How much do you know About prophet Mohammed

الكاتب : yusof2005   المشاهدات : 685   الردود : 9    ‏2006-06-26
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  1. yusof2005

    yusof2005 عضو

    التسجيل :
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    I found these facts about our prophet (SAAWS) and how much of these facts so you know?

    facts on next post.

    your brother yusof​
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  3. yusof2005

    yusof2005 عضو

    التسجيل :
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    1. When was the Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) born?
    He was born on Monday, 9th Rabi Al Awwal, April 22nd, 571 AC.
    2. Where was the Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) born?
    In Makkah
    3. What is the name of the Prophet's father?
    Abdullah Ibn Abdul Muttalib.
    4. What is the name of the Prophet's mother?
    Aminah Bint Wahhab Ibn Abd Manaf Ibn Zahrah.
    5. When and where did his (prophet's) father die?
    He died in Makkah before Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) was born.
    6. What is the name of the Prophet's grandfather?
    Abdul Muttalib.
    7. What was his granfather's position?
    He was the chief of his clan Bani Hashim.
    8. What is the Prophet's (p.b.u.h.) lineage up to his fifth ancestor?
    He is Muhammad Ibn Abdullah Ibn Abdul Muttalib Ibn Hashim Ibn Abd Manaf Ibn Qusai Ibn Kilab.
    9. Who suckled the Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h.)?
    First Thuyeba, the freed slave girl of his uncle Abdul Uzza known as Abu Lahab, then Haleema Bint Abu Dhuaib, best known as Haleema Al Sadiyah
    10. Who named the Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h.)?
    Abdul Muttalib
    11. What did Muhammad's (p.b.u.h.) mother name him?
    12. Why did she (the Prophet's mother) choose this name?
    Because she saw an angel in a dream calling the new-born baby Ahmad.
    13. How old was Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) when his mother died?
    Six years old.
    14. Where did his mother take him?
    She took him to Yathrib (Madinah) to visit her relatives.
    15. Where did his mother die?
    On her way back to Makkah, she died at Abwa and was buried there.
    16. Who brought Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) back to Makkah?
    His father’s slave girl, Umm Aiman (May Allah be pleased with her).
    17. Who took the charge of his care?
    His grandfather Abdul Muttalib.
    18. How long did The Prophet's grandfather take care of the Prophet Muhammad?
    For two years.
    19. How was his (Abdul Muttalib's) behavior with Muhammad (p.b.u.h.)?
    He loved him very much and preferred him to his own sons.
    20. What did Abdul Muttalib foretell about his grandson?
    That he would hold a prestigious position.
    21. Who took care of the Prophet (p.b.u.h.) after the death of Abdul Muttalib?
    His uncle Abu Talib

    22. How old was Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) when his grandfather Abdul Muttalib died? About eight years old.
    23. When did Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) travel to Syria and with whom?
    He went to Syria with his uncle Abu Talib when he was twelve years old.
    24. Who was Khadijah (May Allah be pleased with her)?
    She was a wealthy merchant of Makkah.
    25. Why did she (Khadijah) want to marry Muhammad (p.b.u.h.)?
    Because of his truthfulness and good conduct.
    26. When did she (Khadijah) marry Muhammad (p.b.u.h.)?
    When she was 40 years old.
    27. How old was Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) at the time of the marriage?
    He was 25.
    28. What did he (the Prophet) give her (Khadijah) as Mahr (dowry)?
    Twenty camels.
    29. Was Khadijah (May Allah be pleased with her) a widow?
    Yes. The Prophet (p.b.u.h.) was her third husband.
    30. How was Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) known in the society?
    He was known as Al Ameen (trustworthy) and Al Sadiq (truthful).
    31. Did he get any sort of education?
    No, he didnt get any formal education from the society, rather he was taught by Almighty Allah.
    32. What should one say when the Prophet's (p.b.u.h.) name is mentioned?
    One should say صلى الله عليه وسلم (May the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him).
    33. How many times is the name of Muhammad mentioned in the Holy Quran?
    Four times.
    34. What are the names of the Prophet’s (p.b.u.h.) uncles?
    They are: Harith, Zubair, Abu Talib, Hamzah (May Allah be pleased with him), Abu Lahab, Ghidaq, Maqwam, Safar and Abbas (May Allah be pleased with him).
    35. Did his uncle Abu Talib accept Islam?
    No, he died a polytheist.
    36. In the New Testament by what name was the Prophet (p.b.u.h.) mentioned?
    By the name of Paraclete.
    37. What is Kabah?
    It is the oldest house of worship on the earth.
    38. Who built it?
    The Prophet Ibrahim and his son Ismael (May Allah be pleased with them).
    39. How did Quraish arrange rebuilding of Kabah?
    They divided the work among various tribes. Each tribe was responsible for rebuilding a part of it.
    40. Who laid the stones?
    A Byzantine mason called Baqum.
    41. Where did the Prophet (p.b.u.h.) go into seclusion?
    To the Cave of Hira.
    42. What was the fist stage of the revelation?
    True dreams.

