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    Women In Islam: Versus Women In The Judaeo-Christian Tradition



    Sherif Abdel Azim | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 63 | Size: 1 MB
    Five years ago, I read in the Toronto Star issue of July 3, 1990 an article titled Islam is not Alone in Patriarchal Doctrines, by Gwynne Dyer. The article described the furious reactions of the participants of a conference on women and power held in Montreal to the comments of the famous Egyptian feminist Dr. Nawal Saadawi. Her politically incorrect statements included : "the most restrictive elements towards women can be found first in Judaism in the Old Testament then in Christianity and then in the Quran" "all religions are patriarchal because they stem from patriarchal societies" and "veiling of women is not a specifically Islamic practice but an ancient cultural heritage with analogies in sister religions".


    The participants could not bear sitting around while their faiths were being equated with Islam. Thus, Dr. Saadawi received a barrage of criticism. "Dr. Saadawi's comments are unacceptable. Her answers reveal a lack of understanding about other people's faiths," declared Bernice Dubois of the World Movement of Mothers. "I must protest", said panellist Alice Shalvi of Israel women's network, "there is no conception of the veil in Judaism." The article attributed these furious protests to the strong tendency in the West to scapegoat Islam for practices that are just as much a part of the West's own cultural heritage. "Christian and Jewish feminists were not going to sit around being discussed in the same category as those wicked Muslims," wrote Gwynne Dyer.

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    INTRODUCTION ? .................................................. .........................2
    PART 1 - EVE'S FAULT .................................................. ................ 5
    PART 2 - EVE'S LEGACY .................................................. .............7
    PART 3 - SHAMEFUL DAUGHTERS. .....................................11
    PART 4 - FEMALE EDUCATION ............................................. 13
    PART 5 - UNCLEAN IMPURE WOMEN................................ 15
    PART 6 - BEARING WITNESS ? .............................................. 16
    PART 7 - ADULTERY ? .................................................. .............. 18
    PART 8 - VOWS ?................................................. ......................... 20
    PART 9 - WIFE'S PROPERTY ? ...............................................22
    PART 10 - DIVORCE ?................................................. .................25
    PART 11 - MOTHERS ? .................................................. ..............32
    PART 12 - FEMALE INHERITANCE ? ...................................35
    PART 13 - PLIGHT OF WIDOWS ? ......................................... 37
    PART 14 - POLYGAMY ? .................................................. ...........39
    PART 15 - THE VEIL ?................................................. .................46
    PART 16 – EPILOGUE .................................................. ............... 51
    FOOTNOTES......................................... ...........................................56


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    Collection Of Biographies Of The Companions



    I.S.L. | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 250 | Size: 1 MB
    The Sahaabah were the companions of Prophet Muhammad (saw). They are described in glowing terms by the Prophet (saw) as the following hadith from Sahih Muslim shows: Book 30, Number 6159.


    Narrated Aisha (R.A): A person asked Allah's Apostle (peace be upon him) as to who amongst the people were the best. He said: Of the generation to which I belong, then of the second
    generation (generation adjacent to my generation), then of the third generation
    (generation adjacent to the second generation).

    Below is a partial list of some of the companions of the Prophet (saas). Their lives remain a source of inspiration for the later generations of Muslims, including today's.

    May Allah (swt) be pleased with all of them.

