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April

In the name of God, the Beneficent the Merciful
To the Youth in Europe and North America,

1  The recent events in France and similar ones in some other Western countries have convinced me to directly talk to you about them. I am addressing you, [the youth], not because I overlook your parents, rather it is because the future of your nations and countries will be in your hands; and also I find that the sense of quest for truth is more vigorous and attentive in your hearts.


I don’t address your politicians and statesmen either in this writing because I believe that they have consciously separated the route of politics from the path of righteousness and truth.


I would like to talk to you about Islam, particularly the image that is presented to you as Islam. Many attempts have been made over the past two decades, almost since the disintegration of the Soviet Union, to place this great religion in the seat of a horrifying enemy. The provocation of a feeling of horror and hatred and its utilization has unfortunately a long record in the political history of the West.


Here, I don’t want to deal with the different phobias with which the Western nations have thus far been indoctrinated. A cursory review of recent critical studies of history would bring home to you the fact that the Western governments’ insincere and hypocritical treatment of other nations and cultures has been censured in new historiographies.


The histories of the United States and Europe are ashamed of slavery, embarrassed by the colonial period and chagrined at the oppression of people of color and non-Christians. Your researchers and historians are deeply ashamed of the bloodsheds wrought in the name of religion between the Catholics and Protestants or in the name of nationality and ethnicity during the First and Second World Wars. This approach is admirable.


By mentioning a fraction of this long list, I don’t want to reproach history; rather I would like you to ask your intellectuals as to why the public conscience in the West awakens and comes to its senses after a delay of several decades or centuries. Why should the revision of collective conscience apply to the distant past and not to the current problems? Why is it that attempts are made to prevent public awareness regarding an important issue such as the treatment of Islamic culture and thought?


You know well that humiliation and spreading hatred and illusionary fear of the “other” have been the common base of all those oppressive profiteers. Now, I would like you to ask yourself why the old policy of spreading “phobia” and hatred has targeted Islam and Muslims with an unprecedented intensity. Why does the power structure in the world want Islamic thought to be marginalized and remain latent? What concepts and values in Islam disturb the programs of the super powers and what interests are safeguarded in the shadow of distorting the image of Islam? Hence, my first request is: Study and research the incentives behind this widespread tarnishing of the image of Islam.


My second request is that in reaction to the flood of prejudgments and disinformation campaigns, try to gain a direct and firsthand knowledge of this religion. The right logic requires that you understand the nature and essence of what they are frightening you about and want you to keep away from.


I don’t insist that you accept my reading or any other reading of Islam. What I want to say is: Don’t allow this dynamic and effective reality in today’s world to be introduced to you through resentments and prejudices. Don’t allow them to hypocritically introduce their own recruited terrorists as representatives of Islam.


Receive knowledge of Islam from its primary and original sources. Gain information about Islam through the Qur’an and the life of its great Prophet. I would like to ask you whether you have directly read the Qur’an of the Muslims. Have you studied the teachings of the Prophet of Islam and his humane, ethical doctrines? Have you ever received the message of Islam from any sources other than the media?


Have you ever asked yourself how and on the basis of which values has Islam established the greatest scientific and intellectual civilization of the world and raised the most distinguished scientists and intellectuals throughout several centuries?


I would like you not to allow the derogatory and offensive image-buildings to create an emotional gulf between you and the reality, taking away the possibility of an impartial judgment from you. Today, the communication media have removed the geographical borders. Hence, don’t allow them to besiege you within fabricated and mental borders.

Although no one can individually fill the created gaps, each one of you can construct a bridge of thought and fairness over the gaps to illuminate yourself and your surrounding environment. While this preplanned challenge between Islam and you, the youth, is undesirable, it can raise new questions in your curious and inquiring minds. Attempts to find answers to these questions will provide you with an appropriate opportunity to discover new truths.


Therefore, don’t miss the opportunity to gain proper, correct and unbiased understanding of Islam so that hopefully, due to your sense of responsibility toward the truth, future generations would write the history of this current interaction between Islam and the West with a clearer conscience and lesser resentment.