    43. When did the first revelation come down to him?
    On Monday, 21st of Ramadan, at night (August 10th, 610 AC). He was forty years then.
    44. Who brought it?
    45. Who were the first to embrace Islam?
    Four persons: Khadijah his wife, Zaid Ibn Haritha his freed slave, Ali Ibn Abi Talib his cousin and Abu Bakr his friend (May Allah be pleased with them).
    46. Who accepted Islam at the instance of Abu Bakr (May Allah be pleased with him)?
    Uthman Ibn Affan, Zubair Ibn Awwam, Abdur Rahman Ibn Awf, Sad Ibn Abi Waqqaas, Talha Ibn Ubaidullah and Saeed Ibn Zaid (Umar’s son-in-law) (May Allah be pleased with them).
    47. Who were the ladies to accept Islam at first?
    Abbas’s wife Ummaul Fadl, Abu Bakr’s wife Asma Bint Umais, his daughter Asma Bint Abi Bakr and Fatimah Bint Al Khattab Umar’s sister (May Allah be pleased with them).
    48. How was the Dawah done in the beginning?
    It was done in secret.
    49. How many people embraced Islam in the early stage?
    About forty.
    50. How many years did the call in secret continue?
    For three years.
    51. During this period, where would the Muslims gather secretly?
    They would gather secretly in the house of a Muslim called Arqam to learn about Islam and the revelations sent down to the Prophet (p.b.u.h.).
    52. When did the Prophet (p.b.u.h.) start to preach Islam openly?
    After three years when he received the revelation to that effect.
    53. What was the impact of his public preaching?
    The people accepted Islam increasingly.
    54. What was the main miracle of the Prophet (p.b.u.h.)?
    The Holy Quran.
    55. Did the Prophet (p.b.u.h.) perform other miracles?
    Yes, the splitting of the moon was one of them.
    56. Who was Abu Jahl?
    One of the Prophet’s (p.b.u.h.) uncles.
    57. Name some of the disbelievers of Makkah who supported the Prophet (p.b.u.h.), but did not embrace Islam until the end.
    Abu Talib, Mutim Ibn Adi and Abul Bukhtari.
    58. How long did Abu Talib protect the Prophet (p.b.u.h)?
    For 42 years – from the Prophet’s childhood until he himself died.
    59. Who was Mutim Ibn Adi?
    A chief of Makkah.
    60. When did he (Mutim Ibn Adi) give protection to the Prophet (p.b.u.h.)?
    When the Prophet (p.b.u.h.) returned from Taif and wanted to enter Makkah.
    61. When did he (Mutim Ibn Adi) die?
    He was killed in the Battle of Badr.

    62. Who was Abul Bukhtari?
    He was a poet.
    63. How did he (Abul Bukhtari) support the Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h.)?
    He spoke out against the social boycott.
    64. What lead the Muslims to emigrate to Abyssinia?
    Their growing persecution at the hands of Quraish.
    65. Which Surah lead to this emigration?
    Surah Az Zumar.
    66. When was Abul Bukhtari killed?
    In the battle of Badr.
    67. Who was then the King of Abyssinia?
    The King of Abyssinia, known as Najjashi (the Negus), during the time of the Prophet (p.b.u.h.) was As'hama.
    68. When did the first group of Muslims leave for Abyssinia?
    In Rajab, in the fifth year of Prophethood.
    69. How many persons were there in the group?
    12 men and 4 women.
    70. How were the emigrants received in Abyssinia?
    They were received warmly and hospitably.
    71. When did the second group of emigrants leave for Abyssinia?
    In the fifth year of Prophethood.
    72. How many people formed the group?
    83 men and 18 women.
    73. Name a prominent companion included in this group.
    Ja'far Ibn Abi Talib (May Allah be pleased with him).
    74. What did Quraish do?
    They despatched two envoys to Abyssinia to demand the extradition of the emigrants.
    75. How did the King respond?
    He refused to extradite the Muslims and assured them of his full protection.
    76. When did Umar (May Allah be pleased with him) accept Islam?
    At the age of 27.
    77. Who was Bilal Ibn Rabah (May Allah be pleased with him)?
    He was a slave of Umayyah Ibn Khalaf.
    78. What was his (Bilal Ibn Rabah's) origin?
    He was of Abyssinian decent.
    79. What was the name of Bilal's mother?
    80. Who was Yaser (May Allah be pleased with him)?
    He was a slave of Abu Jahl.
    81. Who was Sumayyah (May Allah be pleased with her)?
    She was Yaser's (a slave of Abu Jahl) wife.
    82. Who was Ammar (May Allah be pleased with him)?
    He was Yaser and Sumayyah's only son.

