The Prophet Muhammad And His Good Behavior With Non-Muslims

The Prophet Muhammad And His Good Behavior With Non-Muslims:

The dealing of the apostle with the non-muslims

The Messenger of Allah -(Peace be upon him) -was the most beautiful example of mercy, forgiveness, and tolerance with non-Muslims of Mecca, despite the treatment of Quraysh with the messenger and his companions. Here are some examples of his glorious life.

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The dealing of the Messenger of Allah with the Jews of Madinah

The messenger of Allah treated with the Jews with good character. He used to invite them towards the light of Islam whenever he had the opportunity and told them about the corruption and invalidity of other religions.

He said to them, “whoever seeks a faith other than Islam, it will never be accepted from him, and he, in the hereafter, will be among the losers.”

However, they had betrayed the covenants and agreements; the messenger didn’t start the fight against them; he called them to Islam.
As narrated when Ali (bin Abi Talib) was sent to the strongholds and forts of Khaybar, the messenger said to him: “Be patient, Be cool till you reach their battleground, then invite them to Islam, and remind them what they have to do for seeking the happiness of God. By God! Allah guides through you a man is better for you to have red camels.” These are the teachings of the messenger Muhammad peace be upon him.

The guidance of the Prophet Muhammad about justice and his gifts for humanity

Every time he avoided injustice in dealing with the Jews despite the declaration of disintegration from Judaism as a religion, and despite the statement of its invalidity, but it is a recognition of the rights of Jews pledged, and he agreed with keeping them in Medina safe themselves and their money, as stated in the text of the treaty; (The Jews of the sons of Auf are a citizen of Madinah like others with the believers)

There were all rights reserved for the in the Constitution of Medina, including the right to life. No one was killed there, except who had betrayed with the Muslims.
The right to freedom of choice the religion; It was written in the treaty: (Jews have the right to live with their faith, Muslims have the right to live with their religion and their servants too).

In compliance with the saying of God: “No coercion in the matter of religion.” The correct way has become distinct from the erroneous).
The right to protection and defense; The Charter states: “The Jews have to pay their expenses, and the Muslims have to pay their expenses, but the fight is on both the parties against those who fight against the people of this constitution.”

The right to justice; The Charter had stated, “The help of those people who follow us is compulsory without any distinction. As a result, the Messenger of Allah – peace be upon him– judged justly in several cases, even at the expense of the Muslim, as happened in the case of a Jews and Ash’ath bin Qais. The dispute between these two was about the ownership of the land; the land was in Yemen. The messenger gave his judgment in favor of Jews because there was no proof of ownership of Ash’ath.

Besides, the Messenger of Allah- gave the freedom to appeal according to their religion in case of the dispute between the two parties of the Jews.

He did not require them to prosecute according to Islam unless they appealed and tried to solve the matter. Then he governed according to Islamic law, in the light of the verse “(If you judge, judge between them with justice. Surely Allah loves those who do justice.)”

This was all about his justice in favor of Jews and their rights.
It’s also true that justice was not a slave. Everyone had the right to get justice. Whenever the messenger found the Jews guilty, he punished him according to law. That’s why he did not accept any aggression by them. When some of the Jews of Qainuqaa attacked and vowed (planned) to kill the messenger, the messenger took action quickly and ordered to send them outside the city.
When a Jew person assaulted a Muslim woman and tried to uncover her hijab, the messenger ordered to kill him.

When Kaab Bin Ashraf wanted to kill the messenger, the messenger ordered to kill him.
When Banu Quraidha betrayed the covenant, the Prophet ordered to kill their fighters and army. And that was all about justice and according to the law, and the conditions demanded it.

Besides, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) treated them with good conduct. He accepted their gifts and went to their sick and patients and forgave their abusers.

Mufti Muhammad Anas

The companion of Prophet Muhammad and their greatness

The companion of Prophet Muhammad and their greatness:

This is clear that the companions of Our beloved Prophet Muhammad was not like us. Wherever we may reach but they were better than us. This is so open that nobody can deny it. We shall be better off, We may fly in the air, reach the sky, we may find life after death hundred times but we shall not be a companion.