Seyyed Ali Khamenei
21st Jan. 2015

19
May

CHAPTER 114

HUMANSAL-NĀS ( الناس )

6 verses • revealed at Meccan

»The surah that opens with the mention of God as the Lord of Humans and teaches one to seek refuge in Him from the whisperings of Satan and those of evil jinn and people. It takes its name from the word “people” or “mankind” (al-nās) which recurs throughout the surah. This is another surah commonly used as an invocation against evil.«

The surah is also known as: All People, Humankind, Mankind, People, The Men.

بِسمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحمٰنِ الرَّحیمِ

AHMED ALI: In the name of Allah, most benevolent, ever-merciful.

AISHA BEWLEY: In the name of Allah, All-Merciful, Most Merciful

AHMED & SAMIRA: By God's Name, the Merciful, the Merciful/Most Merciful .

A. J. ARBERRY: In the Name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate

ALI QULI QARAI: In the Name of Allah,the All-beneficent, the All-merciful.

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قُل أَعوذُ بِرَبِّ النّاسِ

AHMED ALI

SAY: “I SEEK refuge with the Lord of men,

AISHA BEWLEY

Say: ‘I seek refuge with the Lord of mankind,

AHMED & SAMIRA

Say: "I seek protection with/by the people's Lord/master/owner."

A. J. ARBERRY

Say: ‘I take refuge with the Lord of men,

ALI QULI QARAI

Say, ‘I seek the protection of the Lord of humans,

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مَلِکِ النّاسِ

AHMED ALI

The King of men,

AISHA BEWLEY

the King of mankind,

AHMED & SAMIRA

The people's king/owner/possessor .

A. J. ARBERRY

the King of men,

ALI QULI QARAI

Sovereign of humans,

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إِلٰهِ النّاسِ

AHMED ALI

The God of men,

AISHA BEWLEY

the God of mankind,

AHMED & SAMIRA

The people's God.

A. J. ARBERRY

the God of men,

ALI QULI QARAI

God of humans,

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مِن شَرِّ الوَسواسِ الخَنّاسِ

AHMED ALI

From the evil of him who breathes temptations into the minds of men,

AISHA BEWLEY

from the evil of the insidious whisperer

AHMED & SAMIRA

From bad/evil/harm (of) the inspirer and talker/giver of evil suggestions and temptations (whisperer of evil influences), the devil .

A. J. ARBERRY

from the evil of the slinking whisperer

ALI QULI QARAI

from the evil of the sneaky tempter

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الَّذی یُوَسوِسُ فی صُدورِ النّاسِ

AHMED ALI

Who suggests evil thoughts to the hearts of men –

AISHA BEWLEY

who whispers in people’s breasts

AHMED & SAMIRA

Who inspires and talks/gives evil suggestions and temptations in the people's chests (innermosts).

A. J. ARBERRY

5who whispers in the breasts of men

ALI QULI QARAI

who puts temptations into the breasts of humans,

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مِنَ الجِنَّةِ وَالنّاسِ

AHMED ALI

From among the jinns and men.

AISHA BEWLEY

and comes from the jinn and from mankind.’

AHMED & SAMIRA

From the Jinns and the people.

A. J. ARBERRY

of jinn and men.’

ALI QULI QARAI

from among the jinn and humans.’

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بِسمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحمٰنِ الرَّحیمِ

ALI UNAL: IN THE NAME OF GOD, THE ALL-MERCIFUL, THE ALL-COMPASSIONATE

BIJAN MOEINIAN: Lord; the Most Forgiving, the Most Merciful.

E. H. PALMER: IN the name of the merciful and compassionate God.

FARIDUL HAQUE: Allah - beginning with the name of - the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.

GEORGE SALE: In the name of the most merciful God.