    83. How did Summaya (May Allah be pleased) die?
    Abu Jahl murderded her with a bayonet.
    84. Who was Zaid Ibn Haritha (May Allah be pleased with him)?
    He was a slave.
    85. Who purchased him (Zaid Ibn Haritha)?
    Khadijah's nephew Hakim Ibn Hizam purchased him and presented him to her.
    86. What did Khadijah do with Zaid Bin Haritha?
    She presented him to the Prophet who set him free.
    87. Did Zaid Bin Haritha want to go to his parents?
    No, he preferred to live with the Prophet (p.b.u.h.).
    88. To whom was Zaid Bin Haritha married?
    To Umma Aiman (May Allah be pleased with her).
    89. Who was Ja'far?
    He was the elder brother of Ali Ibn Talib (May Allah be pleased with him).
    90. Where did he (Ja'far) emigrate?
    To Abyssinia.
    91. Who was Ali (May Allah be pleased with him)?
    He was the son of Abu Talib and cousin of the Prophet (p.b.u.h.).
    92. When did Ali (May Allah be pleased with him) accept Islam?
    When he was 19.
    93. What was he (Ali) called for his bravery?
    The "Lion of Allah".
    94. Whom did Ali first marry?
    He first married the Prophet's (p.b.u.h.) daughter Fatimah (may Allah be pleased with her).
    95. How many sons did Ali have from her?
    Two sons: Hasan and Husain (May Allah be pleased with them).
    96. When did Sa'd bn Abi Waqqas (May Allah be pleased with him) become a Muslim?
    When he was 19.
    97. Where did Sa'd (May Allah be pleased with him) die?
    He died in Al Madinah.
    98. What was Sa'd's advice to Muslims?
    To stand united.
    99. Who was Abu Bakr's father (May Allah be pleased with him) and did he accept Islam?
    He was Uthman (May Allah be pleased with him) (Abu Quhafah). Yes, he accepted Islam during the Conquest of Makkah.

    facts found on islamic finder
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  5. SamiAlganhey

    SamiAlganhey عضو متميّز

    التسجيل :
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    Some of it is True, or we think is True
    From 571 AC to 2006
    that's 1,435 years ago
    No one has proven what happened 1,000 years ago
    And Your tell me that all of this is true. Well Prove it.... Not all of this is in the HOLY QURAN. They Way you wrote like there's a Story to it. Or like this is a story. And if it did happen who would get this information, or how did they get this information. They can't write all of this on a ROCK and then still be there for 1,000 year or more in this care 1,435 years AGO
    WHERE did you get this Information from?1
    I Promise You not all of it is Wright, But some of them are Wright
    Thanks Again
    For all Your Effort
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  7. زهرة الحائط

    زهرة الحائط عضو

    التسجيل :
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    mashallah.. thank u bro.
    sala Allah 3ala mo7amd.. whenever we hear of His greatness, of his tolerance.. we owe nothing to say but Al7amd llilah.. that he is our leader
    guys u have no idea how His great figure was with his women.. he was so nice and romantic he was a good husband in the full sense.. when men start talking about women in islam and how our prophet married many women.. i just wonder.. does humanity brought some man like Mohammed? no one like him and no one can claim that he treats us, the women ( al-8awareer) better than he does
    Allahoma sali 3alaa Mo7amad wa ejma3na ma3aho fi al janah
    thanks bro. again... that was very touching
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  9. sami yousef

    sami yousef عضو

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    mashallah thanks for the info
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  11. google

    google عضو نشيط

    التسجيل :
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    This is a very critical question
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  13. SamiAlganhey

    SamiAlganhey عضو متميّز

    التسجيل :
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    WHO KNOWs???? NO ONE????1
    And if soo, HOW?3
    And all this time and the same information is still the same
    Words change
    Wait 50 years from now and read about SUDDAM and his children that died, and the war in ARIQ. I BET YOU ANY MONEY that some how that information will Change in some way. And we have almost everything on tap and books and Technology is REALY good, and it's getting better and better. 1
    BUT back in days they had no books not pictures no pens, Nothing but STONES to write on. And You think some one is going to write all the information on top of a ROCK, COME ON ....... We're in 2006
    I'm a Muslim, always have been always will be
    Allah ma luk el Humed YA ALLAH
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  15. خالد بن سعيد

    خالد بن سعيد عضو متميّز

    التسجيل :
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    I think u need to read some thing about ur prophet if u’r Muslim from the history books.
    fact: they can write on the paper 3000 years ago.
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  17. خالد بن سعيد

    خالد بن سعيد عضو متميّز

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    my brother Yusof
    thank a lot for this good information
    barak alla feek
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  19. SamiAlganhey

    SamiAlganhey عضو متميّز

    التسجيل :
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    WHAT??????????????????????? 3,000 years ago
    YEAH RIGHT>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>1
    Also, maybe you meant 300 years ago
    THAT maybe I can let go, but not 3,000 years ago
    Will I thank you for your option, and my option is that you need to read more history books or listen to more people that know what there talking about. 2