Quran: And hold firmly to the rope of Allah all together & do not become divided.(3/103) O you who have believed, fear Allah. & let every soul look to what it has put forth for tomorrow - & fear Allah. Indeed, Allah is Acquainted with what you do.(59/18) He decreed for you the same religion decreed for Noah, & what we inspired to you, & what we decreed for Abraham, Moses, & Jesus: "You shall uphold this one religion, & do not divide it."(42:13). The idol worshipers will greatly resent what you invite them to do. GOD redeems to Himself whomever He wills; He guides to Himself only those who totally submit.(42:14) Hadith: Make (Execute) For Allah, As Allah is watching you. Ummah Unity

The Prophet Muhammad (SAWS) 570-632 AD

The Prophet Muhammad (SAWS) 570-632 AD

The Prophet Muhammad (SAWS) 570-632 AD

Now there has come to you Messenger from among you; grievous to him is your suffering; anxious is her over you, gentle to the believers, compassionate. So if they turn their back, say; “Allah is enough for me There is no deity save Him. In Him I have put my trust. He is the lord of the Mighty Throne.

22 April: The Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu alaihiwasallam) is born in Makkah. His father, Abdullah Ibn Abd Al-Muttalib, Dies two months before his birth.

Aminah (Radhiyallahu Anha), The Prophet Muhammad’s mother, takes him to Madina Munawwara. On the way back to Makkah, Aminah (RA) dies. The Prophet was brought up fist by his grandfather, Abd Al-Muttalib, and later on by his uncle, Abu Talib.

At the age of twelve, Muhammad (SWAS) Travels to Syria along with his uncle Abu Talib for trade.

Khadija (RA), a widow and merchant, employs Prophet Muhammad (SAWS) to sell her goods; he travels to Syria taking her goods for trade.

The Prophet Muhammad (SWAS) marries Khadija. They have four daughters and two sons. Sadly, both sons die at early age.

The Prophet Muhammad (SWAS) helps to rebuild the Kabah.

Beginning of the Prophet’s Mission the Angel Jibril (AS) reveals the first few verses of the Quran to him while he is thinking about God in the Cave of Hira Near Makkah. Khadijah, Ali, Abu Bakr and Zayd (RA) were the first to embrace Islam.

The Prophet Muhammad (SWAS) starts preaching Islam to the people of Makkah. Not many respond to his call. Most Makkans oppose him, treating him and his followers with scorn and cruelty.

Persecution increases. The Prophet Muhammad (SWAS) his Family and the people of Makkah followers are boycotted by Makkans.

The Prophet Muhammad (SWAS) goes to Taif to seek help, but the people of the city turn him away, urging street children to pelt him with stones. He is wounded all over his body and his shoes are drenched with blood.

Isra and Miraaj (The Night journey and the Ascent) take place. The prophet is taken from Makkah to Jerusalem on a horse-like creature with wings, called Buraaq, brought to him by the Angel Jibril. From the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, The Prophet Muhammad (SWAS) accompanied by Jibril, goes up the seven Heavens and comes in the divine presence.

A plot is hatched in Makkah to kill The Prophet Muhammad (SWAS) to save his life, The Prophet (SWAS) toes away to Madinah, which marks the beginning of the Islamic calendar known as Hijri. The Prophet Muhammad (SWAS) receives a warm welcome from the people of Madinah Most of his followers leave Makkah for Madinah.

Change of Qiblah from Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem to Kabah In Makkah. Fasting in enbrusted in to the believers.

17 March (19 Ramdhan, AH (After Hijri) 2): A large army of Makkans comes all the way to Madinah to attack Muslims. Muslim group defeats them at Badr near Madinah.

March (Dhul Qadah, AH 6): The Prophet signs the Peace Treaty at Hudaybiyyah, near Makkah, which the Quran calls “a clear victory.”

The Prophet (Peace be upon Him) sends letters and countries to the kings of Persia, Yemen and Ehiopia, and the Emperor Heraclius, to spread the message of Islam.

January (20 Ramdhan, AH 8): Makkah surrenders without a fight. The Prophet (Pbuh) forgives his Makkan opponents. The idols are all taken out from kabah and all of the people present there accept Islam.

Islam is accepted by many Arabian tribes.

March (Dhul Hijjah, AH 10): The Prophet (Pbuh) goes for his Hajj (known as the farewell Pilgrimage). As he stands at Arafat to deliver his sermon, the very last verse of Quran is revealed to him. 8 June (12 Rabi Al Awwal, AH 11): The Prophet Muhammad (SWAS) dies, and his closest Companion, Abu Bakr (RA), succeeds him as the first Caliph in Islam.

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The Prophet Muhammad (SAWS) 570-632 AD

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Being a Muslim it is must to spread saying (Ahadith) of Prophet (PBUH) to each and every one for which one will be rewarded both in this world and life hereafter.

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