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قُل أَعوذُ بِرَبِّ النّاسِ

ALI UNAL

This sūrah of six verses was revealed in Madīnah. Its name comes from the word an-nās (humankind), which recurs throughout. It teaches us how to seek refuge with God from the secret devices of Satan or similar beings, and it is the last sūrah of the Holy Qur’ān.

Say: “I seek refuge in the Lord of humankind,

BIJAN MOEINIAN

Say: “I seek refuge in mankind’s Teacher (i.e., God).

E. H. PALMER

Say, I seek refuge in the Lord of men,

FARIDUL HAQUE

Proclaim (O dear Prophet Mohammed – peace and blessings be upon him), “I take refuge of the One Who is the Lord of all mankind.”

GEORGE SALE

This chapter was revealed on the same occasion, and at the same time with the former.

Say, I fly for refuge unto the Lord of men,

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مَلِکِ النّاسِ

ALI UNAL

“The Sovereign of humankind,

BIJAN MOEINIAN

The One Who is the Ruler of mankind.

E. H. PALMER

the King of men,

FARIDUL HAQUE

“The King of all mankind.”

GEORGE SALE

the King of men,

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إِلٰهِ النّاسِ

ALI UNAL

“The Deity of humankind,

BIJAN MOEINIAN

The One Who is the Lord of mankind.

E. H. PALMER

the God of men,

FARIDUL HAQUE

“The God of all mankind.”

GEORGE SALE

the God of men,

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مِن شَرِّ الوَسواسِ الخَنّاسِ

ALI UNAL

“From the evil of the sneaking whisperer (the Satan),

BIJAN MOEINIAN

(I beg the Master to protect me) From the evil of the sneaking whisperers.

E. H. PALMER

from the evil of the whisperer, who slinks off,

FARIDUL HAQUE

“From the evil of the one who instils evil thoughts in the hearts – and stays hidden.”

GEORGE SALE

that He may deliver me from the mischief of the whisperer who slyly withdraweth,1

  1. The whisperer who slyly withdraweth;] i.e. The devil; who withdraweth when a man mentioneth God, or hath recourse to his protection.

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الَّذی یُوَسوِسُ فی صُدورِ النّاسِ

ALI UNAL

“Who whispers into the hearts of humankind,1

  1. This sūrah teaches us to be most alert to the temptations and secret devices of Satan and Satan-like people (see 6: 112). With all the means at their disposal, they will do their utmost to lead us astray from God’s way into their own evil ways, to commit sins, to bring about dissension among us, and to do other things to cause us harm both in the world and the Hereafter. The best way to be protected against their devices and temptations is to believe in God as our Lord (Creator, Sustainer, Master) and Absolute Sovereign, Who has the absolute right to rule us, and Who, as the sole Deity, has the exclusive right to be worshipped. Then, we must act according to this faith. (For some of the ways in which Satan approaches us, in order to lead us astray, see sūrah 7: 17, note 2.)

BIJAN MOEINIAN

Who (constantly) whisper (alternative ways of life) into people’s mind.

E. H. PALMER

who whispers into the hearts of men!-

FARIDUL HAQUE

“Those who instil evil thoughts into the hearts of men.”

GEORGE SALE

who whispereth evil suggestions into the breasts of men,

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مِنَ الجِنَّةِ وَالنّاسِ

ALI UNAL

“Of the jinn and humankind.”

BIJAN MOEINIAN

Whoever these evils might be: Jinns (E.T.s) or (ordinary) people.”

E. H. PALMER

from ginns and men!

FARIDUL HAQUE

“Among the jinns and men.”

GEORGE SALE

from genii and men.

بِسمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحمٰنِ الرَّحیمِ

HAMID AZIZ: In the name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful.

HILALI & KHAN: In the Name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful.

(IRFAN-UL-QURAN): In the Name of Allah, Most Compassionate, Ever-Merciful

J. M. RODWELL: In the Name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful

LALEH BAKHTIAR: In the Name of God, The Merciful, The Compassionate.

