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The attributes of the prophet Muhammad(s.w.t)

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rafal alwiath

on 21 August 2013

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The attributes of the prophet Muhammad(s.w.t)
The Qualities of Prophet Muhammad (s.w.t)

He ordered his cousin, Abi Talib to postpone his migration for three days to return to people their valuables.


When Prophet Muhammad (phuh) was at the age of 40 angel Gabriel (sent by Allah) came to him delivering the verses of the holly Qur’an.
After 23 years prophet Muhammad (pbuh) the Qur’an was fully revealed.
Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) made sure that people understood the messages by explaining it to them.

Hi guys, today myself Rafal and Ikhnoor are about to inform all of you about the qualities of the pure prophet Muhammad(s.w.t).We will be focusing on
delivering the message
So im gonna shutup and we'll will get started!
One of the most important attributes in order to be a good prophet is to be able to deliver the message (tablig).
No matter how many years it takes no matter what obstacle goes in front of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) he will deliver the message.

Prophet Muhammad was the perfect example of trustworthiness.
Being trustworthy shows honest, fairness, also keeping secrets and promises.
Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w) was trustworthy in many ways.
The non-believer of Makkah -who were openly hostile towards him- would leave their valuables with him.
His honesty and reliability was tested when the pagans of Makkah abused him and tortured his companions and drove them out of their homes.
Truthfulness means to be telling the truth, being honest and treating everyone equally.
Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w) never said a lie and always did the right thing.
‘The characteristic that the prophet (pbuh) disliked most was the act of lying.
A man would say a lie near the prophet (pbuh) and he would keep it inside his stomach until he felt that he felt sorry and knew his mistake’. Even his enemies stayed true to his act of truthfulness.one of his biggest enemies of Islam, said:’ O Muhammad! I do not say that you are a liar! I only deny what you brought and what you call people to’.
To be intelligent means to have a good understanding and a high level of knowledge.
Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h) knew what to say, when and what’s the right thing to do at that point of time.
Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h) was intelligent in many, many ways.
This is one wonderful example: Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h) had accepted a gift from a poor man. He started eating the fruit alone while a few people watched him. One person said, "O Prophet of Allah, have you overlooked the right of those who watch while you eat?” he waited for the poor man to go while smiling. Then he said, "I tasted the fruit and it was not ripe yet. If I allowed you to have some of it, someone would have definitely commented on it, and disappointing the poor man who brought this gift. Rather than make him feel bitter, I accepted the bitterness."

ِنَّهُمْ لاَ يُكَذِّبُونَكَ وَلَـكِنَّ الظَّالِمِينَ بِآيَاتِ اللَّهِ يَجْحَدُون

To be innocent means to have no sins and wrongdoings.
Abu jahl said to Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h) we are not saying you are a liar but we say that the message which you brought to us is a lie.
After that Allah (s.w.t) in Quran said {they do not lie but the Revelations of Allah}"
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