    Abbad Ibn Bishr
    Abdullah Ibn Abbas
    Abdullah Ibn Hudhafah As-Sahmi
    Abdullah Ibn Jahsh
    Abdullah Ibn Mas'ud
    Abdullah Ibn Sailam
    Abdullah Ibn Umar
    Abdullah Ibn Umm Maktum
    Abdur-Rahman Ibn Awf
    Abu Ayyub Al-Ansari
    Abu Dharr Al-Ghifari
    Abu Musa Al-Ashari
    Abu Hurayrah
    Abu Sufyan Ibn Al-Harith
    Abu Ubaydah Ibn Al-Jarrah
    Abu-d Dardaa
    Abu-l Aas ibn ar-Rabiah
    Adiyy Ibn Hatim
    Aishah Bint Abi Bakr
    Al-Baraa Ibn Malil Al-Ansari
    Amr Ibn Al-Jamuh
    An-Nuayman Ibn Amr
    An-Numan Ibn Muqarrin
    At-Tufayl Ibn Amr Ad-Dawsi
    Asmaa Bint Abu Bakr
    Barakah
    Fatimah Bint Muhammad
    Fayruz Ad-Daylami
    Habib Ibn Zayd Al-Ansari
    Hakim Ibn Hazm
    Hudhayfah Ibn Al-Yaman
    Ikrimah Ibn Abi Jahl
    Jafar Ibn Abi Talib
    Julaybib
    Khabbab Ibn Al-Aratt
    Muadh Ibn Jabal
    Muhammad Ibn Maslamah
    Musab Ibn Umayr
    Nuaym Ibn Masud
    Rabiah Ibn Kab
    Ramlah Bint Abi Sufyan
    Rumaysa Bint Milhan
    Sad Ibn Abi Waqqas
    Said Ibn Aamir Al-Jumahi
    Said Ibn Zayd
    Salim Mawla Abi Hudhayfah
    Salman Al-Farsi
    Suhayb Ar-Rumi
    Suhayl Ibn Amr
    Talhah ibn Ubaydullah
    Thabit Ibn Qays
    Thumamah Ibn Uthal
    Ubayy Ibn Kab
    Umayr Ibn Sad Al-Ansari
    Umayr Ibn Wahb
    Umm Salamah
    Uqbah Ibn Amir
    Utbah Ibn Ghazwan
    Zayd Al-Khayr
    Zayd ibn Thabit


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    Imam Abu Hanifa



    Muhammad Abu Zahra | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 67 | Size: 1.5 MB
    Praise belongs to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds, and peace and blessings be upon our master Muhammad and his family and Companions. This is a study of Imam Abu Hanifa – his life, opinions and fiqh. I first address his life in order to understand his personality, psychology and thought, so that I can offer the reader a true and sound picture in which the special qualities and attributes of this Imam are revealed. Then I examine his views on dogma, fatwas and analogy. Deriving a true picture of Abu Hanifa from the books of history and biographies is not easy since the adherents of his school have been excessive in their praise, going beyond acceptable bounds, and his detractors have been equally intemperate in their criticism. When faced with these two extremes, the investigator who seeks only the truth may be confused and this uncertainty can only be resolved with difficulty and great effort.


    I think that I have managed to reveal a true picture of Imam Abu Hanifa, with all its shadows and shafts of light, and in the process of discovering it I have shed light on the time in which he lived and mentioned some details of the most notable contemporary sects. It is certain that he used to argue and debate with these sects and that their opinions and ideas were much discussed at that time. Mentioning them will clarify the spirit of the age and the currents of thought prevalent in it.
    Then I examine his opinions on politics and dogma. This is necessary if we want to study all the intellectual aspects of any thinker. His views on politics had an effect on the course of his life. To ignore them would be to ignore an important aspect of his personality, psychology, heart and thought. His views on dogma were the clarification of all the ideas prevailing in his age and the pure core of the opinions of those who were free of excess and extravagance. They were a sound expression of the views of the Muslim community. Indeed, they are the core of the deen and the spirit of certainty. I then go on to look at his fiqh, which is the primary goal of this study. I begin by elucidating the general principles which he used in his deduction and which define its path and clarify his method in ijtihad. For this I rely on what the early Hanafis wrote regarding the principles on which they depended and the method employed by Abu Hanifa. Concerning that I chose to be succinct rather than comprehensive, general rather than specific, and did not go into all the principles mentioned by the Hanafis since many of them cannot be ascribed to the Imam and his companions but come from a later period.
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    The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) In Buddhist Scriptures



