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Category: Biography of the Prophet (PBUH)

  • The Compilation of the Holy Quran

    The Compilation of the Holy Quran

    Allah revealed the Holy Quran as a source of guidance for all mankind. For the more than 1.5 billion Muslims all over the world today, this is the most important book in existence. That is because we consider it to be Allah’s word, a miraculous and uncreated book that He sent down. Allah tells us…

  • Surah Alaq: The First Quranic Revelation

    Surah Alaq: The First Quranic Revelation

    Surah Alaq is the 96th chapter of the Holy Quran. Alaq means ‘clot’ or ‘clinging thing.’ People often also refer to it as being ‘congealed blood.’ The Surah consists of 19 ayat or verses. However, this Surah is mainly famous because the first five verses of it were part of the first revelation to Prophet…

  • Cave Of Hira And The First Quranic Revelation

    Cave Of Hira And The First Quranic Revelation

    When Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was around 40 years old, his state of discontent with the affairs around him continued to grow. The lifestyle of the Quraish did not allure him and neither was he impressed by their worship of idols. He thought that there must be something deeper to life, and he was in search…

  • Medina Constitution: 12 Points From The Charter

    Medina Constitution: 12 Points From The Charter

    Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) suffered immense persecution through his time in Makkah (Mecca) after Allah blessed him with prophethood. Eventually, it got to an extreme level, and the Muslims had to migrate to Medina. It was after the migration that the Muslims drafted the Constitution of Medina. The Prophet (PBUH) declared it openly to the people…

  • Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) Relations With The Jews

    Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) Relations With The Jews

    At the time of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), there were quite a few Jews living in Arabia. Judaism was thus a prominent religion in Arabia in those days. Hence, the Prophet (PBUH) frequently had to deal with Jews during his prophetic mission. Muslims should study the Prophet’s (PBUH) relations with the Jews to learn about Allah’s…