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A Response to Bill Warner’s

A Response to Bill Warner’s “Is a Nice Muslim a Good Muslim”

February 14th, 2010|Responses

Our long history of Islamophobia in the West dates back to the time of the Crusades. For centuries Islam has been portrayed as a violent religion of the sword forced upon on the world by a warmonger. This distorted representation of Islam and the Prophet Muhammad became a received idea in the West, and by and large we find it challenging to hold ourselves to the same standards of objectivity and impartiality when it comes to Islam and its prophet that we would set for ourselves when considering any other religion or historical character. A case in point is Bill Warner’s article ‘Is a Nice Muslim a Good Muslim?’.

              Warner’s article is a list of hackneyed aspersions cast on Islam and its prophet. He blit

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The Prophet Muhammad’s Message of Peace

 

 

A major part of the Prophet’s mission was to bring peace to the world. One of the ways in which he strove towards this end was to attempt to convince people that all men and women, albeit inhabiting very different regions of the world, and different from one another in color, culture and language, et cetera, were in fact blood brothers and sisters. His message was crucial, for a proper relationship of love and respect can be established only if that is how human beings regard one another. To inculcate such feelings, the Prophet would preach to his followers, “You are all Adam’s offspring and Adam was made of clay.” And in his prayers to his Creator, he said, “O Lord, all Your servants are brothers.” The Prophet would exhort his followers to live in peace with their fellow men, saying, “A true believer is one with whom others feel secure,” one who returns love for hatred. He used to teach the believers that anyone who would return love only when love was given belonged on a lower ethical plane. The true believer never reasons that only if people treat him well that he will treat them well in return. He is accustomed rather to doing good to those who mistreat him, and to refrain from harming those who do him injury. The Prophet himself set the example. All his recorded words and actions reveal him as a man of great gentleness, kindness, humility, good humor and excellent common sense, with a great love for all people and even for animals.

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‘Innocence of Muslim’ Response

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qsPIP153geM

 

This is Abeer and today I’m gonna talk about a very sensitive topic. Regarding a film, disgracing the last prophet Mohammad(S.A.W) and his companions. In that film, they portrayed his role opposite to what he was… so in the trailer of this film, I watched Prophet Mohammad saying stuff that we can’t even imagine him saying and the way the scenes of this film was put together were far from the reality… Now, let me talk about the protests that are held in different countries worldwide
But before jumping to a conclusion whether these protests are justified or not? Let me explain you one thing, for a true Muslim, Prophet Mohammad is more beloved to him than his father or son… and that’s because Prophet Mohammad is not a Religious leader or the messenger of Allah.
But he’s guide, he’s a leader, he’s mentor, he’s a teacher and his life is a complete role model for every person. Whether you are a son, father, teacher, student, Army official or even a businessman. I will quote a reference from a book
“The 100: A Ranking of the Most Influential Persons in History”
This book was written by Micheal hart, who obviously is non-Muslim. The first person on Hart’s list is the Prophet of Islam Muhammad S.A.W. Hart asserted that Muhammad was “supremely successful” in both the religious and secular realms. So now I will ask you guys to give me an answer to this question, What do you accept Muslims to do? if you are going to disgrace and mock the personality they love more than their family members?
I hope you get to a decent conclusion….
And at last, I will address all my Muslim brother and sisters, think of a situation, if our beloved prophet Mohammad S.A.W is here,
what will be his reaction to all those critics, will he do, what we are doing? So remember to be patient and exercise the teachings of prophet Mohammad S.A.W in these critical situations. I hope you all got the message I want to deliver.
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Innocence Of Muslims

 

who is Prophet muhammed the true story of (Innocence of islam) not the fake one made by jewish, this is reaction to the film Innocence of islam that attack Prophet muhammed and say

Innocence of Muslims  , Innocence of Muslims   , Innocence of Muslims

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Was Muhammad (P.B.U.H.) Merciful?

 

 

 

The Muslim World League

The Global Program for Introducing the Prophet of Mercy

Aspects of Mercy for Human Beings in the Character of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) Awards

 

 

 

 

 

 

Was Muhammad (P.B.U.H.) Merciful?

 

 

Muhammad Hussam Al-Khateeb

 

 

Translated by: Mujab Imam

 

 

 

    

Contents

 

A Note on the Translation. 5

In the Name of God the Compassionate and Most Merciful Whose Guidance and Help I Ever Seek and Invoke. 11

Preface. 11

Introduction. 13

1. Refuting the Charge of the Sword. 16

2. Western Scholars and the Study of Muhammad’s Character (pbuh)  23

3. The Effects of Heredity and the Environment on the Greatness of the Prophet (pbuh). 32

4. The Secret of Muhammad’s Greatness (pbuh). 35

5. Are Muhammad (pbuh) and Jesus (pbuh) Enemies?. 37

6. Could the Prophet be Considered a Prophet before his Divine Call?  38

Chapter Two.. 43

1. Muhammad and Zaid bin Harithah. 45

2. Muhammad and Rebuilding the Ka’ba by ‘Quraish. 49

3. Enemies Vouch for Muhammad. 50

4. Friends Vouch for Muhammad. 51

Chapter Three. 54

Introducing Muhammad (pbuh). 54

1. His Attributes (pbuh). 54

2. His Complexions (pbuh). 56

3. His Dress (pbuh). 58

4. The Environment He (pbuh) Inhabited. 59

Chapter Four. 62

Aspects of Mercy for Human Beings in the Character of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) After the Divine Call 62

-The School of Mercy. 62

-The Road to Mercy in Muhammad’s School 65

-The Source of Mercy in the School of Muhammad (pbuh). 67

-General Mercy. 70

-The Society of Mercy. 71

-Kinds of Mercy in the School of Muhammad (pbuh). 77

1. His Mercy in Dealing with People. 78

2. His Mercy in Acts of Worship. 86

3. His Mercy with the Elderly. 93

4. His Mercy with Fathers and Mothers. 95

5. His Mercy with Children. 101

6. His Mercy with Kith and Kin. 106

7. His Mercy with Friends. 112

8. His Mercy with Neighbours. 116

9. His Mercy with Slaves and Servants. 119

10. His Mercy with Orphans. 129

11. His Mercy with the Weak, the Poor, the Sick, the Needy and the Calamity Stricken. 132

12. His Mercy in the Face of Death. 147

13. His Mercy with Women. 149

14. His Mercy in Administering Punishments. 162

15. His Mercy with People of Other Faiths. 169

16. His Mercy with his Enemies. 178

17. His Mercy with the Human Mind. 191

18. His Mercy with Animals. 193

Works Cited.. 203

-Primary Sources. 203

Reference Works. 203

 

 

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