    Dr. Zakir Naik | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 09 | Size: 1 MB
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    Mashari Al-Ashwaq ila Masari Al-Ushaaq



    Ibn Nuhaas | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 131 | Size: 2 MB
    This book was considered the best book on Jihad by the late Shaykh Abdullah Azzam. It was written by Ahmad Ibrahim Muhammad al Dimashqi (died 814 hijri) – commonly known as Imam Ibn Nuhaas. He was a scholar and Mujahid and was martyred fighting the Roman army in the year 814 Hijri in Egypt. You can download the book in Arabic or the abdridged translation in English by Imam Anwar al-Awlaki. The great scholar Ibn Hajar al-Asqalaani, author of Fath al-Bari (commentary on Bukhari) wrote that Ibn Nuhaas was, “inseparable from Jihaad in the front line of Dumyat, and this is a perfect and excellent quality.” Al-Sakhawi writes, ‘He was eager to do good, preferred living in obscurity, showed no arrogance or pride due to his knowledge, whoever would see him would think he is a commoner – a handsome man, with a beautiful beard, short and medium built. Spent a lot of his life stationed in Jihad until he died as a Shaheed.’


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    CHAPTER 1: ON THE COMMAND OF JIHAD AGAINST THE NON
    BELIEVERS AND ITS MANDATE, AND THE STERN WARNING
    AGAINST THOSE WHO DO NOT PRACTICE JIHAD……………………269
    IS JIHAD FARD KIFAYAH OR FARD AYN?.............................................. ...............272
    THE PUNISHMENT OF THOSE WHO DO NOT PARTICIPATE IN JIHAD 274
    AN ADVICE TO THOSE WHO STAY BEHIND……………………………… 276
    1. ‘But I fear death!’…………………………………………………….276
    2. ‘But my relatives and wealth!’………………………………………...277
    3. ‘But my precious son!’………………………………………………. 279
    4. ‘But my dear ones!’…………………………………………………...280
    5. ‘But my status and lineage!’…………………………………………...281
    6. ‘But my beautiful abode!’……………………………………………. 282
    7. ‘But my nice food!’…………………………………………………...283
    8. ‘But I would like to improve my deeds first!’…………………………284
    9. ‘But my beautiful wife!’ ……………………………………………....285
    THE STARK REALITY OF THIS WORLD……………………………………. .286
    CHAPTER 2: THE VIRTUES OF JIHAD AND MUJAHIDEEN .................288
    Jihad is the best deed after Salah and being dutiful towards one’s Parents…………..289
    Jihad is the greatest deed after believing in Allah……………………………………289
    Jihad is greater than worshiping in the House of Allah and serving it and serving
    the Pilgrims…………………………………………………………………....290
    References that Jihad is the greatest deed of all …………………………………….290
    Jihad is the most beloved deed to Allah …………………………………………...291
    The Mujahid is the greatest of all people.…………………………………………....292
    No one can practice any act of worship equivalent to Jihad.………………………..292
    References that the sleep of the Mujahid is better than the praying of the night
    and fasting of the day of others.………………………………………………293
    Allah reserved one hundred levels in Paradise for the Mujahideen, between
    each level and the other is the distance between the heavens and earth……….293
    The Rahbanyyah (monasticism) and Siyahah of this nation is Jihad.…………………..293
    The pinnacle of Islam is Jihad.……………………………………………………...294
    The Mujahid is given a guarantee by Allah.………………………………………….294
    Allah will never forsake the Mujahideen but would help them and respond to
    their prayers.………………………………………………………………….294
    Miscellaneous rewards of the Mujahideen……………………………………………295
    References to preference of Jihad over Hajj………………………………………...296
    The virtues of encouraging Jihad…………………………………………………...297
    The virtue of racing towards Jihad………………………………………………….298
    The virtues of the dust in the path of Allah………………………………………....300
    The virtues of riding the sea in Jihad………………………………………………..300
    The virtues of horses and keeping them for the purpose of Jihad…………………...301
    The virtue of fear in the path of Allah……………………………………………....301
    The virtues of standing in the ranks on the battlefield……………………………...302
    A chapter on the farewell of the fighters…………………………………………...302
    CHAPTER 3: VIRTUES OF SPENDING IN THE CAUSE OF ALLAH…...303
    The punishment of withholding wealth from being spent in the path of Allah……...304
    Virtues of providing for the fighters in Allah’s path and taking care of their families 306
