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Muhammad(P) & Lies

Sunday, March 30th, 2014

Muhammad(P) & Lies

M S M Saifullah

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Last Modified: 1st September 1999

 


Assalamu-alaikum wa rahamatullahi wa barakatuhu:

On 9 Jun 1997, Jeremiah McAuliffe wrote:

> Jochen Katz was asked:

> There was also a question in my post Jochen, can’t you answer it? Who
> do you say Muhammad was? Tell us. I’ve asked you this question a
> number of times. You’ve never answered it.

Actually this question has been answered by the pals of Jochen a few centuries ago. And Jochen will not answer this because his motive is “Inter-Faith Dialogue”. But let me help Jochen and others out of this “Inter-Faith Dialogue”. Most of us may not have heard the word Maometis derived from Mahomet. the word Maometis means The number of the beast, i.e., 666 stuff . When the Christian polemics started a few centuries ago strong vituperative language was poured out upon Muhammad(P) headed by Maracci, Prideaux and others. The word Mahoun and Mahound means Muhammad, imagined in the middle ages to be a pagan God. In Scottish this word means the devil.[1]

We have to agree with the Orientalist W Montgomery Watt when he says:

Of all the world’s greatest men none has been so much maligned as Muhammad. It is easy to see how this has come about. For centuries Islam was the great enemy of Christendom, for Christendom was in direct contact with no other organized states comparable in power to the Muslims. The Byzantine empire, after losing its provinces in Syria and Egypt, was being attacked in Asia Minor, while Western Europe was threatened through Spain and Sicily. Even before the Crusades focused attention on the expulsion of the Sarcens from the Holy Land, medieval war-propaganda, free from the restraints of factuality was building up a conception of ‘the great enemy’. At one point Muhammad was transformed into Mahound, the prince of darkness. By the eleventh century the idea about Islam and Muslims current in the crusading armies were such travesties that they had a bad effect on morale. The crusaders had been led to expect the worst of their enemies, and, when they found many chivalrous knights among them, they were filled with distrust for the authorities of their own religion.[2]

A few centuries ago the Prophet(P) was called the pagan God, the number of the beast i.e., the devil. This was the work of those Holy Ghost inspired Christians. These Christians also said that the Prophet(P) was a Child Molester, a Keeper of Harem and an anti-Christ. The great lies of the Crusades against the Prophet(P) and Muslims can even be seen in the so-called classics The Adventures Of Don Quixote.

Coming back to the modern age, we will still find Christians like Jochen calling the Prophet(P) Child Molester although in a politically correct language. Go to Hyde Park Speakers’ Corner (London, UK) on Sunday and you will find Christian fundamentalists calling Allah, the Moon god and repeating the same age old polemics like the Prophet(P) was a Child Molester, a Keeper of Harem and an anti-Christ. Basically, nothing has changed from then till today. The “Crusades” are still there although wrapped up in a deceptive way. So do not get fooled by Jochen’s “Inter-Faith Dialogue” or “Christian-Muslim Understanding”. All these are lies and damn lies. Being on the soc.religion.islam for more than two and half years, I can testify that.

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Are we true to the Holy Prophet’s Mohammad teachings?

Saturday, June 8th, 2013

IINA
4/15/2013

This is the column by eminent Arab media figure and Editor in Chief of Saudi Gazette newspaper Khaled AlMaeena on Prophet Muhammad (peace  be upon him), published by Saudi Gazette today.

Not a day passes without some depressing news from one Muslim country or another. Either it is a terrorist attack in Afghanistan or the Syrian Air Force bombing its own people. Iraq continues to be hit with violence of the most gruesome kind. Mali now joins the list of Muslim countries facing internal turmoil and external intervention. People continue to be killed in Pakistan either in drone attacks by the US or in inter-sectarian strife. Why?

I think no one who reflects on the worsening conditions in the Muslim world can fail to ask these questions: Is this the community envisaged by Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), who was born on 12 Rabi Al-Awwal, and is this the world we would have witnessed if Muslims had proved true to their religion and had lived according to the guidance provided by their Prophet (peace be  upon him) and the teachings of the Holy Qur’an?

