Every morning, like clockwork, I get two particular notifications on my phone. One tells me the weather in my local city and the other tells me the number of Covid cases and deaths in some part of the world. After all, Islam has been handling pandemics for more than 1, years and an honest study of the traditions of the Holy Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, demonstrates that infection control is inherent in Islamic practices. The Holy Prophet sa recognised and preached the importance of travel bans and quarantine in places contaminated with disease in order to mitigate the spread of illness. The wisdom in these teachings asserts that when confronting any outbreak, it is absolutely imperative that we assume the worst until we know otherwise and act accordingly. The Holy Prophet sa practiced social distancing as well.
History of India (1947–present)
Shab e Miraj - Ibadat, Nawafil, Roza, Date, Status & Quotes
Jump to navigation. The above dates are according to the Julian and Gregorian calendars followed in those times. Listed are 12 lesser-known facts you should know about the central figure in Islam, Prophet Muhammad: 1. Birth and birthplace It is widely believed that Muhammad was born in Mecca and lived there roughly for the first 52 years of his life, most likely from CE AD. Family Prophet Muhammad's father Abdullah ibn Abdul-Muttalib died before his birth, and his mother, Aminah, is believed to have died when he was just 6 years old.
MODERN INDIAN HISTORY NOTES BY IAS NETWORK FOR UPSC PRELIMS
Khadijatul-Kubra RA was the first woman who got the honour to become the Ist wife of our Holy Prophet Muhammed pbuh and first woman to enter into Islam. She is the mother of the believers. All "Ummas" finds a perfect model and example in her for leading a Holy peaceful and Islamic way of life. She was perfectly devoted and resigned to Allah S.
Words hold incredible power. Throughout history, humans have been deeply moved by some of the greatest orators. From great men and women in justice movements, to our favourite scholars. But, in my opinion, the most powerful speech in history, which reverberates through time, and holds so much beauty, is the Farewell Sermon of the greatest man who walked the earth, our beloved Prophet Muhammad PBUH.