The Characteristics of Prophet Muhammed (PBUH)

Author: Imaam al Tirmidhi | Size: 21 MB | Pages: 225 | Format: PDF
Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) is the best role model for all humankind. Among his outstanding virtues and characteristics, he was an extraordinary husband, a perfect father, and a unique grandfather. He was also a great statesman, judge, and spiritual leader. His most distinctive quality, however, was the fact that he was a blessing to all in both word and deed. He infused justice, love, and dignity in all those around him. He spread the power of brotherhood to the extent that it became exceptional in human history. Affirming that these grand virtues were bestowed on him by Allah the Almighty and that He prepared His loyal messenger to call for the true religion, is part of one’s belief.



Sunnah Articles

Allah says in Surah ale Imraan, ayah 31:
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Say (O Mohammed): If you love Allah, follow me; Allah will love you and forgive you your sins. Allah is Forgiving, Merciful.

Declaration about the Sunnah – Imam Shaf’ii
Love for the messenger of Allah – ibn Rajab al Hanbali

Nukhbat al-Fikr – Science of Hadeeth

Author: Ibn Hajr al Asqalani | Size: 1.2MB | Pages: 61 | Format: PDF

Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani. The classic work on Usool al-Hadith by the al-Hafidh Ibn Hajr al-Asqalani. An essential title for anyone serisously interested in learning about Hadith, their chains of tranmission, narrators, and classfications.


Al-Adab Al-Mufrad A Code for Everyday Living

Author: Imam Bukharee | Size: 1.2MB | Pages: 175 | Format: PDF

Imam al-Bukhari is world-renowned for his major work, “al Jami’ al Sahih” (“Sahih al Bukhari”), but he has also produced a number of other works, including “al Adab al Mufrad”, here translated into English from Arabic. This book provides a vivid insight into the moral conduct of the early Muslims in a society led by the perfect character of the prophet Muhammad peace be upon him its a compilation of hadeeths from various sources.


Ar-Raheeq Al-Makhtum (The Sealed Nectar)

Author: Safi-ur-Rahman al-Mubarkpuri | Size: 1.6MB | Pages: 256 | Format: PDF

The heart of every Muslim is filled with the love the last Prophet Muhammad (SAWS) and the love of the Messenger of Allah is an asset for any Muslim. This book a biography goes into the details of the lineage of the Prophet (SAWS) his message, his jihad and his social interaction.


The Medicine of the Prophet

Author: Imam Ibn Qayyim Al-Jawziyah | Size: 17MB | Pages: 652 | Format: PDF  |

Healing with the Medicine of the Prophet is the panacea for those in search of good health. Although it was written by the author, Ibn Al-Qayyim, over six hundred and fifty years ago, it is extremely timely work for our generation in which health and natural health care products have become an important aspect of the lives of so many. The author presents the guidance of the Prophet in dealing with a variety of health issues, including treatment of ailment and preventive remedies to keep the body fit. As the Qur’an and Sunnah are the main sources of Islamic lifestyle, it only stands to reason that they should likewise be referred to in the matters of health and fitness. This is the approach taken by Ibn Al-Qayyim as he presents Verses of the Qur’an and statements of the Prophet as his main reference in these issues of health and medicines. The final chapters the this work include an extremely beneficial glossary of remedies, herbs, foods and other natural substances that aid in the journey towards better health.


Men Around the Messenger

Author: Khalid Mohammed Khalid | Size: 800kB | Pages: 65 | Format: PDF

While reading this book, we cannot help but be moved by the lives of the Companions herein depicted. How we long to have their awe and reverence for Allah! How we long to spend the same hours in worship as they! How we long to be as brave as they were in the face of danger! How we long to be as patient as they were under torture! This book fulfills the need for the English-speaking Muslim to learn more about that first generation of Muslims. Indeed the Companions — the men who were contemporaries with the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) — inspire and encourage us.


