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THE LIFE OF MUHAMMAD (PBUH)
The Life of Muhammad (pbuh) This seerah of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) serves as an introduction to the life of this great man who was sent to the Earth to re-align mankind to the path of piety, justice and truth.

This seerah hopes to provide a brief over view of his life and mission as the last and final prophet of Allah (God Almighty).

1. The Life of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Asslamu alaykum! Welcome to ‘the introduction to the life of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him).’ There has never been a human being so well-respected, loved and followed as Muha...

2. Prophet Ibrahim (AS)
Every great story starts with a great person and surely one of the greatest of people was Prophet Ibrahim (as). He was given the title Khalil-ullah, which means ‘the friend of Alla...

3. Ibrahim (as) and the story of Hajj
Ibrahim (as) had been married to Sarah for a while but they did not have any children. As time went on, they prayed much to Allah to grant them some off spring. Sarah felt that she...

4. Abdul Mutallib
After the time of Prophet Ibrahim (as) and Ismael, the people gradually began to worship and pray to Idols. They began to believe in many gods, who they said were partners with All...

5. The year of the Elephant
Abdul Mutallib had ten sons, the youngest of whom was Abdullah. From all his sons, Abdul Mutallib loved Abdullah very much. When Abdullah was old enough to get married, he was marr...

6. The birth of Muhammad and his early life
The Prophet Muhammad was born on Monday 12th Rabi-ul-awal (571AD) which is approx. 20/22 of April. After he was born, Amina sent word to his grandfather, Abdul-Muttalib of the joyo...

7. Muhammad as a youth and the trade journeys
Muhammad (pbuh) began to grow up in a steady family home with Abu Talib, his uncle. Muhammad tended sheep as a youngster and later when he was about 12 years old, he accompanied Ab...

8. Marriage and the Rebuilding of the Ka'bah
Khadija was a well-respected woman amongst the Makkans. She was from a noble lineage and was also respected as a good merchant. She did not do the trade herself but hired others to...

9. Prophethood and the Early Muslims
It was in the month of Ramadan when an incident took place, which would change the rest of Muhammad’s life and the course of human history. The Prophet (pbuh) was forty years old a...

10. Open preaching of Islam
The prophet (pbuh) only preached to a close group of friends and family. The ones who accepted Islam became dedicated to Islam and began to learn, worship and study. They would hol...

11. Opposition to Islam
The Makkans were not happy, in fact they were maddened with rage and fury. They had in their midst a kind and honest man who was preaching a simple message, which their own souls t...

12. Persecution of the Muslims
The Arabs had now fully realised that they could not beat Muhammad (pbuh). There was no way they could withstand the power and eloquence of this message he brought. The message of ...

13. Hijra to Abyssinia (Ethiopia)
The Makkans were relentless in their persecution of the Muslims and in the persecution of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). They left no stone unturned in slanderin...

14. Hamzah and Umar accept Islam
The Muslims had been made to suffer by the Makkans. The prophet (phuh) had made the decision to let some of the Muslims make a Hijra to Abyssinia. These Muslims had suffered terrib...

15. Negotiations
The Makkans had tried many times to conquer the Muslims and force them to reject Islam. The Makkans wanted Islam to be eradicated from their society. In the past, the Makkans had b...

16. The Terrible Boycott
The Makkans were very angry and concerned about the situation that had developed. Especially since Hamzah and Umar had joined the ranks of the Muslims by accepting Islam. They were...

17. The Year of Sadness
The Boycott had lasted for a long hard three years during which the Muslims had suffered immensely. Only when this boycott ended, the Muslims breathed a sigh of relief. This had be...

18. From Taif to Makkah
The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) had suffered some personal losses in the death of his beloved wife Khadija and his loving Uncle, Abu Talib. After the passing of Abu Talib, the Makkans ...

19. The night journey
The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was now in the eleventh year of his mission. He had strived through some very difficult and testing times. In fact, this was a testing period for all th...

20. The pledges at Aqabah
It was Hajj again in the twelfth year of Prophethood. The tribes were pouring in from all over Arabia to the Holy House that was built by Prophet Ibrahim (as) many centuries earlie...

21. The journey to Yathrib
The Makkans were never going to allow Muhammad (pbuh) to leave Makkah. In fact, in their meeting they had planned an evil plot to murder Muhammad (pbuh). They selected one person f...

22. The New Society In Madina
After a long and tiring Journey, Muhammad (pbuh) and his close companion Abu Bakr had safely arrived in Quba. The Makkans had tried their best to prevent Muhammad (pbuh) from perfo...

23. The build up to Badr
The Makkans had been determined to finish off Islam from the earliest days. However, the Muslim community had escaped their grasp by migrating to safety in Madina. In Madina, they ...

24. The Battle at Badr
The stage for a battle was set with two opposing groups, one on each side. Firstly, the well-equipped and well-armed Makkan army with its superior weaponry and numbers was heading ...

25. Peace restored to Madina
The victorious Muslims were making the long return journey to Madina. News of the Muslim victory over the mighty Makkan had already reached Madina and the people were looking forwa...

26. The challenge at Uhud
The decisive victory in Badr had shown all of Arabia that the Muslims were serious and dedicated to their deen and their beloved prophet Muhammad (pbuh). It also demonstrated that ...

27. From Victory to Defeat
The two armies faced each other across the battlefield at Uhud. The Makkan army was present in all its glory and might - the superpower of the region. They had devised many strateg...

28. Double Tragedy
The Muslims of Madina had just finished a gruelling battle against the Makkans as they defended Madina from their aggression. The Muslims suffered some losses and were forced to re...

29. Bani Nadeer expulsions and the trench
The cold-blooded massacre of two groups of Muslims was a horrific crime against Islam. They had been invited by the tribes on a mission of education and peace but had been ambushed...

30. The battle of the trenches
The two great armies faced each other across the battlefield. On one side were the Muslims of Madina who were much smaller in number but were now fighting for; their very survival....

31. Beyond Khandak
The Muslims had just managed to drive away one of the biggest armies they had ever faced. This army had the sole intention of crushing the Muslims of Madina and ending the religion...

     
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