1

قُل أَعوذُ بِرَبِّ النّاسِ

HAMID AZIZ

Say, "I seek refuge in the Lord and Cherisher of mankind,

HILALI & KHAN

Say: "I seek refuge with (Allah) the Lord of mankind,

(IRFAN-UL-QURAN)

Beseech: ‘I seek refuge with the Lord of (the whole of) mankind,

J. M. RODWELL

SAY: I betake me for refuge to the Lord of MEN,

LALEH BAKHTIAR

Say: I take refuge with the Lord of humanity,

2

مَلِکِ النّاسِ

HAMID AZIZ

The King (or Ruler) of mankind,

HILALI & KHAN

"The King of mankind,

(IRFAN-UL-QURAN)

Who is the King of (all) mankind,

J. M. RODWELL

The King of men,

LALEH BAKHTIAR

King of humanity,

3

إِلٰهِ النّاسِ

HAMID AZIZ

The God (or Judge) of mankind,

HILALI & KHAN

"The Ilah (God) of mankind,

(IRFAN-UL-QURAN)

Who is the God of the (whole) human race,

J. M. RODWELL

The God of men,

LALEH BAKHTIAR

God of humanity,

4

مِن شَرِّ الوَسواسِ الخَنّاسِ

HAMID AZIZ

From the mischief of the Whisperer, who slinks off,

HILALI & KHAN

"From the evil of the whisperer (devil who whispers evil in the hearts of men) who withdraws (from his whispering in one's heart after one remembers Allah),

(IRFAN-UL-QURAN)

From the evil of slinking whisperer (Satan) who hides himself withdrawing (from the influence of Allah’s remembrance),

J. M. RODWELL

Against the mischief of the stealthily withdrawing whisperer,

LALEH BAKHTIAR

from the worst of the sneaking whisperer of evil

5

الَّذی یُوَسوِسُ فی صُدورِ النّاسِ

HAMID AZIZ

Who whispers into the heart of men!

HILALI & KHAN

"Who whispers in the breasts of mankind,

(IRFAN-UL-QURAN)

Who whispers into the hearts of mankind,

J. M. RODWELL

Who whispereth in man's breast -

LALEH BAKHTIAR

who whispers evil in the breasts of humanity,

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مِنَ الجِنَّةِ وَالنّاسِ

HAMID AZIZ

From among Jinn and Men!"

HILALI & KHAN

"Of jinns and men."

(IRFAN-UL-QURAN)

Whether he (the whispering Satan) comes from the jinn or mankind.’

J. M. RODWELL

Against djinn and men.

LALEH BAKHTIAR

from among the genie and humanity.

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بِسمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحمٰنِ الرَّحیمِ

M. H. SHAKIR: In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful.

M. M. GHALI: In The Name of Allah, The All-Merciful, The Ever-Merciful.

M. M. PICKTHALL: In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful.

MAJID DARYABADI: In the name of Allah, the Compassionate, the Merciful.

MIR AHMED ALI: In the name of God,, the Beneficent,, the Merciful

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قُل أَعوذُ بِرَبِّ النّاسِ

M. H. SHAKIR

Say: I seek refuge in the Lord of men,

M. M. GHALI

Say, "I take refuge with The Lord of mankind,

M. M. PICKTHALL

Say: I seek refuge in the Lord of mankind,

MAJID DARYABADI

Say thou: I seek refuge with the Lord of mankind,

MIR AHMED ALI

Say:1 I seek refuge in the Lord of the people!

  1. This Sura is identical with the previous one, Sura 113. The matter is supplementary to that of the previous Sura. 
    Man is asked to seek refuge in God with His name as ‘Rab’, i.e., the Lord of Men—i.e., the Cherisher and Sustainer. Invoking this great attribute, man can expect a specially paternal treatment.

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مَلِکِ النّاسِ

M. H. SHAKIR

The King of men,

M. M. GHALI

The King of mankind,

M. M. PICKTHALL

The King of mankind,

MAJID DARYABADI

The King of mankind,

MIR AHMED ALI

The1 King of the people!