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We are not able to reach companions

Where can we find that eye who saw the beauty of the prophet Muhammad?

Where can we find the ears that had heard the words of the prophecy?

Yes, where should we bring the heart from that got life from breathes of Muhammad ?

Where do we bring those brains who were illuminated from the Holy Spirit?

Where do we bring the hand that once touched the holy body of HIM and did not lose the perfumi smell throughout all the ages?

Where do we bring the feet that were infected in the company of Muhammad?

Where do we bring that time when the heavens came down to the earth?

Where would we bring the earth that was illuminated by the leadership of Muhammad and was headed by Muhammad?

Where would we bring a concert (assembly) where the glass of blessings of both world used to fill with the holy wine and the slogan of “We want More” was sung by HIS lovers ?

Where would we find the scene of saying “I saw God with the eyes of head?

Where do we bring that meeting where all were as like as the birds are on their heads?

Where would we bring the Presidential Palace to which the signs were addressed by the words The beautiful Man who are sitting there?

How would we bring that shameem Anbar (one kind of perfume) that used to forbid the mid-night dream to see the beloved?

How do we bring the Imaan (believe) that was gained by losing the world?

How do we bring the deeds  that used to measured by prophecy?

How do we bring the manners that were used to decorate the mirror of Prophet?

Where would we bring the colors that were coated in the furnace of “Sibghatallah” (the color of Allah)?

How would we get the acts that killed the strangers?

Where do we bring the prayers that were leaded by the prophets?

How can we become a group of saints whose chief was the leader of apostles?

After all these virtues if the companions are evil then we are worst evil than them.

We may abuse these companions a million bad things, but if we check our conscience we will know that only those were the human according to the definition of humanity.

By Allama Binnauri

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There is a man known as the last prophet who is our best teacher, our best guide.

Through His life we learn many things as to have a life which is better for both world this and that.

Muhammad; The Hadi

He is the most trusted person to solve all the problems, to see answer where a person lie on this earth or the world after the death and many more, which is many times better that a mother or teacher or a doctor. tell us. As a Muslim we should grow our interest more in knowing about His way of living and this should be our priority to raise the level of Islam.

Muhammad; The Basheer And The Nadeer

Allah send him as a messenger and through His life Allah has reflected that to be an ideal Muslim we must follow him. We know that he struggled for establishing the true religion Islam. It was too kind that he forgave a women who ate his uncle’s heart.

To have a doubt in trusting a person having as amazing personality would be the biggest mistake but unfortunately due to lack of knowledge, different languages, not having a proper system to protect the real matter or because of some silly people the real things are not present at this time which Muhammad (saw) gave the lesson to move on the right path. But through Quran it is still reaching in the people’s heart.

This is the reason that even today there is a large number of Islamic books in India who called him as antim rishi or in Sanskrit vaidh he has treated as the kalki avatar. From this discussion it is clear that he is not only perfect man for Islam he is also perfect for the whole world’s religion.

He set an example by completing his responsibility through love and affection. He made a place in human’s heart and he is a true example of humanity and the world saw this with his eyes and felt a change i.e. change in thinking or change in the heart.

Their heart fulfilled with the light of truth and the light of Islam. We would like to explain The Nazm e Hayat or the introduction of Islam. Through this we would first seek the answer that how a human can live a systematic life i.e. from the Islamic point of view. Who would decide the method of living and whom we should follow for practice implantation?

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Muhammad, the last prophet, The evidence of His prophethood

Muhammad, the last prophet, is known as the prophet of Muslims but that is not true because He (the prophet) was sent to the entire mankind not only muslims, not only jews not only christians.

In fact, He was an awaited prophet. Here are some quotes from Bible the holy books, for examples, in which we can see simply that He was sent to the entire mankind as a bearer of good news and as a warner.

