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      The Prophet's Bibliography

      The Prophet's Bibliography


      The Birth of the Prophet

      Before Islam in the year in which the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) was born), the Ka’bah was subjected to an attack by the Ethiopian Abrahah, who had built al-Qulays, a church to which he wanted the Arabs to make their pilgrimage.
      He set out with his army, with whom was the elephant, and when they reached Makkah, Allah sent flocks of birds against them; each bird was carrying three stones like chickpeas or lentils, one in its beak and two in its claws. Every man who was struck by a stone was killed, so the army was destroyed, by the command of Allah.
      Allah has mentioned this incident in His Book, where He says (interpretation of the Meanings):
      “Have you not seen how your Lord dealt with the Owners of the Elephant? Did He not make their plot go astray?
      And sent against them birds, in flocks,
      Striking them with stones of Sijjeel,
      And made them like an empty field of slaks (in which the corn has been eaten up by cattle).” [al-Feel 105:1-5]
      The Prophet r did not see his father who was on a trading mission with a caravan on their way to Great Syria at the time of his birth. He became sick and died on his way back to Makkah, and was burried in Almadinah.

      Before his birth his mother; Aminah, dreamt that a light came out of her body and lit the world, especially the castles of Kisra in Great Syria -now Palestine, Syria and Jordan. She had no pains at all during giving birth to him.
      The minute he was born, his grandfather Abdul Muttalib took him to AlKa'bah to thank Allah. He chose a beautiful name which was not previously known to Arabs. It is Muhammad. After that his mother took him in search of a wet nurse, so he would grow up in the desert to be strong.
      She went to the market, stayed until the wet-nurses came. They rejected him because he was an orphan, which will deprive them of a big amount of money.


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      The Tribe of Banu Sa’d

      Lady Aminah went to find a wet nurse to suckle her son; Prophet Muhammad .
      They rejected him. Haleemah, a woman from the tribe of Banu Sa’d, her husband and children were suffering from starvation, because the sheep had not enough milk.
      So they decided to go to Makkah hoping to find a baby to suckle. She found Prophet Muhammad, whom the wet-nurses rejected.
      She felt sorry for him and said: I hate to go back home without a baby to suckle. I will take that baby. Maybe Allah will give us blessings.
      The minute she put him in her lap, milk started pouring from her breasts. The prophet rsucckled until he was full, then her baby whos is a nursing-brother suckled utill he was full, and fell asleep, then the prophet slept.


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      The Blessing of The Prophet

      Lady Halimah owned a weak donkey. The minute she mounted it with the baby; Prophet Muhammad , it started running faster than the other donkeys, all the way till they arrived at the location of the tribe of Banu Sa’d. It was arid without anything that cattles can eat.
      When Prophet Muhammad lived with them, all kinds of plants grew in great amounts, until even weak sheep produced milk which was enough to feed everyone.
      When her husband saw that he said to her: By Allah O Halimah, you took a blessed boy.


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      Splitting His Chest

      Lady Halimah asked his mother to let him stay at Bani Sa'd until he grows up. She agreed.
      Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) spent five years with the family.
      Then something happened which made her accelerate returning him to his mother in Makkah; that was at a time while he was playing with other kids, when the Archangel Gabriel appeared, took him, made him lie down under a tree, split his chest and extracted a black leech from it.
      Then he washed his heart in Zam Zam water which was in a pot made of gold, and returned it to its place.
      The children watched that, went and told Lady Halimah that Muhammad was killed. She ran to the area, found the face of Muhammad pale, so she returned him to his mother.
      The Prophet is under the custody of his grandfather.
      The Prophet lived with his mother till he became six years old. During that year he went with her to visit his father's grave in Al Madinah. She was sick, and her situation became worse, and died in a place between Makkah and Al Madinah called (Al Abwa'). Abdul Muttalib took Muhammad and returned to Makkah after burying Aminah.
      From that point on, Muhammad was loved and taken good care of by his grandfather, who preferred him to his sons.
      People used to make a special sitting area for Abdul Muttaleb in the shade of Ka'bah. None of his children dared sit in it, but Muhammad used to do that. Once he sat and his uncles tried to prevent him. Abdul Muttalib saw that and prevented them from doing so, and said: "leave my son alone. By Allah he will be of great status", then he made him sit with him, and was passing his hand on his back as a sign of love and affection.


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      In Hira Cave

      The Prophet grew up hating idols, therefore, he had never prostrate to them, or swore by The Lat and Ozza which were the idols they worshipped. He grew up hating fun and idleness. He tended sheep for a small pay, and later he worked for Khadija who paid him a big fare.
      Maysarah; a servant for her witnessed the Prophet's truthfulness and fidelity in selling and buying. He told her that a cloud hovered above the Prophet's head to protect him from the heat. Lady Khadijah grew fond of him , and sent to him her friend Nafisah to suggest to him marrying lady Khadijah. He consulted his uncles, and they approved.
      Lady Khadijah, May Allah be pleased with her was the best supporter; she used to prepare food and drink for him before he went to Hira Cave.
      One night The Almighty Allah sent the Archangel Gabriel to Muhammad. He became afraid, went home and told lady Khadijah of the event.
      She went to her cousin Waraqah Ibn Nawfal, who was a scholar of religions at that time. He told her that her husband is the prophet of that time. She instantly believed him, and was not only the woman to believe him, but also the first Muslim.




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