The Prophet (saas) grew as the best among people in terms of honesty, the most beautiful in character, the most perfect in social relations, the most generous in neighborliness, the most forward in gentleness and security, the truest spoken, and the one who attached the greatest importance to courtesy and good manners.
When the Quraysh rebuilt the Ka`bah, they began to argue who would lay the Black Stone (in its original position). Our Prophet (saas) spent his life guiding people to the right path, teaching his Companions and talking with the unbelievers in an attempt to direct them to the right way. Given that he worked for twenty-three years, fought many battles, dealt with wicked and angry people, and was always in the vanguard of the struggle, it is miraculous that nothing untoward happened to him and that he was not murdered.
You have an excellent model in the Messenger of Allah, for all who put their hope in Allah and the Last Day and remember Allah much. Truly it is the speech of a noble Messenger, possessing great strength, securely placed with the Lord of the Throne, obeyed there, trustworthy. The Prophet was the most patient of men, the bravest, the best judge, and one who pardoned most.
He used to speak the truth, even though it sometimes caused trouble both to himself and his Companions.
The Prophet Muhammad (saas) was the illiterate prophet whose coming was foretold in the Torah and the Gospel. Although they knew that our Prophet (saas) was illiterate, the unbelievers accused him of writing it himself.
Despite his illiteracy, our Prophet (saas) delivered his religious message very effectively. Every time they come to you with a difficult point, We bring you the truth and the best of explanations.
Allah gave him these qualities though he was untaught and had no education and lived always among illiterate Arabs.
The People of the Book knew for certain that the messenger whose coming was predicted in the Old and New Testaments would be illiterate. Although he did not read the Old or the New Testament, he knew their contents and decrees, as well as the history of past societies, thanks to Allah's revelations.
It is nothing but a Reminder to all the worlds, to whomsoever among you wishes to go straight.
Jewish and Christian scholars therefore immediately recognized the Prophet Muhammad (saas) as the foretold illiterate prophet (no matter how much they did not want to accept this truth). The only way that our Prophet (saas) could have known of these blessings and the vows they had made to Allah was if the Lord had told him. Those who follow the Messenger, the unlettered Prophet, whom they find written down with them in the Torah and the Gospel, commanding them to do right and forbidding them to do wrong, making good things lawful for them and bad things unlawful for them, relieving them of their heavy loads and the chains that were around them.
As we can see, the fact that his coming and the qualities of this blessed person were foretold to the People of the Book is another of the miracles associated with him. You can read Harun Yahya's book The Miracles Of Our Prophet (saas) online, share it on social networks such as Facebook and Twitter, download it to your computer, use it in your homework and theses, and publish, copy or reproduce it on your own web sites or blogs without paying any copyright fee, so long as you acknowledge this site as the reference. All the prophets have very sensitive consciences, which they use to keep people on the true path by urging them to be good and avoid evil. Like all other prophets, our Prophet (saas) was subjected to physical and verbal abuse because of the truth of his message. But those of you who are obedient to Allah and His Messenger and act rightly will be given their reward twice over. Muhammad is not the father of any of your men, but the Messenger of Allah and the Final Seal of the Prophets. Before he began to proclaim Islam, our Prophet (saas) was called al-Amin (the Trustworthy), because his people entrusted their possessions to him and often chose him to settle their disputes. While he was among a dangerous and pagan people, our Prophet (saas) proclaimed Islam, taught those who followed him, and engaged in a difficult struggle. While our Prophet (saas) was engaged in this struggle, the hypocrites were busy providing the unbelievers with information that could be used in their secret campaign against him. We can see from the foregoing that our Prophet (saas), even though he faced death threats from the unbelievers and lived among hypocrites, continued to proclaim Islam and tried to guide them to the right path.
This promise of Allah was fulfilled by many miracles, one of them being that all unbelievers, idolaters, and hypocrites, not to mention his other enemies, could not harm him. Our Prophet's (saas) call to justice and truth caused those who benefited from injustice and oppression, along with those who feared losing their position and rank, to oppose him and his followers in order to retain the value of their worldly acquisitions. When the unbelivers were plotting to imprison, kill, or expel you: they were plotting and Allah was planning, but Allah is the Best of Planners. Were it not for Allah's favor to you and His mercy, a group of them would almost have managed to mislead you.
