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The Sealed Nectar

 The Sealed Nectar by Shaykh Safi ur-Rahman

The Impact

The Impact

By Yusuf Estes, Former Christian Preacher

O2. Muhammad r never committed adultery, and he required his followers to engage only in lawful marriage relationships with women, and forbade sex outside of Almighty God's Ordinance.

“Satan threatens you with poverty and orders you to commit evil deeds; whereas Allah promises you Forgiveness from Himself and Bounty, and Allah is All-Sufficient for His creatures' needs, All-Knower.” (Chapter 2, Verse 268)

By Yusuf Estes, Former Christian Preacher

O2. Muhammad r never committed adultery, and he required his followers to engage only in lawful marriage relationships with women, and forbade sex outside of Almighty God's Ordinance.

“Satan threatens you with poverty and orders you to commit evil deeds; whereas Allah promises you Forgiveness from Himself and Bounty, and Allah is All-Sufficient for His creatures' needs, All-Knower.” (Chapter 2, Verse 268)

By Yusuf Estes, Former Christian Preacher

U2. Muhammad r taught people how to deal with the most extreme difficulties and tests that occur throughout our lives. He held that only through patience and a humble attitude would we find true resolution and understanding life's complications and disappointments. He was the most patient of all and was exemplary in his own humbleness. All who knew him had to admit to these virtues.

Muhammad (pbuh) was born in Mecca ( Makkah), Arabia, on Monday, 12 Rabi' Al-Awal (2 August A.D. 570). His mother, Aminah, was the daughter of Wahb Ibn Abdu Manaf of the Zahrah family. His father, 'Abdullah, was the son of Abdul Muttalib. His genealogy has been traced to the noble house of Ishmael, the son of Prophet Abraham in about the fortieth descend. Muhammad's father died before his birth.

Imam Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali Al-Istinshaq

It is related in the Sahihain of al-Bukhari and Muslim, rahimahumallaah, from Anas, radhiallahu `anhu, that the Prophet, sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam, said: "None of you truly believes until I am more beloved to him than his father, his child and all of mankind."

The remarkable circumstances, which led to the victory of Badr, and results, which followed from it, made a deep impression on the minds of the Muslims; the angels of the heaven had battled on their side against their enemies. The division of the spoils created some dissension between the Muslim warriors. For the moment, the Prophet divided it equally among all. Subsequently, a Qur'an revelation laid down a rule for future division of the spoils.

by Akram Zahoor

"This is a message from Muhammad ibn Abdullah, as a covenant to those who adopt Christianity, near and far, we are with them. Verily I, the servants, the helpers, and my followers defend them, because Christians are my citizens; and by Allah! I hold out against anything that displeases them.

No compulsion is to be on them. Neither are their judges to be removed from their jobs nor their monks from their monasteries.

To Each Their Own Religion

Description: Many mistakenly believe that Islam does not tolerate the existence of other religions present in the world. This article discusses some of the foundations the Prophet Muhammad r himself laid in dealing with people of other faiths, with a practical examples from his lifetime.

Part 1: Examples of religious tolerance for people of other faiths found in the constitution which the Prophet r laid in Madinah.

The dealings of the Prophet r with other religions can best be described in the verse of the Qur'an:

By M. Abdulsalam

Religious Autonomy and Politics

Description: Many mistakenly believe that Islam does not tolerate the existence of other religions present in the world. This article discusses some of the foundations the Prophet Muhammad r himself laid in dealing with people of other faiths, with a practical examples from his lifetime.

Part 2: More examples from the Prophet’s life which portray his tolerance of other religions.