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farhan
04-18-2016, 05:56 PM



What would Prophet Muhammad do if people reject his message and throw stones at him?
"The prophet was offered the opportunity to have God punish the people of a town near Mecca who refused the message of Islam and attacked him with stones. Again, the prophet did not choose to respond in kind to the abuse."


What would Prophet Muhammad do if someone urinated in the mosque?
"He would wait until he is done, and when he is done he will patiently talk with him to not repeat it again in a very nice way"


What would Prophet Muhammad do if someone attacked or abused him?
"You do not do evil to those who do evil to you, but you deal with them with forgiveness and kindness" (Sahih al Bukhari)


What would Prophet Muhammad do if someone tortured him everyday?
"Bear it patiently. He would not attempt to harm his torturers, rather he would forgive them, and hope that they would soon be guided."


What would Prophet Muhammad do if there was no food to eat?
"He would either fast the day, without complaining, or he would tie rocks to his belly to make his belly feel as though there is food in it, and thereby lessning the pains of hunger."


What would Prophet Muhammad do if he found an animal in distress?
"He would ensure their safety and security. If they were overburdened he would make their owner understand that animals have rights too, and would lighten their load. If a chick was taken away from it's mother, and the mother was distressed, he would ensure the safe return of the chicks, so as not to cause its mother pain.


What would Prophet Muhammad do to someone who was of a different race to him?
"He would respect, honour them, treasure their opinions, and make them feel the brotherhood. In his final sermon he stated, "“All mankind is from Adam and Eve, an Arab has no superiority over a non-Arab nor a non-Arab has any superiority over an Arab; also a white has no superiority over black nor a black has any superiority over white except by piety and good action." He appointed Bilal from abyssinia as his caller to prayer (mu'athin) and took Salman the Persian's as an advisor, and followed through with his battle strategy."


What would Prophet Muhammad do treat his friends?
"He made sure that everyone felt they were his closest friend, he would make each feel special, giving each time and attention."


What would Prophet Muhammad do to his neighbours?
"He enjoined good treatment for them, cared for them, shared meals with them, and ensured they do not go to sleep hungry."


What would Prophet Muhammad do when he had huge army and power?
"Even when the prophet was in a position of power, he chose the path of kindness and reconciliation. When he returned to Mecca after years of exile and personal attacks, he did not take revenge on the people of the city, but instead offered a general amnesty."


What would Prophet Muhammad do to his employees?
"I served the prophet for ten years, and he never said 'uf' (a word indicating impatience) to me and never blamed me by saying, 'Why did you do so or why didn't you do so'


What would Prophet Muhammad do if he did not like what was served for dinner?
"He would leave it aside and eat what he could."


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Serinity
04-18-2016, 06:14 PM
Such kindness! :) I love the Prophet Muhammad SAW!
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noraina
04-18-2016, 07:41 PM
SubhanAllah, he was the most perfect in akhlaq and character - may Allah SWT give us the strength and guidance to follow in his footsteps.
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farhan
04-19-2016, 04:04 AM
Originally Posted by noraina
SubhanAllah, he was the most perfect in akhlaq and character - may Allah SWT give us the strength and guidance to follow in his footsteps.
Indeed!

Abū Hurayrah relates that Prophet Muhammad :saws: said: “I have only been sent to perfect good moral character.” [Musnad Ahmad (8595)]

Ameen to duas.
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