Free Essays on The Holy Prophet Pbuh

  1. Prophet Muhammed Saw

    Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was born in Mecca on Monday, Rabi-al-Awwal 12, 53 BH, or December 9, 571 AD, 50 days after the attack of Abrah, the ruler of Yemen, with his army of elephants on Ka'aba (as described in Holy Qura'n in Surah Feel -- Chapter Elephant). He belonged to the clan of Hashim. Banu Hashim...

  2. Prophet Muhammed(Pbuh)

    HAZRAT MUHAMMAD (SAW) PROPHET MUHAMMAD (SAW) • Holy Prophet was born in 571 A.D 22nd April. • Father’s name, Hazat Abdullah. • Mother’ Name, Hazrat Amna. • Maternal Grand Father’s name Wahib bins Abdul Munnaf. • Maternal Grandmother, Batarah. • Real name of Abdu Mutalib was Shaba. • Grandmother...

  3. The Prophet Muhammad Leadership Styles Essay

    “leadership is about influencing others towards a common goal.” According to Michael Hart (1978) book ‘The 100: He listed Muhammad (peace be upon him-PBUH) as the most influential individual in the history because he “was the only man in history who was supremely successful on both the religious and secular...

  4. How the Holy Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.W) Looked Like

    The Holy Prophet Muhammad’s (saw) Kindness to Children [pic] And we have sent thee not but as a mercy for all peoples (Chapter 21, verse 108) The Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw), had many extraordinary characteristics, one being Rah-mit-ul-ala-meen, or, merciful to the peoples. The Holy Prophet...

  5. Life in Madinah of Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H)

     Life in Madinah of Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) Masjid-e- Nabwi The first significant event after the migration of Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) was the construction of the mosque of the Prophet. It not only acted as a spiritual centre for worship, but also the political and military headquarters...

  6. Shah

    be enabled to order their lives in the individual and collective spheres in accordance with the teachings and requirements of Islam as set out in the Holy Quran and the Sunnah; Wherein adequate provision shall be made for the minorities to profess and practice their religions and develop their cultures;...

  7. The Life of Khadija (Sa)

    for a trustworthy and honest man on whom she could rely completely with her capital for business. When Hazrat Khadija (SA) became interested in Prophet Muhammad (SAW), he was 25-years-old and already quite well-known for his integrity and honesty besides his outstanding quality as an exceptionally...

  8. Does Islam Promote Terrorism

    throughout Europe for centuries; wouldn't you say that those religions were violent? When the Protestants broke away from the Roman Catholic Church, the Holy Roman Emperor tried to force them back (Reformation), the Inquisition, etc. The crusades who fought against Muslims, pagan Slavs, Russian and Greek...

  9. The Issues on Women's Right

    possessions, they weren’t able to choose who they could marry, no law protecting their honor and dignity, no protection against abuse. The prophet Muhammad (pbuh) could have been considered feminist by people of his times because of the extreme improvements he brought to the women of his times. Today...

  10. Man a Wonderful Creation

    duty that mankind owes to Allah, those who can afford the journey…..Quran 3 : 96 – 97 Prophet Ibraheem was ordered by Allah to leave his wife Hajra and infant son Ismail in the desert of Makkah. He and his son Prophet Ismail built Kaaba under the command of Al Mighty Allah. Visitors to Kaaba have been ...

  11. modesty in islam

    Prophet Muhammad Muslims believe that Mohammad is the last and final Messenger of God to be sent to humanity. He was sent to complete the mission of the previous Messengers (including Abraham, Moses, Jesus and others) of calling people to believing in God and following the guidance and teachings of...

  12. muslim countries qatar

    Q-HOW DID ISLAM REACH THIS COUNTRY? ANS: Islam reached Qatar a long time ago With the spread of Islam in Qatar, the prophet Muhammad (pbuh) sent his first military envoy, Al Ala Al-Hadrami, to Al-Mundhir Ibn Sawa Al-Tamimi, the ruler of Bahrain, which extended from the coast of...

  13. Uses and abuses of mobile cameras

    UNIT: 1 The Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) Q1) When and where was our Holy Prophet (SAW) born? Ans: Our Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) was born at Makkah in 571 AD. Q2) Why did people call him “Amin” and “Sadiq”? Ans: People called him “Amin” and “Sadiq” because he was always honest...

  14. What Exactly Education Is?

    like reading one half of a book. Having worldly knowledge helps one to appreciate and understand Allah’s Creation, His attributes, His Word and His Prophet. Acquiring religious knowledge helps us live better according to Allah’s commandments. Both interrelate. Islam, being the true religion, encourages...