The hadiths say that his opponents did their best to persuade our Prophet (saas) to abandon proclaiming his moral message. In spite of all offers, material and otherwise, our Prophet (saas) persevered and ignored the many threats he received. Even though the Meccan polytheists had everything that they needed to implement their plots, they were still unsuccessful; Allah protected our blessed Prophet (saas).
Our brave and heroic Prophet (saas) fought in open battle and personally faced with the enemy many times.
Knowing that he was under Allah's protection on the battlefield, our Prophet (saas) put himself completely in His hands and thus served as an example to all believers.
Remember when you left your family early in the day to position the believers in their battle stations.
Even when he was the target of his enemies and his life was in danger, our Prophet (saas) personally saw to it that the believers were safe. They concocted their plots, but their plots were with Allah, even if they were such as to make the mountains vanish.
Abu Jahl, our Prophet's (saas) greatest enemy, missed no opportunity to try to kill him.
Abu Jahl, carrying a very heavy stone with the intent of fulfilling his oath [to kill the Prophet (saas)], staggered as he approached the Prophet (saas), who was humbly absorbed in prayer. According to documents from Islamic and historical sources, the Prophet (saas) left his home on 27 Safar, fourteen years after Allah had bestowed prophethood upon him, and went to Abu Bakr's (ra) house.
In the meantime, the Quraysh blocked all of the roads and stationed armed men to control them. If you do not help him, Allah did help him when the unbelievers drove him out and there were two of them in the cave. Allah tells in the Qur'an that our Prophet (saas) submitted to Allah and was resigned to his fate.
Many people might consider such a dangerous situation superficially, without feeling the anxiety of that moment, for those who are not targets cannot know such anxiety. But, as in other situations throughout his life, here too Allah miraculously delivered our Prophet (saas). Another miracle is how Allah supported him with invisible armies and gave him a sense of inner security and well-being. The Lord helped our Prophet (saas) with many miracles, defended him with angels, comforted his heart, and prevented his enemies from harming him. But if you support one another against him, Allah is his Protector, and so are Gabriel and every right-acting believer.
The unbelievers did not properly understand our Prophet's (saas) superiority and so were unable to appreciate that He is the sole Ruler over everything. When we look at our Prophet's (saas) life, we see that he resorted to war only when it was necessary for self-defence.
Allah helped you at Badr when you were weak, so fear [and respect] Him, so that, hopefully, you will be thankful.
Although the sincere Muslims were far fewer than their enemies, they fought in the field with great courage behind our Prophet (saas) and, with Allah's support, won great victories. The army of Islam, venturing war with the polytheists of the Quraysh, advanced towards the River Badr The Prophet (saas) showed the places where the ones from the enemy's army would be killed, and this came about and was a great miracle. During this battle, first 1,000, then 2,000, and then 3,000 angels came to assist the Muslims.
Through the hadith that He would assist with 1,000 consecutive angels, Allah revealed that He had heeded his prayer. Another miracle was our Prophet's (saas) ability to reconcile the hearts of believers who took part in various struggles.
With Allah's help, our Prophet (saas) and the believers, despite their weakness, defeated numerous armies of the unbelievers.
In another verse, Allah reveals that He sent invisible armies to punish the Meccan polytheists. Then Allah sent down His serenity on His Messenger and on the believers, sent down troops you could not see, and punished the unbelievers. While Allah helped the Muslims with miracles, He also punished their enemies for their ongoing cruelty and oppression toward those Muslims still in Mecca.

After Almighty Allah had forbidden us to take non-Muslims as our protectors and friends and told us why, He promised that He would foil all of the unbelievers' traps and snares as long as we had fear of [and respect for] Him and were patient.
There was a sign for you in the two parties that met face to face, one party fighting in the Way of Allah and the other consisting of unbelievers. Whoever fears [and respects] Allah – He will give him a way out and provide for him from where he does not expect. Sometimes both unbelievers and believers see each other as less numerous than they really are.
Allah had excited the state of enmity between the Muslims and the unbelievers, and made each party appear less in the eyes of the other so that they would not fear the battle. Put your trust in the Almighty, the Most Merciful, He Who sees you when you stand up to pray and your movements with those who prostrate. Allah sent him to guide everyone to the right and made him great in the world; he had the kind of moral character that made him the most trustworthy of all human beings, and he was an example to others in his honesty. His extraordinary determination and heroism increased all of his Companions' enthusiasm. But if you are steadfast and have taqwa and they come upon you suddenly, your Lord will reinforce you with five thousand angels, clearly identified.
He used to accept invitations to weddings, visit the sick and the diseased, and attend funerals.
He did not belittle the poor for their poverty nor show respect to the wealthy for their riches. When he began relaying the Qur'an to humanity, and until the end of his life, he could neither read nor write.
He knew what was contained in the Old and New Testaments, and Allah gave him knowledge from other holy books and of long-ago societies. Being untaught, an orphan and weak, how did he acquire such good character and conduct, such knowledge about Allah without worldly or other-worldly education? But the unbelievers spread the lie that our Prophet (saas) wrote the Qur'an himself, regardless of the ensuing inconsistencies in their words. Those who do wrong confer together secretly, asking: "Is this man anything but a human being like yourselves? Throughout his life the members of the family he grew up in, those close to him, and the people of Mecca never saw him touch a book nor hold a pen. Is it not, indeed, a Sign for them that the scholars of the tribe of Israel have knowledge of it? In other words, it is referred to in earlier scriptures, or the senses it contains were transmitted by the prophets of other communities and were present in their books in the manner revealed by Allah, as can be seen in Divine texts. When the Prophet Muhammad (saas) recited these verses, the wise men of the Israelites recognized him as the messenger for whom they had been waiting.
Those Jews and Christians who, with faith and common sense, used their conscience to consider what they saw have confirmed this evident truth.
By leading all people they come into contact with to follow the right path, the prophets work for their salvation in the world to come. Due to their arrogance, they continued to worship their idols and refused to compromise the superstitions in which they believed. The hadiths inform us that armed strong young men had been assembled from all the tribes to kill him; many other volunteers came to kill him with swords. Although he fought in the front ranks, he was not killed and, by a miracle of Allah, returned from battle unharmed.
Fearing no one but Allah, he was a courageous and patient man who had an excellent moral character. Before Abu Jahl was able to get close enough to the Prophet (saas), he turned back in deathly fright.
Believing that Allah had created apparently difficult situations and that He would bring everything to the best conclusion, our Prophet (saas) continued to proclaim Islam without suffering any harm. But the Lord assisted him, in return for his excellent moral character and trust, by granting him physical health and strength and a sense of security and well-being in his heart. For example, those who have never been pursued by an enemy cannot know the wakeful vigilance of our Prophet (saas) as he hid in mortal danger in the cave. According to the commentaries, the armies put under the command of the Prophet Muhammad (saas) consisted of angels.
They concealed themselves in the cave of Thawr for three nights, with the enemy prowling around in great numbers, fruitlessly searchind for them.
Allah protects, defends, and watches; He is the best of helpers and all power belongs to Him. They were very wrong to think that our Prophet (saas) could be defeated while under Allah's protection. But if you support one another against him, Allah is his Protector and so are Gabriel and every right-acting believer. According to the Qu'ran, war should be resorted to only when it is unavoidable, meaning that it is an undesired necessity that should be organized by designated persons and within specific moral limits. For the first thirteen years, Muslims lived as a minority and oppressed religious community among the non-Muslim Meccans. But if you are steadfast and have fear of [and respect for] Allah and they come upon you suddenly, your Lord will reinforce you with five thousand angels, clearly identified.
This is a miracle of the Prophet (saas), because at the moment of fear, sleep weighed on all.
By His word, it happened that people coming from different cities and communities, and even mutual enemies, came together to work for a common goal and to win Allah's approval. Despite the Meccans' numerical strength and technical advantages, Allah enabled the believers to rout them. If there are twenty of you who are steadfast, they will overcome two hundred; and if there are a hundred of you [who are steadfast], they will overcome a thousand of those who are unbelievers because they are people who do not understand. However, this was not due to their superior numbers; rather, it was due to the intelligence, insight, wisdom, and fine moral character with which Allah had blessed our Prophet (saas). One battled on the path of Allah, in obedience to Him: the Prophet (saas) and his Companions, 313 people, together with two horses, six suits of armor, and eight swords.
There is a reason for this miracle: when the Muslims saw that the unbelievers were fewer in number than they were, it gave them strength and improved their morale.
