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Tuesday, January 31, 2012


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How Caesar examined the Prophet  

The Prophet wrote to the Caesar of the Byzantine Empire, inviting him to Islam, sending a letter to him with Dihya al-Kalbi. The Prophet directed him to present the letter to the governor of Busra, who would forward it to Caesar. 

When God had relieved him of the Persian armies, Caesar walked from Emesa [in central Syria] to Jerusalem, out of gratitude to God for having inured him to trial. So when the letter of the Prophet reached him, Caesar read it and said, "Look for someone from his people around here, so that I may ask about this Messenger of God." 

Now, it happened that Abu Sufyan was then in Syria with some men from the Quraish tribe who had come on business during the truce that then existed between the Prophet and the disbelievers of the Quraish.

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Role of the Prophet  
HISTORY RELATES OF MEN who distinguished themselves by deeds and left permanent imprints on their societies; of prophets who delivered the message of the true God to their peoples; of statesmen who distinguished themselves in the service of their nations; of authors who left monumental additions to the literary wealth of mankind; of conquerors who led their followers to victories, wealth, and renown; and of those who by force of personality or unusual calling succeeded in transforming values or completely revamping the societies into which they were born.

Muhammad , the prophet of Arabia, has fulfilled for his people a role that combines the functions - of a distinguished prophet, statesman, author, and reformer. He has earned for himself as a consequence the respect and reverence of countless people, Muslim and non-Muslim everywhere.

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The History of the Quranic Text from Revelation to Compilation: 
Allah, Muhammad and Shahada. About 18.5 x 8.5 inches Frame. 
Allah and Muhammad.12.5 x 12.50 inches SQUARE Frame. 
Life of The Prophet ( Suratun - Nabiyy). Translated by Prof. Trevor Gassick. Softcover. SET OF 4 VOLUMES.

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Why do we need Prophets?  
Dr. Jamal Badawi is "Professor Emeritus" at St. Mary's University in Halifax, Canada, where he served as Professor of both Management and Religious Studies.

In this program Dr. Jamal Badawi discusses the need of Prophets. (28 minutes)


Make things easy!

Anas b. Malik said:

 The Prophet said, 'Make things easy and do not make them difficult. Calm people down and do not alarm them.'

Related by Muhammad Ibn Ismail Ibn Ibrahim Ibn al-Mughirah Ibn Bardizbah al-Bukhari. Also known as Al-Bukhari or Imam Bukhari, (194 AH / 810 CE -256 AH / 870 CE). A famous Islamic scholar, born in Bukhara, in what is today Uzbekistan. Best known for authoring the hadith collection named Sahih Bukhari

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