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The Impact

The Impact
The Prophet’s Justice

Justice is a noble moral and a magnificent characteristic which is attractive to people, infuses hope in the hearts of the wronged, and for which the unjust pay utmost concern.

By virtue of justice, matters return to their normal and right path, rights are returned to their owners, people are happy and life is rectified. Welfare is present as long as there is justice, and as long as justice is absent people will be miserable.

Justice is a moral of those who are great, a feature of those who are pious, the want of the righteous and the way to success for believers in this worldly life and in the Hereafter. Justice was constituent in the character of the prophets, the righteous, leaders, mentors and above all the seal of the messengers, the master of humans, Muhammad  sallallaahu  `alayhi  wa  sallam ( may  Allah exalt his mention ) enjoyed the greatest share of it. 

Quran The Word of Allaah

The Noble Quran is the eternal miracle of Prophet Muhammad   sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam ( may Allaah exalt his mention ). Every Prophet was supported with a miracle(s) and upon his death it disappeared, except Prophet Muhammad   sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam ( may Allaah exalt his mention )whose miracle remained, preserved and protected, namely the Book of Allaah, His divine revealed Word. Allaah Says (what means): "Falsehood cannot approach it from before it or from behind it." [Quran 41:42]

By Yusuf Estes, Former Christian Preacher

Almost everyone on the earth today is discussing Prophet Muhammad r. People want to know, "Who was he exactly?" "What did he teach?" "Why was he loved so much by some and hated so much by others?" "Did he live up to his claims?" "Was he a holy man? "Was he a Prophet of God?" "What is the truth about this man - Muhammad?"

How can we discover the truth and be totally honest in our judgment?

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Introduction

There is no doubt that each civilization, philosophy and religion has its own distinguishing features. The stronger character of the civilization, and the more profound and comprehensive it is, the greater are its effects on the individual living within its bounds.

The true Muslim is easy on people and not hard, because the attitude of the believer is always to make things easy. This is what Allah wants for His servants:

"…Allah intends every facility for you; He does not want to put you to difficulties.." [Qur’an 2:185]

Therefore the Prophet r encouraged the Muslims to be easy on people, and forbade them to make things difficult:

"Teach and make things easy, do not make them difficult. If any of you becomes angry, let him keep silent." [Al-Bukhari and Muslim]

By Yusuf Estes, Former Christian Preacher

D2. Muhammad r lived in total commitment to the belief that God (Allah in Arabic) was truly One God, and as such, He was to be worshipped alone, without any other "gods" beside Him. This is the very first commandment in the Old Testament (Exodus chapter 20 and Deuteronomy, chapter 5) and in the New Testament as well (Mark, chapter 12, verse 29).

By Yusuf Estes, Former Christian Preacher

H2. Muhammad r upheld the proper worship and ceremonies of his grandfathers, Abraham and Ishmael u. Here is something from the second chapter of the Qur'an. Read closely;

"Recall when Abraham's Lord tested him with Commands, that he fulfilled. Allah said, "Surely, I am going to make you a leader of mankind. (Abraham said) "And my offspring, too." (Allah) said, "My Covenant does not include wrong-doers.

By Yusuf Estes, Former Christian Preacher

K2. Muhammad r was the defender of the orphans and even the newborn children. He ordered the care of orphans and feeding of the poor as the means to enter Paradise and if anyone held back the rights of those who were destitute then they would be severely reckoned on the Day of Judgement. He also forbade the killing of new born girls, as was the custom in Arabia during his time.

The Qur’an refers to this in the following words: