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Life History of Prophet Muhammad Pbuh

Life History of Prophet Muhammad Pbuh

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 Ar-Raheeq Al-Makhtum (The Sealed Nectar
 
By
Saifur Rahman al-Mubarakpur
 
 
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CONTENTS
Location and nature of Arab Tribes
 Location of the Arabs Arab Tribes
Rulership and Princeship among the Arabs
 Rulership in Yemen Rulership in Heerah Rulership in Geographical Syria Rulership in Hijaz The Reasons of this war have been illustrated in three versions Rulership in Pan-Arabia The political situation
Religions of the Arabs
 The Religious situation
Aspects of Pre-Islamic Arabian Society
 Social life of the Arabs The Economic Situation
The Lineage and Family of Muhammad (Peace be upon him)
 The prophetic Family
Muhammad’s Birth and Forty years prior Prophethood
 His Birth Babyhood Back to his passionate Mother To His compassionate Grandfather Bahira, the Monk The Sacrilegious wars Al-Fudoul confederacy Muhammad’s Early Job His Marriage to Khadijah Rebuilding Al-Ka‘bah and the Arbitration Issue A Rapid Review of Muhammad’s Biography before commissioning of the Prophethood
In the Shade of the Message and Prophethood
 In the Cave of Hira’ Gabriel brings down the Revelation Interruption of Revelation Once more, Gabriel brings Allah’s Revelation Some details pertinent to the successive stages of Revelation Proclaiming Allah, the All-High; and the Immediate Constituents
Phases and stages of the call
 
The First Stage
 
Strife in the Way of the Call
 Three years of Secret Call The Early Converts
 As-Salat 
 (the Prayer) The Quraishites learn about the Call
The Second Phase, Open Preaching
 First Revelation regarding the Preaching Calling the Closest Kinspeople On Mount As-Safa Shouting the Truth and the Polytheists’ Reaction An Advisory Council to debar Pilgrims from Muhammad’s Call Attempts made to check the Onward March of Islam
 
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Persecutions The House of Al-Arqum The First Migration to Abyssinia (Ethiopia) Quraish’s Machination against the Emigrants Once more Quraish approaches Abu Talib The Tyrants’ Decision to kill the Prophet (Peace be upon him) The Conversion of Hamzah bin ‘Abdul-Muttalib The Conversion of ‘Umar bin Al-Khattab Quraish’s Representative negotiates with the Messenger of Allah (Peace be upon him) Abu Talib assmbles Bani Hashim and Bani Al-Muttalib
General Social Boycott
 A Pact of Injustice and Aggression
The Final Phase of the Diplomacy of Negotiation
 
The Year of Grief 
 Abu Talib’s Death Khadijah passes away to the Mercy of Allah His Marriage to Sawdah (May be please with her) in Shawwal, the tenth year of Prophethood
Factors inspiring patience and perserverance
 
The Third Phase
 Calling unto Islam beyond Makkah
Islam being introduced to Arabian Tribes and Individuals
 Hope inspiring Breezes from the Madinese Marriage of the Prophet (Peace be upon him) to Aisha (May Allah be please with her)
Al-Isra’ and Al-Mir‘raj
 
The First ‘Aqabah Pledge
 The Muslim Envoy in Madinah The Second ‘Aqabah Pledge
The Vanguard of Migration (in the Cause of Allah)
 In An-Nadwah (Council) House The Parliament of Quraish
Migration of the Prophet (Peace be upon him) Life in Madinah
 
The First Phase ... The Status Quo in Madinah at the Time of Emigration
 
A New Society being built
 A Charter of Islamic Alliance
A Cooperation and Non-Aggression
 Pact with the Jews
The Prophet on the Battlefield
 Pre-Badr Missions and Invasions
The Battle of Badr - The First Decisive Battle in the History of Islam
 Reason of the Battle Some Significant Instances of Devotion Reaction in Makkah Madinah receives the News of Victory The Battle of Badr in its Qur’anic Context
The Military Activities between Badr and Uhud
 Al-Kudr Invasion An Attempt on the Life of the Prophet (Peace be upon him) Invasion of Bani Qainuqa‘ The Qainuqa‘ Jews breach the Covenant As-Sawiq Invasion Dhi Amr Invasion Ka‘b bin Al-Ashraf, killed

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