If Prophet Muhammad visited you
Just for a day or two, If he came unexpectedly,
I wonder what you would do?
Oh I know you would give your nicest room,
To such an honored guest,
And you would serve him your very best...
Thank you now young man, you’ve really been so kind Your generosity and smile are very rare to find. Let me give you some advice, since you’ve been so very nice, From Muhammad stay away, don’t heed his words or emulate his way. (Listen)
Weighting 1,000 Kg, five meters in height and four meters in width, “This is Muhammad” book was released during a big launch ceremony in Dubai, February 28.
The 420-page book which covers Prophet Muhammad’s life enters the Guinness World Records as the largest, the heaviest, and the most expensive book (as it costs up to Dh11 million) in the world. (Read more)
A man by the name of Muhammad had started a business model which had revolutionized his region and subsequently the world. The model - which was one of its kinds, had transformed the lives of people – young and old. (Read more)
Naming Muhammad in Your Culture (Have Your Say)In some cultures, as in Turkey, some people think that the name "Muhammad" is too sacred to be given to people and instead they choose the name "Mehmet" as an alternative. In your culture, how do you perceive naming people after the prophet’s sacred name? (Share Your View)
Throughout time, Muslims have benefited from the purity of Islam, from the example of the Prophet, and from the revivers of faith. The Syrian born director Mustapha al-Akkad was one of them... (Read more)
Computers, satellite television, newspapers, magazines and now the Internet, instantly deliver so much information that it has become increasingly hard to separate truth from falsehood; fact from fiction. The information overload, while beneficial in many ways, has begun to reveal its darker side and Einstein's admonition that "our technology has surpassed our humanity," has begun to ring true. (Read more)
In 622 CE, when Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) immigrated to Madinah, he built a mosque next to his house. The mosque was an open-air building with a platform for reciting Qur'an. Since then, the mosque has been known as the Prophet's Mosque. (Read more)
Every year, Mawlid An-Nabi (i.e., Prophet Muhammad's Birthday) is observed by millions of Muslims across the world, and those living in the UK are no exception. In major cities such as London, Sheffield, Leicester, and Manchester, Muslims come together from various mosques to memorialize the event with prayers and processions... (Read more)
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