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Old 01-03-2011, 06:22 PM
 
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The description of the final prophet Muhamed peace and blessing of Allah be upon him
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................ a man who is handsome, of glowing countenance, and of good proportions, with neither a large stomach nor a small head.

He is smart of appearance, with balanced features, deep black eyes, and long eyelashes.

His voice is not coarse.

He has a long neck, a full rounded beard, and thick eyebrows that meet each other.

When he is silent, he is stately and composed, and when he speaks, his appearance is impressive.

“He is the most beautiful and striking man from a distance and the best and most beautiful from close up.

He is well spoken, clear in what he says, saying neither too much nor too little, his words flowing forth like a perfect string of pearls.

“He is neither too tall nor overly short, a stately man in the company of two other stately men (one of them was Abu Bakr RA), and he is the most prominent among them and the most well-respected.

“He has companions who surround him. If he speaks, they listen to him, and if he commands, they hasten to fulfill his command.

He is well served and attended, though he is neither stern nor argumentative.”
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Old 01-03-2011, 07:03 PM
 
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This is the guy that does the Dos Equis beer commercials, right?


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVwG1t-NVAA


maybe I am wrong.......maybe Mohamed was the original Old Spice man.........................


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owGykVbfgUE

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Old 01-03-2011, 07:23 PM
 
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[LEFT]Thankx for the thread about prophet Muhammd's description Peace and Blessings be upon him.And it was also his personality in treating others and helping the poor Peace and Blessings be upon him and a lot of good things we learned from him.

These are some strories of prophet Muhammed Peace and Blessings be upon him

His wife, Aisha, was asked about his nature. She said that he was the Qur'an, walking.
Muhammad Peace and Blessings be upon him had the most gentle nature. He smiled and was kind - even to those who hated him. He was always honest. In one saying, he was asked about the nature of a believer and said: "The believer does not lie".

He was so trustworthy that even his enemies would not give their posessions to anyone else to guard them. They gave their wealth to him to keep when they would travel. When they returned, they would find their belongings safeguarded with him.
It used to be that a woman would wait, every morning, for the prophet to pass under her window. She would try - every morning - to throw her garbage from the window on him. The prophet never told anyone about this. One morning, he noticed she was not there. He inquired about her and was told that she was ill that day. So he went to visit her. When she saw him she said: "So, you have come to take your revenge on me". He said: "No, but God has commanded us to visit the sick". There and then she believed.

One day, a man came from a distance because he had heard that there was a man claiming to be a prophet. When he reached Medinah, the city of the Prophet Peace and Blessings be upon him, he asked about Muhammad Peace and Blessings be upon him. The one who was asked told him: "There he is". As the man approached, he saw an old woman who stopped the prophet to complain about something. So he waited, some distance away. He watched as the old woman complained to Muhammad Peace and Blessings be upon him from the end of the sunset prayer until the time of the night prayer - about an hour and a half. So the man realized that this man who had so much patience and kindness that he would stop everything he was doing to help an elderly woman HAD to be a real Prophet. He, also, believed.
One evening a Jew who had given a loan to the Prophet came to Muhammad Peace and Blessings be upon him and demanded his loan back. He shook the Prophet and was harsh with him. The Prophet said that he did not have the loan amount yet and that it was still early for the payback. Then he asked the man if he would wait a while and be patient. The man refused and said that he would not leave Muhammad's side until he was paid back. So the prophet Peace and Blessings be upon him sat with him - all night - in the mosque. In the morning, when everyone came for the morning prayer, they were surprised to see the prophet Peace and Blessings be upon him sitting with this stranger. After the prayer they asked him about this man. the Prophet Peace and Blessings be upon him explained the situation as if he were sitting with a guest. Then the Jew said: "Oh Messenger of God. I swear by God that I did not come for my money. I only wanted to see if you fit the description of the final Prophet in the Torah - that he is gentle and kind even to those who are harsh. And I have found the description to be true - in you". So the man entered Islam. Peace and Blessings be upon Muhammad.




Read more: Answers.com - What was prophet muhammad's personality like


Jazak Allah Khair bro[/LEFT]
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Old 01-03-2011, 07:33 PM
 
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Cool....ethnic fairytales.........