  15. “Do the Right Thing” Divine Command Theory-Moral Egoism Heaven, Hell, and Religion

    is in the water under the earth.' 3. 'You shall not take the name of the LORD your God in vain.' 4. 'Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.' 5. 'Honor your father and your mother.' 6. 'You shall not murder.' 7. You shall not commit adultery.' 8. You shall not steal.'...

  16. The Gift of the Holy Spirit

    Old Testament ,it was believed that only certain people, such as prophets and Kings could possess the Spirit of God.This was a strong and life giving Spirit when one consider the lives of the likes of Eli the seer,Samuel the seer and prophet,,Saul the first king of Israel,king David, Samson the Nazarene...

  17. Attributes

    Sincerity The Prophet (pbuh) was sincere and honest in all his matters, as God had ordered him. Allah, the Exalted, says: "Say, Indeed, my prayer, my rites of sacrifice, my living and my dying are for God, Lord of the worlds. No partner has He. And this I have been commanded and I am the first (among...

  18. Understanding Jihad

    to discuss the meaning and importance of Jihad compared with the other duties and obligations of a Muslim. The word Jihad is not synonymous with "Holy War" which is what the Western media wants everyone to believe. After four decades of Cold War, the Western powers suddenly found themselves without...

  19. The Lives of Jesus and Muhammad - Paper

    faith tracing their origins to a common ancestry in the patriarch Abraham. These monotheistic religions center on the lives, teachings, and deaths of prophets considered chosen through revelation by their respective god. More than 500 years separate the time Jesus and Muhammad walked the earth, though from...

  20. The Prophet of Islam

     Humanities 101 research paper 7/7/14 In 570 C.E Muhammad (PBUH), the Prophet and Messenger of Islam, was born in the city of Mecca located in present day Saudi Arabia. A short while after his birth, his mother Aminah sent him to the desert with a well known family where the air is clean and where...

  21. The Barnabas

    Survived 6. Unitarianism in the Bible II 7. Mohammad in the Bible 8. Jesus in the Bible 9. Facts About Other Gospels Veracity in the Gospel 10. The Holy Prophet Mohammad Foretold in Ancient Scriptures. What Christian Authorities Say 11. about The Myth of God IncarnateGospel masked in Greek Philosophy. 12...

  22. The Importance of Salat and Its Effects

    Importance of Salat and its Effects. The Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be on him) advised his followers that offering the required prayers at their proper times is especially pleasing to Allah. Some sayings of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be on him) concerning prayer...

  23. Holy Wars

    the Holy Wars that have taken place throughout history were sanctioned by God himself, or rather just the works of men who felt the need to take innocent lives to satisfy their own greed. In the words of American comedian Steve Allen “If there is a God, the phrase that must disgust him is - holy war...

  24. ddnnd

    conveys knowledge of God. Examples could include God speaking to Moses through the burning bush or the Angel Jibril speaking the Qur’an to the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). Experience of God implies a direct sensory experience. Visions, voices and the ‘numinous’ experience St Teresa of Avila had intense and...

  25. Annual Day speech

    college/university presentation. Prensentation Finish... 2. NAAT... Now we'll have our religious ceremony. Our beloved Holy Prophet (PBUH). The life of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) was a life of grand success. In his high moral qualities, his spiritual power, his high resolve, the excellence and perfection...

  26. The Holy Trinity

    Articles of Religion. [pic] A Table of the Articles |1.   Of Faith in the Holy Trinity. |21.   Of the Authority of General Councils. | |2.   Of Christ the Son of God. |22.   Of Purgatory. ...

  27. Types and Symbols of the Holy Spirit

    Types and Symbols of the Holy Spirit in the Bible and Jewish Culture Deborah Vance (Isosaki) Professor Nora Lozano THEO 4390 Baptist University of the Americas 3 December, 2013 Abstract The Bible is full...

  28. The Importance of Salah

    evils which subsist around us. According to the Holy Qur’an, Namaz keeps you away from indecency and wickedness. This is why Salah is portrayed as a “remembrance” to the Almighty Allah. Salah helps to wash away our sins. To relate, Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) once questioned his followers “If there was a...

  29. prophet mohammad childhood

    PROPHET MUHAMMAD (PBUH) When we talk about an important person in our life , that means we talk about person who has left a positive impression on the people who live with him and also on other people who live do not live . This person made everything in his capacity and by all strengths have...

  30. History of Islam in Britain

    Mohammed (PBUH) introduced Islam in the world of Arabia. The believers of the Islam are called Muslims, who believe there is not god "but Allah" and He is the creator of the whole universe including living BEINGS and non-living things. An Arabic book for the guidance of Muslims was revealed called Holy Koran...