If He had shown you them as many, you would have lost heart and quarrelled about the matter; but Allah saved you. In order to increase your courage, Allah made you think the enemy was fewer in number than it actually was. He made the Muslims view the Qurayshi polytheists, in their eyes, as few, in order to encourage them to attack the unbelievers. However, when the two armies actually met, Allah supported the Muslims with 1,000 angels so that the unbelievers would see the Muslims as twice their actual number.
Allah informs us in the Qur'an that unbelievers had many powerful soldiers on their side and tried to oppress the Muslim minority. In return, Allah gave them a sense of security and well-being and, even in the most difficult circumstances, caused them to live a good life and attain great wealth from the spoils of war.
He was a messenger of Allah whose godliness, good moral character, and disposition were exemplary. Those who listened to their conscience while speaking with him understood that he was special; they saw many proofs that he was a prophet. It is also miraculous that he was able to plant the roots of the fear of and respect for Allah in his enemies' hearts and to defeat the unbelievers every time.
Even when he was offered a treasure to stop spreading Islam, he rejected this and many similar proposals. He did not store up the provisions of his family members that Allah was pleased to give him for more than a year.
The people testified on seeing his constitution and qualifications that he was a great truthful man sent by Allah.
His true and correct knowledge about the earlier prophets, peace be upon them, shows that he is a true messenger of Allah, because he knew these truths by revelations. Conflicting dates and differences in how a story is told will certainly come to the surface.
The People of the Book knew who he was and that he spoke the truth due to his way of life and moral character. There can be no doubt that he is present in name and in his characteristics in these books. Adnan Oktar that are present in our website and in all other Harun Yahya works belong to Global Publication Ltd. They want to bring people to awareness, hoping to direct them toward the kind of moral life that will please Allah.
Both he and the Companions were boycotted for a long time by the communities in which they lived.

Since he was wise, forward-thinking, insightful, and always meticulous in everything he did, everyone who saw him was immediately aware of his special qualities.
At that time, some of the Jews persisted in their rebellious and hostile attitude toward our Prophet (saas).
They showed their insincerity by approaching our Prophet (saas) and talking with him, despite their resentment.
And, even though the idolaters and unbelievers often met him on the battlefield, our Lord always protected him so that he could fulfil his mission. Allah has sent down the Book and Wisdom to you and taught you what you did not know before.
If you want leadership, we will take you as our leader and never decide on any matter without your approval. Allah had already granted him victory and abundant possessions in this world, and there was no doubt that the reward waiting for him in Paradise would be even greater. It is a great miracle that our Prophet (saas) was not killed and his enemies' traps were always foiled. Since the unbelievers did not appreciate His infinite power as they should have, they dared to lift their hand against our Prophet (saas). His hand had started to wither on the stone, whereupon he dropped it and ran as fast as he could. Our Prophet (saas) knew that his enemies would first look for him on the northern road to Madinah.
It is very important for everyone with faith to think carefully about this situation in order to appreciate properly our Prophet's (saas) great self-sacrifice, patience, and wisdom. Muslims must seek peace and understanding whenever they encounter difficulties; however, they are required to fight to defend themselves if attacked. Many of them were physically tortured, some were killed, and others had their houses and possessions plundered.
Allah only did this for it to be good news for you, so that your hearts might be set at rest by it (help comes from no one but Allah, the Almighty, the All-Wise), and so that He might cut off or crush a group of unbelievers they might be turned back in defeat. If He wills, He can defeat unbelievers with a single blow or drive them into the depths of the earth within minutes or seconds. And when the unbelievers saw the Muslim army, already less in number than theirs, as even smaller, they became careless and were led to think that they would be victorious. In this situation, the believers turned in sincerity to Allah and placed themselves in His hands. His compassion, politeness, subtle understanding, trust in Allah, and patient determination make him a guide for all Muslims. He was intelligent and insightful and, due to his excellent character, even the hypocrites asked him to solve their disputes.
Besides his own moral goodness, our Prophet (saas) manifested many kinds of miraculous qualities that were witnessed not only by the Companions, but also by many unbelievers. Always paramount in his mind was winning Allah's approval and working for the Muslims and Islam. Our Prophet (saas), who spoke with eloquence and wisdom, was the most honest, moderate, knowledgeable, and well-mannered man in his community. That is because the text contains treasures of information such as the main subject matter of all previous divine scriptures, stories of previous prophets, religions and their beliefs, ancient history, civilisation, culture and economics, politics and moral values.
