Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him) is the greatest man in history.You will see what said many of non-musl...
Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him) is the greatest man in history.You will see what said many of non-muslim thinkers and intellectuals throughout history. Muslims love God mean Allah(There is no god except Allah)in first place and Prophet Mohammed in second place. Muslims pray only for God (Allah) and Muhammad is the Messenger and servant of Allah.
Considering the qualities and This "A-Z" on Muhammad, peace be upon him, deals with well established facts about Muhammad, peace be upon him, but certainly does not include everything there is to know about Muhammad, peace be upon him. Volumes and encyclopedias and even libraries have been dedicated to presenting the picture of this great man.
A. Articulate - Muhammad, peace be upon him, although unable to read or write throughout his entire life, was able to express himself in clear and decisive terms and in the best of classical Arabic language.
B. Brave - Muhammad, peace be upon him, was praised for his courage and bravery during and after his life by his followers and opponents alike. He has always been an inspiration to Muslims and even non-Muslims throughout the centuries.
C. Courteous - Muhammad, peace be upon him, always put other people's feelings ahead of his own and was the most courteous of hosts and the best of guests wherever he went.
D. Dedicated - Muhammad, peace be upon him, was determined to carry out his mission and present the message with which he had been sent, to the entire world.
E. Eloquent - Muhammad, peace be upon him, claimed he was not a poet, yet he could express himself in the most concise manner, using the least amount of words in a most classic manner. His words are still quoted by millions of Muslims and non-Muslims today everywhere.
F. Friendly - Muhammad, peace be upon him, was noted for being the most friendly and considerate of all who knew him.
G. Generous - Muhammad, peace be upon him, was most generous with his possessions and never wanted to keep anything if there was anyone who was in need. This was true of gold, silver, animals and even food and drink.
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