  31. Wedding

    red. The bride’s gown is very elaborate, as are her veil and jewelry. Men wear a distinctive traditional turban. After wedding vows are exchanged, the Holy Quran is held over the new bride’s head as she joins her husband’s family. The official paperwork is signed in the presence of an Islamic priest and...

  32. Khadija the Prophet Muhammad Wife

    Khadija Prophet Muhammad Wife (Peace be upon them) In my religion Islam, many women played important roles for the rising of the religion. Among all of those women the most important and greatest woman is Khadija (peace be upon her) the prophet Mohammed (PBUH) first wife. Khadija had...

  33. Celebraing Eid-E-Milad-Un-Nabwi Salalahoalaihiwasalam

    birth of our holy prophet (S.A.W) were 1) Those things that are haram and not allowed, are explicitly mentioned in the holy Quran. 2) Occasions of joy are celebrated in Islam, and what more occasion of joy for a momin, than the birth of oyr beloved prophet (S.A.W)? 3) When out holy prophet was born,...

  34. The Prophets Of Allah

    The Prophets of Allah (swt) Summary Sayyidina Adam and his wife Eve Sayyidina Adam was the first prophet of Islam and the first human being. Allah (swt) made Adam of clay, modeled him with His own hands and gave him his soul. When Adam was created, the angels were ordered to bow down before him. All...

  35. Kalki Avtar of Hindu Religion(Very Interesting Article)

    Acceptation Of Holy Prophet Muhammad(PBUH) Existence In Hindu's Holy Books Acceptation Of Holy Prophet Muhammad(PBUH) Existence In Hinu's Holy Books Pundit Vedaprakash Upadhyay, a Hindu professor, in his stunning book claims that the description of the" Avatar" found in the Holy books of the Hindu...

  36. Prophet Muhammad (Saw) the Ideal Character of Human Being !

    [pic] Today one in every five persons of the world believes Muhammad (pbuh) as the last messenger of Allah (pbuh) and millions of others are continuing to bear testimony to this fact…..Yaqeen ul Haq Ahmad Sikander writes. Ever since dawn of the civilization, mankind has witnessed the emergence...

  37. Christianity vs Islam

    Muslims believe all of God's prophets, who include Abraham, Noah, Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad brought the same message of pure Monotheism. For this reason, the Prophet Muhammad was not the founder of a new religion, as many mistakenly think, but he was the Final Prophet of Islam. The Qur'an, the Muslim...

  38. Jesus-Mohammad Contrast

    carry the son of God, though she had never known a man sexually. In Luke, the angle said, “The Holy Ghost shall com upon thee, and the power of the Highest shall overshadow thee: therefore also that holy thing which shall be born of thee shall be called the Son of God.” 1 We know, through Biblical...

  39. Introduction to the New Testament

    by the Holy Spirit, and that they are therefore absolutely trustworthy and authoritative accounts of the life of our Lord.” To defend his position Berkhof list but a few passages from scriptures that support his position. • As for those that admit the inspiration of the Old Testament Prophets, but deny...

  40. Why Is Muhammad (Pbuh) Important to Muslims?

    Why is Muhammad (pbuh) important to Muslims? Muhammad (pbuh) is extremely important to Muslims all around the world, and a sacred symbol for the Islamic religion. Pbuh stands for ‘peace be upon him’. This abbreviation is added along with his name all around the world as a sign of respect for him....

  41. Does the Office of the Prophet Still Exist Today?

    DOES THE OFFICE OF THE PROPHET STILL EXIST TODAY? By Wonah Moses (+2348033367813) Reg. No: PTS/Dip/2012/035/3A INTRODUCTION My simple answer to the question above is yes! Who is a Prophet? From the Scripture, we see that Prophets were the men called by God to speak on behalf of God. In other...

  42. Saudi Arabia Law

    Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a sovereign Arab Islamic State. Its religion is Islam. Its constitution is Almighty God's Book, The Holy Qur'an, and the Sunna (Traditions) of the Prophet (PBUH). Arabic is the language of the Kingdom. The City of Riyadh is the capital. Article 2 The flag of the State is as...

  43. Christianity vs Judaism

    inspired human accounts, or of human origin only views vary: inspired human accounts or of human origin only status of biblical prophets true prophets true prophets status of Jewish Bible canonical canonical status of Jewish Apocrypha canonical (Catholic); useful but noncanonical (Protestant)...

  44. Islam

    the most significant religions in the world. Islam professes one God, called Allah. The followers of Islam are called Muslims, and Muhammad is their Prophet. Muhammad began to receive visions from God when he was 40 years old. The Islamic religion is divided into three main parts with different believers...