If such were not written in those books, would the Prophet Muhammad (saas) claim to be [referred to] and thus give grounds for his rejection?
Sometimes, during the course of this honorable struggle, prophets have been subjected to accusations and all kinds of threats from unbelievers, hypocrites, and idolaters.
But when he began to call them to Islam and to renounce their idols, they nevertheless targeted him. But these truths only produced resentment and anger, for the majority of his people opposed him. Many prominent unbelievers tried to persuade him to abandon his mission; when they failed, they resorted to treachery and plans involving his exile, arrest, and even murder.
Indeed, when we think of it, such an undisturbed spider's web could have been taken as a sign that no one was inside, for anyone entering it would have broken the web.
However, the Prophet (saas) was certain of Allah's protection and support, and so reassured Abu Bakr (ra). Allah states in the Qur'an that many unbelievers perished in an unexpected moment due to a single sound, cyclone, or sudden disaster or that they were confused and buried beneath the ground. Some Muslim warriors were concerned at the numbers of the more numerous enemy army who would take part in the fighting. And when He overcame you with sleep, making you feel secure, He sent water from heaven to purify you and remove satan's taint from you, and to fortify your hearts and make your feet firm. Remember when Allah made you see them as few when you met them, and also made you seem few in their eyes. He always hoped for Allah's help and believed that, with His help, he and the believers would eventually prevail. He used to give away in sadaqah to those who begged anything of him, even out of his stored-up provisions. He is such a great Prophet that he commands and advises those whom he calls to faith, all humanity, to respect and honor the commands of Allah, to acquire proper belief and morality, and to show affection to creatures (and he forbids the wrong).
But even under such circumstances they continued to deliver their message with patience, goodness, kindness, and humility.
Those whose faith is sincere and who trust in the Lord are never daunted by such adversities; on the contrary, they see these difficulties as a way to draw close to Allah and to win His favor. Some of the Christians also tried to make things difficult for our Prophet (saas) and set traps to harm him.
On the contrary, they became vile and despicable while he became more physically strong and healthy, more joyful, and more filled with light and beauty. He told them he had seen a terrifying camel with a tremendously large head, enormous shoulders, and a fearsome set of teeth that looked as if it was about to devour him if he continued. After walking about 6 kilometres (5 miles), they came to the Thawr Mountain, which was high as well as difficult and dangerous to climb.
In spite of this, they remained non-violent and always tried to make peace with their enemies. They then descended onto the battlefield; the enemy forces were three times more numerous than the Muslims, but still they were afraid, and the fighting began. At this, the glad tidings were imparted that help would come to the Muslims from the presence of Allah by means of angels. In other battles, they descended to make the number of Muslims look greater, but they did not fight. The Muslims' numbers were seen to be, in external appearance, twice as great as those of the unbelievers, who numbered up to 1,000 soldiers. Allah protected our Prophet (saas) with His mercy and gave him great power and majesty, both physically and spiritually.
The unbelievers witnessed for themselves the Messenger of Allah's (saas) goodness and excellent moral character, but did not let go of their hostility. Later on, the Prophet (saas) told his Companions that the camel was none other than Gabriel and that if Abu Jahl had persisted, he would indeed have seized him. Certainly this was a miracle of Allah, the all-powerful ruler of all things, Who caused the spider to weave its web and placed the pigeons at the cave's entrance. Finally, when the pressure became unbearable, the Muslims moved to Yathrib (later Madinah) and set up their own city-state.
It was good news for our Prophet (saas) and his community that the Lord gave them such a glorious and miraculous victory. Since the Muslims appreciated the spiritual value of jihad and martyrdom, they threw themselves without fear, joyfully, into the fray. According to the account, at that moment a powerful wind blew up and nobody could see anything.
When it started, Allah gave the unbelievers the impression that the faithful were many in number. The deceptions of the unbelievers and the hypocrites were turned back upon them, and our Prophet (saas) continued his struggle safely under the protection of Allah's mercy. They appeared in the guise of white and yellow human beings and physically participated in the battle of Badr.

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