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The Prophet’s Mohammad Wisdom in Leading His Companions

Saturday, June 8th, 2013

Mohsen Haredy
5/18/2013

 

Human resources experts say that successfully leading a small group of people is not an easy task.

Imagine for a moment the challenge Prophet Muhammad  faced when he established the foundations of the first Muslim community first in Makkah, then in Madinah.

 

When Islam started to gain publicity, the few people who had embraced it in Makkah formed the nucleus of the first Muslim community. This small community was put to persecution at the hands of the people of Quraysh.

The Prophet  had to do something about this challenging situation. When the persecution intensified, he asked some of them to leave Makkah and migrate to Abyssinia where its king, Negus, gave them protection and welcomed them in his country. As a responsible leader, the Prophet  had a serious concern for his followers’ safety and he took wise measures to ensure that at least some of them were safe, far away from danger.

After the death of the Prophet’s wife, Khadijah, and his uncle, Abu Talib, the persecution of the Prophet  and his companions in Makkah increased, and his personal safety was at risk as the tribes joined hands to kill him. At that point, God commanded the Prophet  to leave Makkah and migrate to Madinah where he started a new phase in establishing the new Muslim state.

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What do you know about prophet Mohammed peace upon him?

Friday, September 21st, 2012

As Salaam Ailekum,

It’s a request of each and every person read till end

The best leader of the world……

The best commander of the world…..

The best solider of the world….

The best Judge of the world……

The best lawyer of the world……

The best physician of the world….

The best thinker of the world…

The best and the only Perfect man ok the world….

The person who affected the humanity most at every level

                                PROPHET MUHAMMAD (P.B.U.H)

Some saying from that personality:

A strong man is not he who defeats his adversary by wrestling, but a strong man is he who controls himself at the time of anger.
     The Prophet Mohammed (may God bless him and grant him peace)

Two friends are like two hands, one of which washes the other.
     The Prophet Mohammed (may God bless him and grant him peace)

By Him in Whose hand my soul is, a man does not believe till he likes for his brother what he likes for himself.
     The Prophet Mohammed (may God bless him and grant him peace)

Avoid envy, for envy devours good deeds just as fire devours fuel.
     The Prophet Mohammed (may God bless him and grant him peace)

Among the best of you [are they] who have the best character.
     The Prophet Mohammed (may God bless him and grant him peace)

God does not look at your forms and possessions, but He looks at your hearts and your deeds.
     The Prophet Mohammed (may God bless him and grant him peace)

                                                              Quran says: in SurahAhzab(33) verse45-46

Allah and His Angles send blessings on the Prophet: O you that believe ! you send blessings on him, and salute him with all respect.

         BIOGRAPHY OF PROPHET MUHAMMAD (P.B.U.H)

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Last Sermon of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

Sunday, July 29th, 2012

This sermon was delivered on the Ninth Day of Islamic month of Dhul-Hijjah Year 632 A.C (10 A.H.) in the ‘Uranah valley of Mount Arafat’ in Mecca
After praising and thanking Allah the Prophet (saws) said:
“O People, lend me an attentive ear, for I know not whether after this year I shall ever be amongst you again. Therefore listen to what I am saying very carefully and take these words to those who could not be present here today.
O People, just as you regard this month, this day, this city as Sacred, so regard the life and property of every Muslim as a sacred trust. Return the goods entrusted to you to their rightful owners. Hurt no one so that no one may hurt you. Remember that you will indeed meet your Lord, and that he will indeed reckon your deeds. Allah has forbidden you to take usury (interest), therefore all interest obligations shall henceforth be waived. Your capital is yours to keep. You will neither inflict nor suffer any inequity. Allah has judged that there shall be no interest and that all the interest due to Abbas ibn ‘Abd’al Muttalib [the Prophet’s uncle] be waived.

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2 proofs of prophethood

Sunday, July 29th, 2012

All praise and gratitude is to Allah – our Creator, Provider and the Maintainer of all the worlds.

