The Life Of Mohammad (saw)

Seerah In Pashto

Seerah In Pashto

  The Life Of Muhammad (pbuh)  in Pashto high quality audio. By Alhaj Mulla Enayatullah Almi   Knowledge of the Prophetic Biography (Seerah) is necessary for every Muslim and sharing it with everyone is a responsibility. This series is an effort to make the classical sources related to the life of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) available to Pashto speakers worldwide. Serat01 - Intro http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat01.mp3 Serat02 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat02.mp3 Serat03 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat03.mp3 Serat04 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat04.mp3 Serat05 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat05.mp3 Serat06 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat06.mp3 Serat07 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat07.mp3 Serat08 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat08.mp3 Serat09 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat09.mp3 Serat10 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat10.mp3 Serat11 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat11.mp3 Serat12 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat12.mp3 Serat13 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat13.mp3 Serat14 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat14.mp3 Serat15 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat15.mp3 Serat16 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat16.mp3 Serat17 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat17.mp3 Serat18 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat18.mp3 Serat19 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat19.mp3 Serat20 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat20.mp3 Serat21 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat21.mp3 Serat22 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat22.mp3 Serat23 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat23.mp3 Serat24 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat24.mp3 Serat25 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat25.mp3 Serat26 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat26.mp3 Serat27 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat27.mp3 Serat28 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat28.mp3 Serat29 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat29.mp3 Serat30 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat30.mp3 Serat31 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat31.mp3 Serat32 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat32.mp3 Serat33 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat33.mp3 Serat34 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat34.mp3 Serat35 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat35.mp3 Serat36 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat36.mp3 Serat37 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat37.mp3 Serat38 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat38.mp3 Serat39 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat39.mp3 Serat40 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat40.mp3 Serat41 http://ncorde.com/media/aud/iho/serat41.mp3 Serat42...

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Description of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW)

Description of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW)

With Annotated Notes from the Commentaries of al-Hāfidh al-Munāwī (d. 1003H) «M» and Mullā ‘Alī al-Qārī (d. 1014H) «Q» With the Name of Allâh, the All-Merciful, the Most Merciful al-Hâfidh Abû ‘Isâ Muhammad bin ‘Isâ bin Sawrah at-Tirmidhî said:   Chapter One The Stature and Physical Characteristics of the Messenger of Allâh (SAW) §1. Abû Rajâ’, Qutaybah bin Sa’îd informed us; from Mâlik bin Anas; from Rabî’ah bin Abû ‘Abdur-Rahmân; that he heard Anas bin Mâlik (RA) saying, The Messenger of Allâh (SAW) was neither very tall, such that he would be clearly noticed, nor was he short. He was not extremely white and neither was he very brown. His hair was neither very curly nor completely straight. Allâh commissioned him towards the end (ra’s) of his fortieth year. He remained in Mecca for ten years and in Madînah for ten years. Allâh caused him to pass away at the turn of his sixtieth year and there were not to be found [as much as] twenty white hairs on his head and beard.   The Messenger of Allâh (SAW) was neither very tall, such that he would be clearly noticed, nor was he short «Q» Meaning that he was of medium height. His being short has been categorically negated but only his being so tall as to be clearly noticed has been negated, in this lies an indication that he (SAW) was indeed of medium height but leaning towards being described as tall and this is what has been reported about him (SAW) by al-Bayhaqî. There is no contradiction between this and the forthcoming description that he (SAW) was of medium stature because such a statement is relative. This understanding is strengthened by the report of al-Barâ’a, ‘he (SAW) was of medium stature but closer to being described as tall.’ al-Bayhaqî and ibn ‘Asâkir mention that, ‘none would be perceived to be taller than he (SAW), sometimes two tall men would stand on either side of him and he would seem taller than them, yet when they parted he would seem to be of medium height.’ Ibn Saba’, al-Khasâ’is, mentions that when he (SAW) sat, his shoulder was higher than all those sitting around him. It is said in explanation to this, ‘perhaps it was that none could be perceived to be physically above him just as none was spiritually and morally above him.’   He was not extremely white and neither was he very brown «Q» This description does not contradict the affirmation of his having a brownish complexion mentioned in the next hadîth. [Ibn Hajr] al-’Asqalânî said, ‘from all the various reports on this it becomes clear that the whiteness that has been negated from him (SAW)...

