One day some of the important men of Makkah gathered in the enclosure of Al-Ka`bah, and `Utbah ibn Rabi`ah, a chief among them, offered to approach the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) and co
The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) suffered very much in his efforts to guide his people to their happiness in this world and in the hereafter.
Perhaps there is no person in the history whose life was documented in such a great detail Like Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him). His sayings and actions; his hours of prayers as wel
Cries of little children suffering from hunger used to be heard clearly. Nothing to eat reached them except of some meager quantities of food that were smuggled by some compassionate Makkans on few oc
This verse was revealed in connection with Abu Bakr after the Qur’an had cleared his daughter, `A’ishah the pure, of any misconduct. He realized that Mistah ibn Athathah, his relative whom he supp
Allah wanted this to be a very hard lesson for the fledgling Muslim community, but in His compassion He did not inflict any punishment on them. The offence itself merited stiff punishment because of t
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