Introducing Muhammad the Messenger of God
edited: Sunday, April 29, 2007
By Safi Abdi
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Posted: Saturday, February 11, 2006
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In recent days, so much had been said and written about the Prophet Muhammad, peace by upon him. People who know him are saying things and those who don’t know him are also saying things. But one thing that truly emerges from all of this is the time and energy devoted to this shinning Star.
And it isn’t just the Muslims that are sending blessings and salutations to him, the whole world is screaming for his light. Even those who claim to be his enemies are likewise shouting his name from the rooftops.
As we speak there isn’t a household that owns a TV that hasn’t heard of the Prophet Muhammad. Wounded as the believers must have been from all the ill-intended Media attention, there should be a clear message in this for those who believe in the sacredness of this great personality. The Almighty is sending them a message. And the message is bell clear: Our world is in dire need of this wonderful light. And it's up to those of knowledge to shine this light upon the hearts and minds of all people.
Muhammad is not just for a 1/5 of the world population. He is a mercy for the whole world.
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|Reviewed by Jibril Mohamed
|2.40. O Children of Israel! Remember My favor that I bestowed upon you, and fulfill My covenant (which I made with you through your Prophets), so that I fulfill your covenant, and of Me alone be in awe and fear (in awareness of My Power and of your being My servants).
2.41. Believe in that which I have sent down (the Qur’an), confirming what (of the truth) you already possess, and do not be the first to disbelieve in it. And (you scribes, fearful of losing your status and the worldly benefit accruing from it) do not sell My Revelations for a trifling price (such as worldly gains, status and renown); and in Me alone seek refuge through reverence for Me and piety.
2.42. Do not confound the truth by mixing it with falsehood, and do not conceal the truth while you know (the meaning and outcome of what you do, and that what you strive to hide is true, and that Muhammad is the Messenger of God, whose coming you have been anticipating).
|Reviewed by Robert Williams
|Greetings in Peace. May your Ramadhaan fast be accepted by the Almighty and be full of His Blessings.
After the month of Ramadhaan fasting is ended with the sighting of the new moon, Muslims will celebrate with an Eid festival. There are only two celebrations in Islaam, and this Eid festival (Eid-ul-fitr) is one of them. The other celebration is the Big Eid (Eid-ul-adha) and the Eid after the Ramadhaan fast is the Little Eid. These are the only two celebrations that Muslims do in accordance with Islaam.
Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was very clear that he not be celebrated after his death. God Almighty alone is to be celebrated for his many Blessings including sending his last testament - The Recitation (in Arabic: Al Qur'aan) to mankind via the Angel Gabriel to Prophet Muhammad.
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
|Interesting and eye opening article, Safi; well done!
(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in America, Karen Lynn in Texas. :)
I pray all this silly violence stops; it's madness! :( NOBODY has the right to blaspheme Muhammed or ANY other religious figure! NOBODY!!