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Shaykh Yahya Rhodus, discusses the noble city of Mecca and the darkness it was in, before light entered the city, after the birth of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him).




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How the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ Rose Above Enmity and Insult


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The Epitome Of Mercy - Omar Suleiman | Publication Preview



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Love of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) - Hamza Yusuf


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How the Prophet Muhammad Rose Above Enmity and Insult

A #YaqeenBehindtheScenes look at Sh. Omar Suleiman's publication "How the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ Rose Above Enmity and Insult," which compiles 70 incidences of moral greatness in which Prophet Muhammad ﷺ rose above insult.

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4 Stories That Tell Us Who Prophet Muhammad Really Was!




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Reuniting With Your Loved Ones After Death – Omar Suleiman




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Muhammad the Mentor: Guidance with Compassion



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How to be with the Prophet in Jannah - Omar Suleiman

How to be with the Prophet (salAllahu alayhi wa salam) in Jannah. Take the time to watch this lecture all the way through. It deals with the difficult question of why some people do not feel any sort of love for the Prophet (salAllahu alayhi wa salam) as well as an academic approach to ways we can attain his blessed company in jannatul firdaws.



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5 Tips from Prophet Muhammad on How to Put Out That Fire

People usually get angry for reasons such as frustration, helplessness, injustice, severe pain, etc. Also, some people are more tense by nature.

Something might trigger a reaction as well, such as a family member or friend commenting on something or even for no reason whatsoever.

Once you fall prey to your anger and choose to act out; shouting and perhaps even getting verbally or physically abusive is when things get bad. You choose to give in to your weakness instead of trying to be forbearing. Self-control is key here.

That is why Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) described the true strength of a person as:

The strong person is not he who has physical strength but who can control his anger. (Al-Bukhari)

Why Suppress Your Anger?

Let’s face it, most people choose not to suppress their anger as it is so much easier to just lose it when you get angry. Controlling that fume is so much harder. Let’s explore the benefits though of suppressing that anger; you will realize it is more of a win win situation...




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There is a beautiful story that once when Rasul Allah (s) was going to the masjid with some of his companions, a few children of Madinah stopped him. They said, “O Rasul Allah, you play with your grandchildren.” Rasul Allah (s) often played with his grandchildren, even letting Hasan(ra) and Husayn(ra) ride on his back. Can you imagine any other leader doing so? Normally leaders, especially spiritual leaders, if people look at them with awe and see in them charisma, they try to be somehow different. Yet, Rasul Allah (s) was different by being extremely humble, not different by reducing his contacts and by observing too many protocols. He was different in being more humble than anyone else. His grandchildren would ride on his back and climb on his neck, even when he was in prayer in front of the public. When he was in sajdah they would go on his back.

Thus, these children of Madinah said, “O Rasul Allah (s), you play with your grandchildren, so you must play also with us.” Is there any leader in the world to whom children have access, and, what is more, they can ask him to play with them and then he stops and does so? Rasul Allah (SA) did not say, “Go and ask your grandfather to play with you, or I am busy, I have commitments.” On the contrary, he stopped to play with them and meanwhile sent Bilal(ra) home to get some walnuts. Until Bilal(ra) returned, Rasul Allah (s) played with the children. When Bilal (ra)came, Rasul Allah (SA) offered these walnuts to the children and asked, “Are you happy to take these walnuts and release me?” Which man asks children for permission to carry on his job, especially those who are strangers? They answered, “Yes, we are happy to take these walnuts and let you go,” and then Rasul Allah(s) said, “If sharau bi samananin bi daks darahim madudah: I was sold cheaper than Joseph. They sold Yusuf for a few dirhams, and these people sold me for a few walnuts.”

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Prophet Muhammad’s Example of Anti-Racism

Approximately 1,400 years before the Civil Rights movement in the US and the anti-apartheid campaign in South Africa, the Prophet Muhammad dealt with the issues of xenophobia and prejudice in Saudi Arabia.

In this short piece, I highlight how the Prophet fought against the idea of judging individuals and groups based solely on their skin color and ancestry.

Prophet Muhammad’s anti-racist views are seen in his friendship with Bilal ibn Rabah, a black slave who rose to a leading position within the Muslim community of 7th century Arabia...

http://aboutislam.net/reading-islam/about-muhammad/prophet-muhammads-example-anti-racism/


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5 Reasons Why the Life of the Prophet Muhammad Was Spiritual

4. He Always Accepted His Fate - No Questions Asked

There was never a time when the Prophet Muhammad asked, “Why me?”

When he was put through a test in his life, he didn’t have the attitude that Allah was out to get him.

He always trusted that whatever was happening was for a reason, and that the wisdom of Allah  was greater than his wishes...

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