  1. To seek refuge in God, invoking His authority over the affairs of men, as their King, i.e., He is the One Who can independently act over His creation.

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إِلٰهِ النّاسِ

M. H. SHAKIR

The god of men,

M. M. GHALI

The God of mankind.

M. M. PICKTHALL

The god of mankind,

MAJID DARYABADI

The God of mankind,

MIR AHMED ALI

The1 God of the people!

  1. To seek the protection invoking the divinity of the Lord as the God of mankind—for it is God’s authority which must necessarily be obeyed, i.e., it is His command or His will which is always done.

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مِن شَرِّ الوَسواسِ الخَنّاسِ

M. H. SHAKIR

From the evil of the whisperings of the slinking (Shaitan),

M. M. GHALI

From the evil of the constantly slinking whisperer,

M. M. PICKTHALL

From the evil of the sneaking whisperer,

MAJID DARYABADI

From the evil of the sneaking whisperer

MIR AHMED ALI

From1 the evil of the slinking whisperer,

  1. Khannas’, i.e., the one who gets back or withdraws. This is a reference to Satan who withdraws himself, the moment he hears the name of the Lord mentioned.

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الَّذی یُوَسوِسُ فی صُدورِ النّاسِ

M. H. SHAKIR

Who whispers into the hearts of men,

M. M. GHALI

Who whispers in the breasts of mankind,

M. M. PICKTHALL

Who whispereth in the hearts of mankind,

MAJID DARYABADI

Who whispereth Unto the breasts of mankind,

MIR AHMED ALI

Who1 whispereth into the breasts (hearts) of the people,

  1. Satan who whispers evil into the minds of men and leaves them to suffer the consequences of obeying his instigations to evil.

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مِنَ الجِنَّةِ وَالنّاسِ

M. H. SHAKIR

From among the jinn and the men.

M. M. GHALI

Of the jinn (creatures) and mankind."

M. M. PICKTHALL

Of the jinn and of mankind.

MAJID DARYABADI

Whether of Jinn or of mankind.

MIR AHMED ALI

(Be he)1 From among the Jinn and the Men.2

  1. See 6:112, 41:29. Be the evil doers, the Jinns or human beings. It is well-known fact that among the forces hidden from the human eye, which are active in the world, there are good and also bad ones among them. Jinns, like Satan are spiritual beings.
    1. END. All my notes from the beginning upto here, may be considered as a crude attempt to understand what the literal wording of the Qur’an, appears to out limited mind, and to convey. Otherwise the whole life of the most learned divines would not do justice to what Qur’an contains and conveys. It is the Final Word of God, to mankind as a whole, for all times until the Day of Judgment. If there be any mistake it will be mine (A.P.)

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بِسمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحمٰنِ الرَّحیمِ

MIR ANEESUDDIN: In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful.

MUHAMMAD ALI: In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful.

MUHAMMAD ASAD: In The Name of God, The Most Gracious, The Dispenser of Grace:

MUHAMMAD QADRI: Allah - beginning with the name of - the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

MUHAMMAD SARWAR: In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful

1

قُل أَعوذُ بِرَبِّ النّاسِ

MIR ANEESUDDIN

Say, “I seek the protection of the Fosterer of mankind,

MUHAMMAD ALI

Say: I seek refuge in the Lord of men,

MUHAMMAD ASAD

SEE introductory note to the preceding surah, with which this one is closely connected.

SAY: "I seek refuge with the Sustainer of men, -

MUHAMMAD QADRI

Proclaim (O dear Prophet Mohammed – peace and blessings be upon him), “I take refuge of the One Who is the Lord of all mankind.”

MUHAMMAD SARWAR

(Muhammad), say, "I seek protection from the Cherisher of mankind,

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مَلِکِ النّاسِ

MIR ANEESUDDIN

the King of mankind,

MUHAMMAD ALI

The King of men,

MUHAMMAD ASAD

"the Sovereign of men,

MUHAMMAD QADRI

“The King of all mankind.”