  45. Summary of Religions

    and The Holy Spirit. They also believe that God made the world. He Bible is the Christian holy book. It is divided into Old and New Testaments. Parts of the writing contained in the Old Testament are also sacred to Jewish and Muslim people. The founder of Islam is said to be Prophet Muhammad...

  46. Islamic Management Theory

    Flat and Lean Organization * The Holy Prophet (PBUH) used * easily accessible to the Muslim society of the time who would come with a lot of issues and affairs to be resolved by the Prophet (PBUH). * always lead from the front and never shied away from doing his personal chores  Participative...

  47. Quick Quit Blaming Fast Food

    are warned about by Allah in the Holy Qur’an, when He said in verse 31 of Surat Al A’raf “O Children of Adam take your adornment at every mosque and eat and drink and be not excessive, Indeed, He likes not those who commit excess,” also the Hadith by Prophet Muhammad (PBUH): “We are people who do not eat...

  48. religion

    year. They all have different types of holy books they have. Also the way the religions were founded is very different. The biggest difference is the rituals they perform for their religion. The first subject of these religions I will be talking about is there holy book. In Christianity they have what...

  49. Islamic Studies

    Content Pages Paper 1 Section A: The Beginnings of Islam 4 • Pre-Islamic Arabia • The life of the Prophet (pbuh) • The Four Rightly-Guided Caliphs 4 10 31 Section B: The Holy Qur‟an 46 • Its mode of revelation, its compilation, its structure and major themes • Its authority and...

  50. The Word Prophet in the "Scarlet Letter" and Its Development

    Prophet in Scarlet Letter The Word Prophet originates from use in religion, however today’s literature uses prophet to describe a fortune teller or an omen. Prophet was first used in ancient Greece as a name for a spokesman of Greek gods such as Zeus, Apollo, and Poseidon. As religion develops throughout...

  51. Leadership Strategy of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)

    as an whole for their better future. The perfect leader till date who has not been able to replace not even partially was the Prophet Muhammad, Peace be upon him (pbuh) who was a universal leader not just for the people of Muslims but towards every man-kinds on a global scale. He is not just a spiritual ...

  52. Compilation of Hadith

    Islamic context, the term hadith means "Prophetic tradition" or "narrative relating deeds and utterances of the Prophet (S)." According to some, even the account of a dream linked with the Holy Prophet (S) is also included in the category of hadith. 2. In most cases, the words sunnah and hadith are used...

  53. World Religion

    historians view Islam as having been founded in 622 CE. However, many if not most of the followers of Islam believe that: |[p|Islam existed before Muhammad (pbuh) was born. | |ic| ...

  54. The ultimate standard for Muslim leaders is the Prophet Muhammad.

    The ultimate standard for Muslim leaders is the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). Recognized by many non-Muslim historians and social scientists as the person who most influenced the course of human history, Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) best embodies the personal qualities necessary for effective, God-fearing leadership...

  55. Allama Iqbal

    delight and aesthetic wonder. He has made signal contribution to our understanding of the Holy Writ of Islam and offered his evaluation of the remarkable example of which the life of the Prophet of Islam (PBUH) has presented to the world at large and the high water-mark of excellence, it provides of...

  56. christianity

    Christianity and Islam are the two largest religions in the world. They are closely related due to the chain of prophets they share as well as similarities in beliefs such as monotheism, love for Jesus, peace be upon him (pbuh), and great regard for Mary, the mother of Jesus. Both have a belief in one God who created the...

  57. Introduction of Quran

    importance of reciting, studying and contemplating on the verses of the Holy Qur’an cannot be stressed enough. Indeed this great revelation has many depths and mysteries that have yet to be discovered. Those who frequently read the Holy Qur’an can attest to the fact that it is an unending source of information ...

  58. Top 14 Excuses Made for Not Wearing Hijab

    you are convinced of Islam, how then can you not be convinced of its orders? For Allah has commanded wearing hijaab in His Book and the noble Prophet (pbuh)has commanded wearing the hijaab in his Sunnah. Excuse #3: I am convinced of Islamic dress but my Husband/Mother prevents me from wearing...

  59. The Holy War Crusade of Middle Europe

     The Holy War Crusade of Middle Europe Christopher Tuiel History 101-001 Why is the idea of the Holy War in Middle Eastern Europe so important to the people that lived there? The peasants and villagers that lived in those regions didn’t ask for the Holy War, but when it came it was a force to...

  60. Belief in Risalat

    Of Nabi: The word Prophet or Nabi means “An ambassador between Allah and the rational being from amongst creatures.” Thus the second part of the Kalima, signifies that God has not left man without guidance for the conduct of his life. He has revealed His commands through His prophets. Thus, in Islamic...