Pity and Compassion

In the month of Rabiul-Awal of 11 AH. Holy Prophet fell ill. One day addressing the immigrant Muslims of Makka, he said to them: -

"O, the people who migrated to Medina! I advise you to be kind to Ansar, the actual residents of Medina extraordinarily because I trust them very much. When we had migrated, they were the ones who made every sacrifice for us and demonstrated extreme devotion and loyally. Hence if any mistake is found on their part, treat them kindly and with compassion. They are just like robe to my body”. Till this day they have performed all their duties extremely well and they have left no obligation unfulfilled. Now they have rights on you'.

"O, people when I have gone and you have buried me. Don't you ever prostrate before my grave. God alone is worthy of adorations, bowing and prostration.

When Holy Prophet breathed his last and departed this world, only one mule that was presented to him by the king of Abyssinia and few swords were left behind as his personal belongings.

It was decided that he be laid to rest at the same place where he breathed his last. When the Muslims present in the Mosque came to know of the demise of their beloved Prophet, everyone started mourning and lamenting due to the grief. Omar Bin Khitab came in the mosque and seeing the people crying said in his loud voice. "Why do you cry'? What is this lamenting about?” Then he unsheathed his sword and said with conviction. "I'll slash the head that would say that Holy Prophet has expired. Our Prophet has not died but has gone to visit God and would he back very soon."

In the meantime Abu Bakkar came in the Mosque and addressing Omar said. "Omar please he quiet and put your sword back into its sheathe."

Then, addressing the people there, he said. "O people whosoever amongst you worshipped Mohammad should know that Mohammad has passed away and the one who worships God Almighty should keep this in mind that God is Ever Alive and will never perish."

Then he recited the 14th verse of Sura Aal-e-Imrann.

"And, Mohammad is no more than a messenger: many were the messengers that passed away before him.        If he is dead or is slain: will ye turn back on your heels? If any did turn back on his heels, not the least harm will he do to God. And, God will soon reward those who are grateful to Him."

MOHAMMAD (PBUH) The Prophet Of God - Part I


By the Time, verily man is in great loss,

except those who strive to act upon the teachings of Holy Prophet and the Quran.