    CHAPTER 4: THE VIRTUES OF RIBAAT (THE STATIONING) AND THE
    VIRTUES OF THE ONE WHO DIES IN RIBAAT………….307
    The period of being stationed………………………………………………………309
    The virtues of guarding in the path of Allah………………………………………...311
    CHAPTER 5: THE RULES AND VIRTUES OF TARGET SHOOTING…..313
    The virtues of target shooting………………………………………………………315
    Rules of betting on racing and target shooting……………………………………....316
    Rules of betting on target shooting………………………………………………....316
    The warning against whoever learns shooting and then deserts it………………...…317
    The virtues of swords………………………………………………………………318
    CHAPTER 6: THE VIRTUE OF INJURY IN THE SAKE OF ALLAH…….318
    CHAPTER 7: THE VIRTUES OF KILLING A NON-BELIEVER FOR THESAKE OF ALLAH……….320
    CHAPTER 8: THE VIRTUE OF AN INDIVIDUAL OR A SMALL GROUP
    IMMERSING THEMSELVES WITHIN A LARGE ARMY OF
    NON-BELIEVERS IN SEARCH OF MARTYRDOM AND
    CAUSING DAMAGE TO THE ENEMY …………………….321
    CHAPTER 9: ON DUELLING...………..……………………………………..328
    CHAPTER 10: THE SEVERE PUNISHMENT FOR THE ONE WHOTURNS HIS BACK DURING BATTLE……………………………………….330
    CHAPTER 11: THE INTENTIONS IN JIHAD………………………………332
    The reward for Jihad only occurs when the intentions for fighting are purely for the
    sake of Allah………………………………………………………………………..332
    The different intentions in Jihad……………………………………………………333
    Rulings on being paid for fighting…………………………………………………..336
    Seeking recognition in Jihad after starting it with a sincere intention:……………….337
    The ruling on the one who boasts about his Jihad…………………………………..337
    A Mujahid who goes on Jihad and dies without fighting is a Shaheed…………………338
    CHAPTER 12: MARTYRDOM………………………………………………….340
    Asking for Martyrdom and getting it………………………………………………..340
    The virtues of Martyrdom…………………………………………………………..342
    The earth does not consume the bodies of the Martyrs……………………………..344
    The virtues of Martyrs:
    1. Desire to die again for the sake of Allah…………………………………..345
    2. Forgiveness of all sins.............................................. ............................................345
    3. The angels provide shade for the Shaheed with their wings………………...346
    4. Martyrdom guarantees Paradise…………………………………………...346
    5. Are in the inside of green birds in Paradise……………………………….347
    6. They are not punished in their graves……………………………………..3477.
    The Shaheed is spared from the shock of the blow of the Horn……………347
    8. The Shaheed intercedes for seventy of his family members………………....348
    9. The Shaheed feels peace on the Day of Judgment……………………….....348
    10. The blood of the Shaheed doesn’t dry until he sees his wives in Paradise….348
    11. The one who dies as a Shaheed is better than the one who wins and returns
    home safely……………………………………………………………….348
    12. The Shaheed does not feel the pain of death except like a brief sting……….349
    13. Angels continuously visit the martyrs and deliver their salaams to them…..349
    14. Allah is pleased with the Shaheed………………………………………….350
    15. For Martyrdom to be accepted no good deeds are required to precede it….350
    16. The Shaheed is married to al Hoor (the woman of Paradise)………………...351
    CHAPTER 13: RULINGS REGARDING MUSLIM ‘PRISONERS OF WAR’ 352
    CHAPTER 14: THE HISTORY OF JIHAD…………………………………...354
    The Battles of the Messenger of Allah (SWT) and the Muslims after him……………….354
    The armies sent by the Messenger of Allah (SWT) .................................................. .................364
    An overview of some of the Battles…………………………………………….…..367
    CHAPTER 15: COURAGE AND FEAR………………………………………..370
    How to overcome fear……………………………………………………………...370
    The courageous of this Ummah……………………………………………………..371
    CHAPTER 16: NECESSARY RULINGS FOR THE MUJAHID TO KNOW 378
    Rulings regarding Ghaneemah………………………………………………………..378
    The prohibition of Ghalool………………………………………………………….379
    Rulings regarding Salb……………………………………………………………....380
    Rulings regarding Muslim ‘prisoners of war’………………………………………..381
    The ruling regarding the enemy ‘prisoners of war’…………………………………381
    Miscellaneous issues………………………………………………………………..382
    CHAPTER 17: A BRIEF CHAPTER ON THE ART OF WAR………………387
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    The Lofty Virtues Of Ibn Taymiyyah