MUHAMMAD SARWAR

the King of mankind,

3

إِلٰهِ النّاسِ

MIR ANEESUDDIN

the God of mankind,

MUHAMMAD ALI

The God of men,

MUHAMMAD ASAD

"the God of men,

MUHAMMAD QADRI

“The God of all mankind.”

MUHAMMAD SARWAR

the Lord of mankind

4

مِن شَرِّ الوَسواسِ الخَنّاسِ

MIR ANEESUDDIN

from the evil of the whisperings of (the devil), he who (whispers and then) withdraws,

MUHAMMAD ALI

From the evil of the whisperings of the slinking (devil),

MUHAMMAD ASAD

"from the evil of the whispering, elusive tempter

MUHAMMAD QADRI

“From the evil of the one who instils evil thoughts in the hearts – and stays hidden.”

MUHAMMAD SARWAR

against the evil of the temptations of the satans,

5

الَّذی یُوَسوِسُ فی صُدورِ النّاسِ

MIR ANEESUDDIN

who whispers into the bosoms (hearts or minds) of mankind,

MUHAMMAD ALI

Who whispers into the hearts of men,

MUHAMMAD ASAD

"who whispers in the hearts of men1 -

  1. I.e., "Satan" in the widest meaning of this designation, as pointed out by Razi (quoted in surah 14, note 31).

MUHAMMAD QADRI

“Those who instil evil thoughts into the hearts of men.”

MUHAMMAD SARWAR

of jinn and human beings

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مِنَ الجِنَّةِ وَالنّاسِ

MIR ANEESUDDIN

from among the jinn and mankind.” (R 1, P 30)

MUHAMMAD ALI

From among the jinn and the men.

MUHAMMAD ASAD

"from all [temptation to evil by] invisible forces as well as men,"1

 

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  However, what the study of his life during 63 years in the role of the mind closes, a reflection of divine prophets and the emergence of image person's story is a personality behind the founding of many challenges, disappointments, without fatigue and to improve society, and could have touched Peninsula to unite and spread of Islam in Madh outside Saudi borders, and more importantly the Faith Foundation Nhd that now one of the most world religions is one.

         From birth to Prophet

      Birth of Prophet Muhammad (saw) so many traditions in the 17th Rabi Alavl Amalfyl (570 AD), or the narrative 12 months occurred in the Arab calendar.  Father of the Prophet (PBUH), son of Abdullah and his mother Amina Abdulmutallab Vhb daughter and both were from the Quraysh great Qbylh; tribal elders that the influence of frequency in Mecca and had had more commercial jobs. 

 

. Abdullah, the father of the Prophet (PBUH) birthday shortly before his son to trade caravan went to dinner in return was sick and died.  According to current official who was in Mecca, Muhammad (PBUH) to a woman named Halima died so simple and clean space, development of desert. 

     . He was 6 years old with her mother to visit relatives to Yasrebi (Medina) went, but as Amina in return, he became ill and died in Abva’ buried near Medina. 

 Mohammad (PBUH) from the support of the hemp Jdsh Abdulmutallab was, but he also died in the eight years he led Muhammad (pbuh) was put on the charge of his uncle Abu Talib. 

      In an attempt led by his nephew Aboutaleb eloquent intervention. 

 In business trip with him to dinner together and take this journey, monk Bhyra name, sign the prophet and Abu Talib, he was aware of its construction. 

 Of important events before marriage the Prophet (PBUH), the company called the treaty "Hlf Alfzvl" in which a group of Mkyan pledged "to support any oppressed Bstannd her right.

   

Treaty that the Prophet (PBUH) and later also Mystvd Myfrmvd it again to him if such a treaty open call, it joins.

 Reputation of Muhammad (PBUH) to truthfulness and integrity were so famous that everyone "honest" and this was named Khadija the daughter of integrity and he Khvyld attract the capital for their business sent to you, then so righteous Shyfth Mohammad Amin "was to marry his steps before he puts in while so famous, at least 15 years older than he was.  Khadija to Mohammad (PBUH) was a devoted wife and as long as life was another wife of Prophet Brngzyd. 