Now Brer Rabbit was skipping down the road one day heading for his home in the briar patch when he spotted Sis Cow grazing in the field. It was a mighty hot day and Brer Rabbit was thirsty. Some milk would be real fine on such a warm afternoon, but Sis Cow always refused to let Brer Rabbit milk her when he asked. So Brer Rabbit thought up a plan. "Howdy Sis Cow," said Brer Rabbit, walking up to her in the field.
"Howdy yourself, Brer Rabbit," said Sis Cow. "How are your folks?"
"Fair to middling," said Brer Rabbit. "How is Brer Bull?"
"So-so," replied Sis Cow.
"I'm wondering if you could help me out," Brer Rabbit said to Sis Cow. "I'd like to get some persimmons down out of that tree, but it's too high for me to climb." He pointed over to a nearby persimmon tree.
"I ain't no good at climbing myself," said Sis Cow dubiously.
"I don't need for you to climb," said Brer Rabbit. "Just butt your head against the tree a few times, and the persimmons will all fall down."
Sis Cow considered this a moment, and then she agreed. Sis Cow backed up a bit and ran at the tree with her horns down. BANG! She butted the tree as hard as she could. But the persimmons were still green and none of them fell down. So Sis Cow backed up again and ran at the tree with her horns down. SMACK! She butted the tree as hard as she could. And her large horns got stuck in the tree. She pulled and tugged, but her horns were held fast.
"Help me out, Brer Rabbit," Sis Cow pleaded.
"I can't climb up that high," said Brer Rabbit. "But I'll run and fetch Brer Bull."
So saying, the rascally Brer Rabbit ran home to fetch his Missus and all of the kids. They brought a mighty big pail to the field and they milked the trapped Sis Cow until not a drop of milk was left. Sis Cow was pretty sore at Brer Rabbit. She kept pulling and tugging, but she couldn't get free.
"I'll come back tomorrow for more milk," Brer Rabbit said. "Seeing as you're probably stuck 'til daybreak."
Brer Rabbit and his family left the field with their big pail of milk, leaving Sis Cow trapped in the tree. Well, Sis Cow, she tugged and tugged, trying to free her horns from the tree. It took her near 'til morning, but finally she broke loose. Once she was free, she had a quick graze of the green grass to calm herself down. As she ate, she made a plan to revenge herself on Brer Rabbit for his nasty trick
As soon as it was daybreak, Sis Cow put her head down and stuck her horns back into the holes she had made in the tree, pretending she was still stuck. Now Brer Rabbit had come early to the field and had seen Sis Cow grazing as free as you please, so he knew she was up to something when she put her horns back in the tree. He decided to play along with her game for a while to see what she was up to.
Quick as a wink, Brer Rabbit went back down the road and came clippity-lippity, hippity-hoppity down the road, singing as loud as you please. "How are you feeling this morning, Sis Cow?" asked Brer Rabbit when he reached the field.
"Poorly, Brer Rabbit," said Sis Cow slyly. "I've been stuck here all night. But if you grab my tail, you can help pull me out."
Oh ho, thought Brer Rabbit to himself. She means to trample me. Aloud he said: "I'm a puny ol' man Sis Cow. If I pull your tail, I might get crushed. So this is as close to you as I'm going to get!"
Well, Sis Cow was furious that her plan hadn't work. She pulled her horns out of the tree lickety-split and started chasing that rascally Brer Rabbit down the road.
Brer Rabbit ran as fast as lightning. He reached the Briar Patch well ahead of Sis Cow and threw himself into the brambles. He watched Sis Cow sail passed his hiding spot. Then she stopped because her quarry had disappeared. She looked around, trying to locate him.
Brer Rabbit chuckled to himself. He folded back his long ears, made his eyes extra wide, and then peered out of a shady corner of the Briar Patch, pretending to be Brer Big Eyes. "What are you doing Sis Cow?" he asked in a high-pitched voice quite unlike his own.
"I'm looking for Brer Rabbit, Brer Big Eyes," said Sis Cow, who did not recognize the trickster rabbit in the dim light of dawn.
"He jest ran passed lickety-split," Brer Rabbit lied.
That was all Sis Cow needed to hear. She gave a bellow of rage, lowered her horns, and ran on down the road.
Brer Rabbit, he just laughed and laughed, rolling about among the briars. He had fooled Brer Fox and Brer Buzzard in the past, and now he had fooled Sis Cow. He was a real rascal, no mistake!
Humming happily to himself, Brer Rabbit went home to have a big drink of milk, courtesy of Sis Cow.
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Old 01-03-2011, 08:13 PM
 
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Muhammad was a pedophile.
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Old 01-03-2011, 10:23 PM
 
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To finalmessage and Muslim22, thank you for your thread and posts.
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Old 01-03-2011, 11:00 PM
 
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He is the most beautiful and striking man from a distance and the best and most beautiful from close up.
I'm sure all the people he murdered were glad they were murdered by a handsome fellow.
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Old 01-04-2011, 08:40 AM
 
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Mazel tov. And now that we have this wonderful information, we're free to go on with our lives, right?
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Old 01-04-2011, 09:01 AM
 
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Mazel tov. And now that we have this wonderful information, we're free to go on with our lives, right?
There is no compulsion in religion. The right direction is henceforth distinct from error. And he who rejecteth false deities and believeth in Allah hath grasped a firm handhold which will never break. Allah is Hearer, Knower.
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Old 01-06-2011, 12:07 PM
 
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To finalmessage and Muslim22, thank you for your thread and posts.
michelleleigh you are welcome.
There is no prophet between me and him, that is,
jesus (peace be upon him).
He will descent (to the earth).
When you see him, recognise him:
a man of medium height,
reddish fair,
wearing two light yellow garments,
looking as if drops were falling down from his head though it will not be wet.
He will fight the people for the cause of Islam.
He will break the cross,
kill swine, and abolish jizyah.
Allah will perish all religions except Islam.
He will destroy the Antichrist and will live on the earth for forty years and then he will die.
The Muslims will pray over him.
prophet Muhamed peace and blessing of Allah be upon him

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