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The Seal of the Prophets

The Seal of the Prophets

To the historians advantage is one fact which should not be ignored when dealing with a look back at the life of the Holy Prophet Muhammed . The fact that no other Prophet, if not man, has been so recorded in history is a huge advantage in trying to learn what it is that made the personality of the Last messenger sent by Allah unto mankind so great, and so influential. However even though we have at our disposal thousands of hadith and actions of the Prophet written down from people who were privy to witness these events or sayings first hand, the goal to make a complete account on the personality of the Prophet is impossible. The fact that the wisdom bestowed upon him through the will of Allah is as great as the oceans themselves is a testament to this fact. But try we do, to elucidate others and perhaps learn from example ourselves. This is a brief look at the Prophet Muhammed’s  earlier life, his influence and the reverence generated for the ‘ mighty Arabian Teacher’ (Annie Bessant – ‘The Life and Teachings of Muhammed‘). He was born on April 20th 570 CE (Common Era or AD) on a Monday to the tribe of Banu Hashim. His father Abdullah died before his birth and his mother when he was six years old, so he was an orphan at a tender age. He was a shepherd who would look after the goats and sheep of others in the outskirts of Makkah. An ordinary worker doing casual labour jobs, or traveling with caravans to distant lands. He was always honest and sincere and his identity as a casual worker submerged him with other labourers and slaves. He had a noble character even at such a young age, which stood out ‘he was noble by birth, but was nobler still by grace and manner’ (Abdul Waheed Khan – ‘The personality of Allah’s Last Messenger‘) Later he adopted trade as his profession, dealing with clothes and other household goods. This took him to distant lands with caravans. He was sincere and reliable – who never spoke a lie and his people called him Al-Alim (trustworthy) and As Sadiq (One who never spoke a lie). As a man he became aware of the evil around him, the Arabs were up to their necks in ignorance and disbelief. The Arabs instead of worshipping the One True God, as the Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham) had revealed instead took to the worshipping of idols, deities, stones and stars. They even lacked moral principles, and tribalism was rife leading to quarrels amongst themselves. Female infanticide was common as women were seen as low and contemptible. Drinking,...

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Miracles of Prophet Muhammad

Miracles of Prophet Muhammad

The Messenger of Allah possesses many manifest miracles and signs demonstrating [his veracity], reaching thousands and they are well known. From amongst them was the Qur’an, the manifest and clear miracle and brilliant proof, falsehood cannot approach it from before it or behind it. It is a revelation from One Who is All-Wise and Praiseworthy. It incapacitated the most eloquent of people in the most eloquent of times to produce a single chapter that would be comparable to it, even if the whole of creation were to gather for that purpose. Allah, the Exalted says,   “Say: If the whole of mankind and the jinn gathered in order to produce the like of this Qur’an, they could not produce the like of it, even if they assisted each other.” [Al-Israa’ (17): 88]   It challenged them to this despite their large numbers, their eloquence and their severe enmity, and it challenges them to this day.   As for the other miracles, it is not possible to enumerate them all due to their huge number and renewing and increasing nature. However, I will mention some examples:   The splitting of the moon, water flowing from between his fingers, increasing the quantity of food and water, the glorification of the food, the palm tree yearning for him, stones greeting him, the talking of the poisoned leg [of roasted sheep], trees walking towards him, two trees that were far apart coming together and then parting again, the barren [and therefore dry] sheep giving milk, his returning the eye of Qatidah bin an-Nu`man to its place with his hand after it had slipped out, his spitting lightly into the eye of Ali when it had become inflamed and its being cured almost immediately, his wiping the leg of `Abdullah bin `Atiq whereupon he was immediately cured.   His informing of the places of death of the Day of Badr saying, ‘this is the place of such polytheists on the and-such a person.’ His informing of his killing Ubayy bin Khalaf, that a group of his nation would traverse an ocean and Umm Haram would be amongst them and this occurred. That all that was drawn together for him of the ends of the earth and displayed to him would be opened for his nation, that the treasures of the Chosroes would be spent by his nation in the Way of Allah, the Mighty and Magnificent. That he feared for his nation that they would be tempted by the wealth and allurement of this world and that the treasures of the Persians and Romans would be ours and that Suraqah bin Malik would wear the trousers of Chosroes.   He informed us that Hasan...

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The Prophet’s Ascension

The Prophet’s Ascension

In this verse of the Holy Quran, Allah has mentioned about the Prophets Ascension (MERAJ). On the night of 27th Rajab, Allah sent Angel Jibraeel to take the Prophet on a journey to the seven skies on BURAQ. This journey is called MERAJ. On the night of 27th Rajab Angel Jibraeel came and woke the Prophet upon Allah‘s command and conveyed Allah‘s message. He perform ablution (Wudhu), came out of His house, ascend on the Buraq and first visited the Holy Kaaba and from there to the Aqsa Mosque. Where 124,000, all the messengers of Allah prayed behind the Prophet. From Aqsa Mosque they went towards the sky. They passed all the seven steps of the skies and reached the place called “SIDRAT-UL-MUNTAHA”. Then Angel Jibraeel told the Prophet that he could not accompany him any further. If he took even a step forward he would burn. The Prophet travelled alone until the Burag reached the destination and stopped. Then an enlighted platform “RAF RAF” came and the prophet sat on it and reached a place called “QAAB-A-QAUSAIN-O-ADNA”. Here he also saw heaven and hell. He visited the different levels of Heaven and saw the different kinds of punishments given to the wrong doers in hell. On his return from MERAJ Allah made prayers five times a day obligatory on all the prophet’s followers.   The night of 27th Rajab is an auspicious night where the muslims spend the whole night offering prayers and fast during the day. Fasting on this day has many rewards according to one Riwayat, fasting on 27th Rajab is equivalent to fasting for 70 years.   Events In Rajab The Holy Prophet ascended to Heaven (Mi’raaj), physically. Hadhrat Bilal Ibn Haritha  brought a congregation of four hundred men named Banu Muzeena in the presence of the holy prophet. They all embraced Islam, in the year 5 A.H The Battle of tabook took place in the year 9 A.H. This was the last battle which the Holy prophet participated in. Imam Abu Hanifa passed away on the 15th of Rajab 150 A.H Imam Shafi’ee passed away on the 14th Rajab 204 A.H Imam Muslim passed away on the 24th of Rajab 261 A.H Imam Nawawee passed away on teh 14th of Rajab 677 A.H...

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