enter the coming elections under the banner of islam, which is spreading extremely fast in the west said "While he was searching for a religion, a friend gave him a copy of the Quran translated in english. He opened it and came across surat Al-Qamar and read "The hour has come and the moon has split", looking at this he said 'The moon has split?!' He then stopped reading and did not open it again.

Then one day while whatching a program on the BBC, The broadcaster was talking with three American scientists, and the broadcaster was blaming America for spending billons of dollars on space projects, in a time where millions of people are suffering from poverty.

The scientists were trying to explain why it is important to go into space exploration

Soon the scientists came to discuss the most expensive trip to the moon, which costed about 100 billion dollars, so the broadcaster asked them "So to put the American flag on the moon you spent this much internal structure of the moon to see what similarities it has with the Earth, and they said that they were surprised to find a 'Belt of Rocks' that goes from the surface of the moon right to the inner depths.

Being quite surprised, they gave this information to their geologists, who were also surprised, as they concluded that this couldn't be unless the moon was once split and resealed. The rocks on the belt are a result of the impact during the time that the two halves of the moon recombined.

Watching this brother Dawood Mussa jumped off his seat screaming "This is Muhammad's miracle which occurred more than 1400 years ago, and now the Americans are spending billions of dollars to prove it to the Muslims. He then said "This must surely be a true religion, and so, where once Surat Al-Qamar was a cause for him disbeleiving in Islam, it was now the reason for his embracing Islam...


Sayings of the Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.)
Selected and Translated by Shaykh Kabir Helminski

--I heard Allah's Apostle (p.b.u.h) saying, "We (Muslims) are the last (to come) but (will be) the foremost on the Day of Resurrection though the former nations were given the Holy Scriptures before us. And this was their day (Friday) the celebration of which was made compulsory for them but they differed about it. So Allah gave us the guidance for it (Friday) and all the other people are behind us in this respect: the Jews' (holy day is) tomorrow (i.e. Saturday) and the Christians' (is) the day after tomorrow (i.e. Sunday)."

-- ISLAM began as something strange, and it will become thus again, as it was at the beginning. Blessed, therefore, are the strangers.
(He was asked who the strangers are:)
The strangers are those who restore what the people have corrupted of my law, as well as those who revive what has been destroyed of it.

-- You will not enter paradise until you believe, and you will not believe until you love one another.
Let me guide you to something in the doing of which you will love one another.
Give a greeting to everyone among you.

Gaare Hira

-- I was delegated as a prophet to perfect moral virtues.

-- Good character is half of faith.

-- God is merciful to those who show mercy to others.

-- Power consists not in being able to strike another, but in being able to control oneself when anger arises.

-- Honor your children and thus improve their manners.

-- The three best things:
    to be humble amidst the vicissitudes of fortune;
    to pardon when powerful;
    to be generous with no strings attached.

-- Whoever does not express his gratitude to people will never be grateful to God.

-- The best people are those who are most useful to others.

-- Living among others is a cause for blessing, while seclusion is the cause of torment.

-- Happy is the person who finds fault with himself instead of finding fault with others.

-- From morning until night and from night until morning keep your heart free from malice towards anyone.

-- A perfect Muslim is one from whose tongue and hands mankind is safe.

-- Islam is purity of speech and hospitality.

-- Every religion has a distinctive virtue and the distinctive virtue of Islam is modesty.

-- Greet those whom you know and those whom you don't know.

-- When asked what was most excellent in a human being, he answered, "A friendly disposition."

Masjid Nabvi (Sunehri Jaliyan)

-- The best of God's servants are those who when seen remind you of God; and the worst of God's servants are those
    who spread tales to do mischief and separate friends, and look for the faults of the good.

-- Whoever believes in one God and the Hereafter, let him speak what is good or remain silent.

-- He is the best Muslim whose disposition is most liked by his own family.

-- Respect the guest and do not inconvenience your neighbors. The faithful are as one person. If a man complains of a pain in his head, his whole body complains; and if his eye complains, his whole body complains.

-- He is not of us who is not affectionate to the little ones and does not respect the reputation of the old.

-- Truly, the farthest seat from me on the day of resurrection will be the garrulous, those who talk glibly, and those who talk tall. And who is it that talk tall? The vain-glorious.

-- God is gentle and loves gentleness.

-- Inscribed on the prophet's sword:
Forgive him who wrongs you; join him who cuts you off; do good to him who does evil to you;
and speak the truth even if it be against yourself.

-- Whoever restrains his anger when he has the power to show it, God will give him a great reward.

-- Backbiting is more grievous than adultery,
and God will not forgive the backbiter until the one wronged has forgiven him.

-- Keep yourselves far from envy, because it eats up and takes away good actions as
   fire consumes and burns the wood.

-- What actions are most excellent?
To gladden the heart of a human being,
to feed the hungry, to help the afflicted,
to lighten the sorrow of the sorrowful, and to remove the wrongs of the injured.

Seal of Hazrat Mohammad Mustafa Sallalla Hu Alaihewalsm


Our Prophet : Enes Ibn Malik reports that a Bedouin came to the Messenger of Allah and greeted him in the Masjid. The Messenger of Allah asked him where he came from. The Bedouin said:" I came from far, seeking answers to some questions".

Our master told him to ask his questions:

"I wish to be an intelligent man, what should I do?"
Holy Prophet replied, "Fear Allah".

"I wish to be a loyal servant to Allah and do what He wants me to do?"
Holy Prophet replied, "Read the Quran."

"I wish to be enlightened and have peace of heart?"
Holy Prophet replied, "Remember Death".

"I wish to be protected against enemies?"
Holy Prophet replied, "Trust in Allah".

"I wish to follow the Straight Path?
" Holy Prophet replied, "Do good to others for Allah's sake".

"What should I do so that Allah does not abase me?"
Holy Prophet replied, "Do not respond to the desires of your flesh".

"I wish to have a long life?"
Holy Prophet replied, "Praise and thank Allah".

"I wish for prosperity?"
Holy Prophet replied, "Be in a state of ablution at all times".

"How can I save myself from the hellfire?"
Holy Prophet replied, "Protect your eyes and your tongue and your hands and what is below your waistline against evil".

"How can I cleanse myself from my sins?"
Holy Prophet replied, "Shed tears for what you have done and repent by undoing what you have done wrong".

"I wish to be a respectable person?"
Holy Prophet replied, "Then don't ask for anything from anybody".

"I wish to be honorable?"
Holy Prophet replied, "Then don't divulge the wrong doings of anybody".

"What should I do to protect myself from the tortures of the grave?"
Holy Prophet replied, "Recite the Surah Mulk".

"What should one do to be rich?"
Holy Prophet replied, "Read the Surah Muzammil".

"How should I calm my fear of the day of last judgment?"
Holy Prophet replied, "Remember Allah before you eat anything and before you sleep".

"What should I do to feel the presence of Allah when I make my prayers?"
Holy Prophet replied, "Give the utmost care in taking your ablutions and in being clean and pure".


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