Muslims believe that Muhammad (may Allah’s blessings and peace be upon him) was the final prophet of God, sent to the whole of mankind to call the people to worship The Creator alone, and show praise and gratitude to Him. The following are some proofs of his Prophethood.
1 . Muhammad (may Allah’s blessings and peace be upon him) was raised illiterate, unable to read or write, and remained like that till his death. Among all his people, he was known as being truthful and trustworthy. Before receiving revelation, he had no prior knowledge of Religion or any previously sent Message. He remained like that for his first forty years. Revelation then came to Muhammad with the Qur’an that we have in our hands today. This Qur’an mentioned most of the accounts found in the previous scriptures, telling us about these events in the greatest detail as if he witnessed them. These accounts came precisely as they were found in the Torah sent down to Moses and in the Gospel sent down to Jesus.
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Prophet Mohammd .. Quraysh In A Fix

Monday, July 23rd, 2012

Quraysh In A Fix

As the enmity of persecutors increased, so did the number of the Prophets followers (May Allah be pleased with them). The Quraysh were baffled at how to stop the people from taking the Prophet peace be upon him and his teachings seriously; at how to make them hold aloof to him and thus finally disregard him. Mecca was a commercial center frequented by tribes people from far and near and during the Hajj, or when it is about to draw near, a plethora of them were to come again. The people coming to Mecca had somehow to be kept at a distance from the Prophet peace be upon him, lest they should hear his sermons and digest his words, or that they may contemplate or reflect and meditate upon them. They went to Walid Ibn Al-Mughira, who was old and a man of standing, to seek his advice. He said, O people of Quraysh, the time of Hajj has come around when delegations of the Arabs will come here. They have all heard about this man (the Prophet ), so agree upon a common ground hence you do not contradict one another and each one of you says the same thing. Different suggestions were put forward but Walid was not satisfied. At last, he was asked to suggest some way out. Thereupon he said, The most convincing thing in my opinion would be that all of you present him as a sorcerer. You should say that he has brought a message through which he creates a rift between fathers and sons, or where brothers fall out from brothers, as well as husbands part ways with their wives and that families break up under his influence.

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Prophet Mohammd and Beginning Of Persecution

Monday, July 23rd, 2012

Beginning Of Persecution

The Prophet of God peace be upon him preached Islam openly in the streets of Mecca, yet the Quraysh remained cool and indifferent to him; neither did they turn against him nor did they ever feel that their Religion was at stake. They did not even care to refute the Prophet peace be upon him but when he started talking critically of their gods, they felt offended and decided to rebuke him. Muhammad peace be upon him would have been at the mercy from the radicals of the merchants republic of Mecca, but Abu Talib, the Prophet’s uncle, continued to treat him kindly and stood up in his defense. And, the Prophet peace be upon him, equally determined to actively propagate his new faith, continued to call the people to Islam. Nothing could stop the Prophet peace be upon him from preaching the commands of his God, in the same way that nothing could also dissuade Abu Talib to waive his protection from the nephew he so loved more than his sons.

ABU TALIBS ANXIETY

The Prophet peace be upon him was now the much-talked about problem among the Quraysh. They conferred and consulted one another how to face the danger that the Prophet peace be upon him with his sweet tongue portended before them. At last, the leading men of the Quraysh approached Abu Talib and said to him, O Abu Talib, you are old and we hold you in high esteem. We had asked you to restrain your nephew but you did nothing. By God, we cannot tolerate any longer that our fathers should be denounced, that we should be labeled ignoramuses and frivolous and our gods insulted. Either you must stop him or we will fight both of you, until one of us perishes. (Ibn Hisham, Vol. I, pp. 256-66)

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The Birth of Prophet Mohammd (PUH)

Monday, July 23rd, 2012

ABDALLAH AND AMINA

Abdul Muttalib, chieftain of the Quraysh, had ten sons who were all worthy and outstanding, but Abdullah was the noblest and most prominent among them. (Ibn Hisham, Vol. I, p. 108) Abdul Muttalib wedded him to Amina, the daughter of Wahb Ibn Abdu Munaf, who was the leading man of Bani Zuhra. She (Amina) was the most excellent woman among the Quraysh in birth and stature at that time. (Ibn Hisham, Vol. I, p. 110)

Muhammad peace be upon him was born after the death of his father. Before his birth, Amina witnessed many an omen foretelling a great future for her son. (Ibn Hisham, Vol. I, p. 158)

BIRTH OF THE PROPHET peace be upon him

The Prophet peace be upon him was born on Monday, the 12th of Rab’i-ul Awwal (1) in the year of the Elephant. Certainly, it was the most auspicious day in the history of mankind.