    Abu Hafs Umar ibn Ali al-Bazzar | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 34 | Size: 1 MB
    The result of all this was the authoring of the thousands of books and collections that now fill Islamic libraries, the raising of the word of truth, and the empowering of the Ummah by its sticking to the religion of truth, Islam. Because of this, all of the powers of the world gathered against the Muslims in order to weaken them. So, the scholars of Islam rose to the occasion and defended Allah’s Religion. From these scholars who raised the banner of truth and the honor of defending Islam was Shaykh al-Islam Taqi ad-Din Ibn Taymiyyah, with the many brave stances he took in his time, and with the countless books and fatawa of his that now fill the Islamic library. In order to better know this brave, pious imam known as Ibn Taymiyyah, we present to the reader this biography that was written by the pen of a scholar who saw, lived with, and befriended Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah - and he is none other than al-Imam al-Bazzar – and he called this book ‘al-A’lam al-‘Aliyyah fi Manaqib Ibn Taymiyyah,’ and he is the most qualified to write about him. It is hoped that as opposed to the typical biography that is filled with mere facts and figures, this book will serve to provide the reader with a first-hand account of the human side of one of the greatest Islamic personalities to have ever lived – one that can be taken as an example in formulating a lifestyle and conducting day to day affairs.


    Table of *******s
    Introduction
    Why I Wrote This Book
    His Upbringing
    His Abundant Knowledge, Writings, and Excellent Memory
    His Knowledge of the Various Types of Related Information
    His Worship
    His Cautiousness
    His Zuhd
    His Poverty and Humility
    His Physical Appearance and Dress
    His Miracles and Incredible Foresight
    His Generosity
    His Strength and Bravery
    His Patience Upon Hardship and Firmness Upon the Truth Until Death
    Allah Made Him an Authority and a Clarifier of Truth and Falsehood
    His Death and the Immense Crowd That Attended His Funeral
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    My Imprisonment



    Daniel Joseph Maldonado | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 38 | Size: 1 MB
    Daniel Joseph Maldonado, an American convert, was arrested by the Kenyan military in January 2007 and handed over the US authorities. In April he pleaded guilty to a charge of receiving training from a foreign terrorist organization and was sentenced to ten years imprisonment in June. In this first-hand account from his cell in Houston’s Federal Detention Centre he describes the circumstances around his migration to Somalia, the tragic death of his wife Umm Musa and his subsequent arrest in Kenya and imprisonment there and in the US.