“I (God) will raise them up a Prophet from among their brethren, like unto thee (Moses), and will put my words in his mouth; and he shall speak unto them all that I shall command him.” (Deuteronomy 18:18)

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‘And he (Ishmael) shall dwell in the presence of all his brethren.’ (Genesis 16:12)

‘And he (Ishmael) died in the presence of all his brethren.’ (Genesis 25:18)

“I will raise them up a Prophet from among their brethren, like unto thee, and will put my words in his mouth; and he shall speak unto them all that I shall command him” (Deuteronomy 18:18)

“The LORD thy God will raise up unto thee a Prophet from the midst of thee, of thy brethren, like unto me; unto him ye shall hearken.” (Deuteronomy 18:15)

“And it shall come to pass, [that] whosoever will not hearken unto my words which he shall speak in my name, I will require [it] of him.” (in some translations: “I will be the Revenger”. (Deuteronomy 18:19)

John 14:16  “And I will pray the Father, and he shall give you another Comforter, that he may abide with you forever.” (American Standard Version)

There was a Christian monk, known as Buhaira who recognized Muhammad’s prophethood (PBUH) when He was still young and told His uncle:

“…a great fortune lies before your nephew, so take him home quickly.”

Waraqah ibn Nawfal, a Christian scholar who died soon after a solitary meeting with Muhammad attested “Muhammad is the Prophet of his time and He received revelation exactly like Moses and Jesus.”

The Jews of Medina were anxiously awaiting the arrival of a prophet. Abdullah ibn Salam and Mukhayriq, their two famous Jewish rabbis, were the great example of His prophethood.

  There were two Yemeni Jewish rabbis, Wahb ibn Munabbih, and Ka’b al-Ahbar (d. 656 CE).  Ka’b found long passages of praise and the description of the Prophet prophesied  by Moses in the Bible.

Prophet Muhammad And His Behavior With Non-Muslims, Mushrikeen

Prophet Muhammad And His Behavior With Non-Muslims (Jews and Mushrikeen) Here we’ll discuss this topic.

The dealing of Apostle with the non-Muslims of mecca

The Messenger of Allah – peace be upon him -was the finest example of mercy, forgiveness and tolerance with non-Muslims of Mecca, despite the treatment of Quraysh with the messenger and his companions.

Prophet Muhammad And His Behavior With Non-Muslims, Mushrikeen

Prophet Muhammad And His Behavior With Non-Muslims, Mushrikeen

The messenger of Allah did neither take any kind of revenge from non-Muslims of mecca nor told any word that humiliates them however they did what they could from torturing, beating, humiliating and many more acts that not suit to mankind.

Not only with the messenger but also with his followers whether he was from Mecca or outside the mecca like Abu Dhar Ghifari. There was an unannounced war against them and it went on till they left Mecca.

But the truth is that the condition forced them to leave Mecca. Although the messenger left his hometown and birthplace, the kuffar followed him to kill. Not only that but they started a fight against Muslims and fought several years in the city. They used to go to the border of Madinah city and challenged the Muslim persons to fight.

All these went on for several years but the messenger used to order his followers not to answer them. He faced all these acts but he did not avenge them when he entered Mecca but was at the height of humbleness.

Abdullah bin Abu Bakr said: The Messenger of Allah went to Dhee Tuwa, stood on his camel. He was entering in mecca and his head was bowed and bend, even his chin almost to touch the mode of nomads and almost his beard touched the back of the nomads because of the intensity of humbling to God. He performed Umrah reciting soorah Al-fat’h. After that, he said Allahu Akbar many times in its corners.

Then he went out to find the infidels of the Quraish who were waiting for his rule in them. He saw them. The horror was eating their hearts was consumed, and their limbs were trembled because of fear. They would remember the works they had done wrong in the past and they would wait for the penalty.

But the Messenger of Allah, the messenger of peace -peace be upon him – put forward wisdom on anger, amnesty on revenge, and compassion on torment, he pardoned all of them and released them without any penalty.