Thus, Muhammad peace be upon him was the son of Abdullah Ibn Abdul Muttalib, Ibn Hashim, Ibn Abdul Munaf, Ibn Qusayy, Ibn Kilab, Ibn Murra, Ibn Kab Ibn Luayy, Ibn Ghalib, Ibn Fihr, Ibn Malik, Ibn al-Nadr, Ibn Kinana, Ibn Khusayma, Ibn Mudrika, Ibn Ilyas, Ibn Mudar Ibn Nizar Ibn Maadd, Ibn Adnan.

The parentage of Adnan is further traced to Ismail Ibn Ibrahim peace be upon him(2) by Arab genealogists. After the birth of Muhammad peace be upon him Amina sent someone to inform his grandfather. He came, looked at the baby lovingly and took him to the Kaba where he praised Allah and prayed for the infant. Abdul Muttalib then gave him the name Muhammad, which means, He who is praised. The Arabs were surprised at the unfamiliar name (3) given to the newborn babe by Abdul Muttalib. (Ibn Hisham, pp. 159-60)

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One Hundred Weak or Fabricated Traditions (attributed to the Prophet) famous among Khatibs and Speakers

Thursday, July 19th, 2012

One Hundred

Weak or Fabricated Traditions

(attributed to the Prophet)

famous among Khatibs and Speakers

Compiled by Shaykh Ihsan Al-‘Utaibi (May Allah preserve him)

1 – ((Whosoever Worship/Prayer does not prohibit him from the excessive and the disapproved, has no increase from Allah except of distance.)) and in another narration: ((then he has not Worshiped/Prayed)). Al-Dhahabi said: Ibn Al-Junaid said: a lie and falsehood. And Al-Hafiz Al-Iraqi said: its chain is loose/soft (Layin), and Al-Albani said: void and false (Baatil) from both its chain (Sanad) and its text (Matn). “Meezaan Al-I’tidaal” (3/293), “Takhreej Al-Ihyaa” (1/143), “Al-Silsilah Al-Da’eefa” (2/985)

2 – ((Talking in the mosque devours good works as cattle devour grass)), and in another narration: ((Talking in the mosque devours good works as fire devour wood)). Al-Hafiz Al-Iraqi said: I found no base for it. Abdulwahab ibn Taqi Al-din Al-Subki said: I found no chain for it, and Al-Albani said: It is baseless (La Asla Lah). “Takhreej Al-Ihyaa” (1/136), “Tabaqaat Al-Shafi’ya” by Al-Subki (4/145), “Al-Da’eefa” (4)

3 – ((Conduct yourself in this world, as if you are here to stay forever; prepare for eternity as if you have to die tomorrow)). Al-Albani said: Cannot be traced directly to the Prophet (La Yasih Marfu’) i.e. not authentic of the prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him). “Al-Da’eefa” (8)

4 – ((I am the grandfather [forefather] of every pious person)). Al-Suyuti said: I do not know it, and Al-Albani said: It is baseless (La Asla Lah). “Al-H’awi” by Al-Suyuti (2/89), “Al-Da’eefa” (9)

5 – ((I was only sent as a teacher)). Al-Iraqi said: its chain is weak, and Al-Albani said: Weak (Da’eef). “Takhreej Al-Ihyaa” (1/11), “Al-Da’eefa” (11)

6 – ((Allah Almighty and Exalted told the lower world, Serve the one who serves Me and tire the one who serves you)). Al-Albani said: Fabricated (Mawdu’). “Tanzeeh Al-Sharee’a” by Al-Kinani (2/303), “Al-Fawaid Al-Majmoo’a” by Al-Shawkani (712), “Al-Da’eefa” (12)

7 – ((Beware of the green dung (khadra’ al-diman). It was asked: What is the green dung? He said: The beautiful woman with an evil origin)). Al-Iraqi said: Weak, and it was also weakened by ibn Al-Mulqin. Al-Albani said: Very Weak. “Takhreej Al-Ihyaa” (2/42), “Al-Da’eefa” (14)

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