  Him to the Prophet (PBUH) brought children who died in childhood, all boys and among girls of all Namdartr, Hazrat Fatima (AS) is. 

  The details of the life course of the Prophet (PBUH) Prophet until much knowledge is not available except to people and they know from personal reflection and thought as well known, and Khoy and obscene behavior was unhappy his people hard. 

   Customs of their ugly remarkable of all was the pagan prophet (PBUH) on the Mytaft it. 

 

  Mohammad (PBUH) Prophet shortly before late time alone in the cave, mangrove, mountain near Mecca in the head and takes the time to spend in silence and thought.

 

 

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Here are 27 facts about the prophet Muhammad -PBUH-:

1. He was a descendant of the Prophet Ismail the son of Prophet Ibrahim. -PBUT-

2. Prophet Muhammad PBUH was born in Mecca.

3. The year was 570 A.D.

4. Shortly after his birth his mother died.

5. His father was already dead before his birth. So he became orphan.

6. During this time his uncle Aboo Talib and his grand father Abdul-mutlib took care of him.

7. At the age of nine he started going on trade trips along with his uncle.

8. He met with people of different nations and religions during those trips.

9. His character was respected by all. People throughout Medina including the Jews gave him the name of “The Trustworthy.”

10. When he got 25, he got a proposal from Khadija for marriage which he accepted and thus they got married. Khadija was 40 years of age at the time of marriage.

11. For the first 54 years of his life he had only one wife. His only wife till 50th year of his life was Sayyida Khadija.

12. They had sons but they died in their childhood.

13. He never ate alone. He invited others and then ate with them.

14. He encouraged the washing of hands before and after eating food.

15. He regularly visited the poor and ill.

16. Upon visiting a person, he used to greet them and then take their permission

before entering the house and encourage others to do the same as a mark of respect.

17. He used to mend his clothes, repair his shoes and sweep the floor as well as do the household shopping during his married life.

18. As people of Mecca at that time were involved in many sinful activities, like they killed their daughters, did drinking, rape, and killing of innocent people, Prophet Muhammad did not admire those activities at all and to have solitude and peace he went to cave Hira.

19. Once when he was in the cave Hira he saw Angel Gabriel there. The angel said to him « read in the name of Allah », Prophet Muhammad replied that I can neither read nor write I am an illiterate.

20. After Angel Gabriel came again with revelations, he started preaching Islam to people.

21. He used to preach to people, but avoided preaching to excess to avoid annoying people.

22. He sent letters to Kings and leaders beyond Arabia inviting them to Islam.

23. Pagans and Non-Muslims did harm to Prophet Muhammad PBUH and other Muslims by different means but Prophet Muhammad had patience and

perseverance.

24. His Prophethood lasted for a long period of 23 years, during which he received Revelations from Allah.

25. He never proclaimed himself as anyone or anything Divine.

26. His name is now one of the most popular names in the world.

27. After 23 years of Prophet-hood Muhammad (p.b.u.h) died

 

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He is the freeman who could prove that you as a man can stay against

cruelty, injustice, tyrannous and tyranny.

Yes, he is the third Imam (leader) of the Sheyeh (one of the branches of Islam)

He is the son of Ali the famous man of Justice. But in my opinion he is the leader of all in the world because he showed this important fact in Karbala which we should stand against injustice.

In fact, in that time humanity needs some one to wake him up and this time also since ruler of that time was a dissolute and deceitful man. So Imam decided to stand against him so he went to him by his friends (700-800).and there happened a tremendous war which they killed Imam and his friends but they could prove their manhood by resisting the enemy. However they had been killed but the fact of the matter is they drove out them from the field and showed the truth and reality to all. In any way I can't say any thing about him or his friends. Just this quotation by Imam Hossain:

"If you don’t have religious at least live as a generous and free man