The Battles of the Prophet

Author: ibn Kathir | Size: 6.5mb | Pages: 221 | Format: PDF

Ibn Kathir. This Book is extracted from the Book of Imam Ibn Kathir ‘Al-Bidayah Wan-Nihayah’ one of the most important texts written about the History of the World until the time of the author. As with many Translation of Ibn Kathirs Works this is an Abridged version without impairing the contents of the book. All of the Prophet’s battles occurred after the Hijrah, within a span of ten years. The Prophet sallallâhu ‘alayhi wa sallam had to fight in many of these battles. This book has a description of the Battles of Badr, ‘Uhud, al Ahzab, Banu Quraizah, Al-Muraisi, Khaibar, Mu’tah, Conquest of Makkah, Hunain and Tabuk


Declaration about the Sunnah

Imam Sha’fi
Shaafi`ee said: includes all that the Apostle has provided in the sunna concerning which there is no Book. There is in this book – concerning God’s favoring mankind to understand the Book and Wisdom – a proof that Wisdom is the sunna of the Apostle of God.

Included in what I have stated concerning God’s command to His creatures ordering obedience to the Apostle and specifiying the place it has in religion, is a proof of the precise definition of the duties stated in the Qur’aan, which consists of the following categories

The first category is what the Book has laid down with such clarity that nothing further – in addition to revelation (tanzeel) – was needed.

The second category consists in what is clearly stated in the obligation imposed ordering obedience to the Prophet. The Apostle is his turn precisely stated on the authority of God what the duties are, upon whom they are binding, and in what circumstances some of them are required or not required, and when they are binding.

The third category consists in what has specified only in the sunna of His Prophet, in the absence of a textual Book.

Everything is a clear explanation for the Book of God.

So he who accepts the duties to God in His Book should accept the sunna of the Apostle by God’s command ordering His creatures to obey the Apostle and to have recourse to his decision. For he who accepts on the authority of the Apostle accepts it from God, since God has imposed the obligation to obey .

The acceptance of laid down in both the Book of God and the sunna of the Apostle means the acceptance of each one as imposed by God, despite the differing reasons for the acceptance of what He permitted or prohibited, commanded, or punished in various ways as He pleased, glorified be His praise. For He said, “He will not be questioned about what He does, but they will be questioned.”

Love for the Messenger

ibn Rajab al Hanbali

It is related in the Sahihain of al-Bukhari and Muslim, rahimahumallaah, from Anas, radhiallahu `anhu, that the Prophet, sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam, said: “None of you truly believes until I am more beloved to him than his father, his child and all of mankind.”

And in the same sources we find that `Umar ibn al Khattab, radhiallahu `anhu, said to Allah’s Messenger, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, “O Rasoolullah, you are more beloved to me than anything except my own self.” Allah’s Messenger, sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam, then told him, “No, by the One in Whose Hand is my soul, not until I am more beloved to you than your own soul.” `Umar then told him, “By Allah, now you are more beloved to me than my own soul.” Allah’s Messenger, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, then told him that now he had the complete and correct faith.

Ibn Rajab says about love of the Messenger sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam:

Love for the Messenger sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam is at two levels.

The first level is obligatory. This is the love that requires one to accept whatever the Messenger sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam brought from Allah and to receive it with love, pleasure, esteem and submission, without seeking guidance from any other source whatsoever. This is then followed by excellent following of him in whatever he conveyed from his Lord and to affirm whatever he has reported of obligations, to remain away from anything he has prohibited of forbidden acts, to give support for his religion and to strive against those who oppose him according to one’s ability. All of this are necessary components that one must possess and a person’s Faith is not complete without them.

The second level is superior . This type of love requires following his example in an excellent way and fulfilling the following of his Sunnah with respect to his behavior, manners, voluntary deeds, superogatory actions, eating, drinking, dressing, excellent behaviour with his wives and other aspects of his perfect manners and pure behavior. It also includes learning about his life and days. It also includes the heart trembling when mentioning him, saying prayers and blessings upon him often out of what resides in the heart of love for him, esteem for him and respect for him. It also includes loving to listen to his words and preferring them over the words of others of the creation. And one of the greatest aspects of this love is to follow him in his abstinence of this world, his being suffices with a little and his turning to and desiring of the everlasting Hereafter.

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