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    and asked his wife Hazrat Khadija (RATA) to cover him with a blanket. When he recovered fro the shock he told her cousin of hers, a scholar of Injeel, when he was explained what had happened to Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) and he knew there and told hmm that he is the last prophet of Allah .so he consoled...
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  • Youth Work
    faith or not. The basic needs of all humans are the same, Physical, safety, affection; esteem and self actualization (Maslow 1947) these needs are not faith, creed or no faith specific but are for all of Humanity. Muslim youth works intellectual and spiritual heritage Prophet Muhammad (pbuh...
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  • Ummhat -Ul- Momineen
    . Hazrat Rehana (R.A.H.) Hazrat Rehana belonged to the well known Jewish tribe called Banu Quraiza. In 6 A.H when Muslims captured this place Hazrat Rehana was brought as a war captive. According to some reports she was free by Prophet Muhammad PBUH who offered to marry her if she accepted Islam. She...
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  • Mcq's
    Marino 40-Holy Prophet PBUH appointed governor of Yemen for collection zakat? Hazrat Muaz bin Jabal 41- How many times zakat mention in Quran? 32 times 42-which Sura gives details among zakat receiver? Sura Tuba 43-where1st wahii nazall hoe? Ghar-e-hira 44- When zakat...
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  • Isamayat O Level Notes
    recitation of the Holy Quran of different tribes. Muhammad (PBUH) had granted permission to different tribes to recite the Holy Quran according to their Arabic dialects, for their convenience. The compilation made originally by Hazrat Abu Bakr was requested from Hazrat Hafsah and copies were made in...
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  • How the Time Changes
    Hazrat Umar RA. They accuse him of being a coward and running away from battles. The following has been translated into English from “Tufa Imamiya” a book written in 1981 by Maulana Hafiz Maher Muhammad. This passage is found on page number 370 of the booklet. 1. Hazrat Umar Farooq RA openly...
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  • Mumtaz
    Qur’an which is the word of Almighty God. b) Authentic Hadith or Sunah (tradition) of Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh). 4. The Qur’an will never contradict itself; nor would the authentic Hadiths contradict among themselves nor would the authentic hadith contradict the Qur’an. 5. Scholars differ at time...
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  • Islamiat Guide
    the first, free, male adult to believe in the Holy Prophet. He accepted Islam without any hesitation, argument or reluctance. After the Prophet, he was the greatest campaigner of Islam. 2. Hazrat Umar:-    Hazrat Umar, the son of Khattab was born in Makkah. He was about twelve years after the...
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  • Islamic Studies
    stated, the Qu’ran is the Revelation that was given to Muhammad (pbuh), and the qira’aat are the variations in the words and pronunciations of this revelation . Thus the qir’aat are the verbalization of the Qu’ran and the Qu’ran is preserved in the qira’at. Each qiraa’a has its own peculiar rules of...
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  • Management: Islamic Perspectives
    information was gathered and managed. In today’s world, business proprietors are realizing the importance of participative decision making and the business proprietors that consult their workers are doing much better than those that did not. In Ghazwa-e-Badr, Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) stopped at one place and...
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  • Balochistan
    political conditions of the world at the advent of Islam. 2. Migration to Madina, Battle of Badr, Treaty of Hudabyah, the farewell pilgrimage. 3. Teachings of the holy Prophet (PBUH) 4. Hazrat Abu Bakar (R.A) and Hazrat Umar (R.A): Battles and administration. 5. Hazrat Ali (R.A). 6. Causes of...
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  • Islamic Management
    consultation should be as wide as possible. Hazrat Umar (raa) was so keen on listening to different opinions that he was seeking the opinions of even juveniles on some critical matters. In one of his sayings, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) summarized the whole religion as an advice: Religion is a sincere advice...
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  • Seven Foods Mentioned in Quran
    -M-AlInaam-6), (99-K-AlInaam-6), (11-K-AlNahl-16), (AlNoor-35), (Moominoon). Hazrat Sayyed Al-Ansari narrates that the Prophet (Pbuh) said “Eat the olive oil and massage it over your bodies since it is a holy (mubarak) tree.” (Tirmizi, Ibn Maja) Hazrat Alqama Bin Amir narrates that Prophet (Pbuh...
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  • 100 business
    for the local investors to invest their capital with Muhammad (PBUH) — one of whom was Hazrat Khadijah (RA) who later became his first wife. At the age of 25, he married Hazrat Khadijah (RA) who was a successful business woman in the region. With this, he became owner and manager of Hazrat...
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  • There Is a Woman Behind a Successful Man and There Is a Man Behind an Unsuccessful Woman
    living for him. So God created Eve (Hawwa A.S).Together they began the creation of all human race. Harold MacMillan said, "No man succeeds without a good woman behind him. Wife or mother, if it is both, he is twice blessed indeed." Even the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) benefitted from the wise counsel...
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  • Jannah
    . | |The shadow of these gardens will be very dense. | |Their plants will be free of thorns...
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  • Islamic Studies
    )Truthfulness (5)Justice HONESTY IN BUSINESS The Holy prophet (pbuh) was declared not only Sadiq and Amin but he was an honest business man. This is proved by Hazrat Khadija who was richest lady of Makkah. She gave a few things to sell and she sends her servant with him. But Holy Prophet...
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  • The Quran over Centuries
    showed his work to the prophet (PBUH). Thus, the Qur’an was properly arranged during the Prophet’s life but it was not compiled in one book yet. In the meantime, most of the Prophet’s companions learned the Qur’an by heart. When Hazrat Abu bakar became Caliph after the Prophet (PBUH) had died, a...
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  • Wake Up Muslims
    Adam A.S till the day of judgement, there is no fitna greater than that of Dajjal”.  Hazrat Muhammad PBUH told us, “Dajjal will be a Jew. He will be blind in the right eye and his left eye will be like a protruding grape. The word “Kafir (Dis-believer)” will be written/engraved on his forehead...
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  • Religion of the World
    , accessed January 6, 2009. Naidu, Sarojini 1918 Ideals of Islam, Madras, Vide Speeches & Writings, p. 169 Rao, K. S. Ramakrishna 1978 Mohammad the Prophet. Electronic Document, http://www.mesmarty.com/2008/11/islam-and-hazrat-muhammad-saww-in-the-eyes-of-non-muslim-scholars/, accessed January...
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