    *******S PAGE
    ‘My Imprisonment in Kenya and America’ 6
    Poem – ‘Her Prayer’ 14
    Poem – ‘Stay with Me’ 15
    Letter from Daniel 17
    Press Cut-outs 18
    Support Brother Daniel 38
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    The Giant Man



    Husayn Ibn Mahmud | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 49 | Size: 1 MB
    Controversially this is the only known detailed biography of Mullah Omar in English. Little is known about the Tal-ib-an leader. “For history to be written and the Muslims bear witness for us that we were killed for the sake of Allāh, on our Islāmic fundamentals and everlasting beliefs, is better for us with Allāh, than history being written and the Muslims bearing witness against us, that we lived in health and blessing after we have changed our fundamentals and sacrificed the Banner of Jihād, and whoever thought that the Islāmic country will be blessed with dominance without trials and tests, then he is an ignorant one who does not know the biography of the Prophet, (PBUH) .” “Amīr Al-Mu’minīn, Mullah Muhammad ‘Umar Mujāhid”


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    The Giant Man – Part 2................................................. .................................................. ............12
    The Giant Man – Part 3................................................. .................................................. ............21
    The Giant Man – Part 4................................................. .................................................. ............37
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    The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) From A To Z



    Yusuf Estes | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 49 | Size: 1 MB
    The following is based on books, manuscripts, texts and actual eyewitness accounts, too numerous to mention herein, preserved in original form throughout the centuries by both Muslims and non-Muslims. Many people today are discussing Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), Who was he (PBUH) exactly? What did he (PBUH) teach? Why was he (PBUH) loved so much by some and hated so much by others? Did he (PBUH) live up to his claims? Was he (PBUH) a holy man? Was he (PBUH) a prophet of God? What is the truth about this man (PBUH) ?


    First before listing the A-Z Facts about Muhammad (PBUH), let us begin with the very simple historical evidences.

    Here are the facts as narrated by thousands of people, many of whom knew him personally.

    Muhammad (PBUH) ibn Abdullah ibn Abdul Mutalib (Muhammad, the son of Abdullah, the son of Abdul Mutalib) was born 570 C.E. (Christian Era); died 633 C.E. Muhammad means "praised one" or "praising one"

    Muhammad (PBUH) was born from the lineage of Abraham's (Ibrahim in Arabic) peace be upon him, his oldest son was Ishmael (Ismail in Arabic), to the noble tribe of the Quraish who were the leaders of Makkah in those days.

    He (PBUH) never fell into the common practice of his tribesmen to
    worship statues, idols or man-made "gods."

    He (PBUH) believed that God ( Allah in Arabic) was truly One
    God, and as such, and that God was to be worshipped alone,
    without any other "gods" beside Him.

    He (PBUH) held the Name of God ( Allah ) in the highest of
    reverence and never took God's Name in vain or for any
    vainglorious purpose.

    He (PBUH) despised false worship and all of the complexities and
    degradation to which it leads.

    He (PBUH) insisted on keeping the Commandments of Almighty
    God, just as prophets of old had done in the past.

    He (PBUH) never committed adultery, and he forbid others
    from doing it.

    He (PBUH) forbade usury and interest on money lending, as Jesus,
    peace be upon him, had done centuries before him.

    He (PBUH) never gambled and did not allow it.

    He (PBUH) never drank alcohol or strong drink, even though it
    was a very normal thing for people of his time and place.

    He (PBUH) did not engage in gossip and used to turn away from
    hearing anything related to it.

    He (PBUH) offered prayers in the manner and direction (toward
    Jerusalem, until Allah ordered the change toward Makkah) as
    was prescribed of prophets in the Bible, standing, bowing,
    kneeling and prostrating as they had done before him.

    He (PBUH) fasted for days at a time to be closer to Almighty God
    and away from the narrowness of worldly attractions.

    He (PBUH) taught that Jesus, peace be upon him, was the
    immaculate conception and miracle birth of Mary (peace be
    upon her), and that she (peace be upon her) was the best
    creation of Almighty God.

    He (PBUH) insisted even to the Jews of Al-Madinah, that Jesus,
    peace be upon him, was the Messiah, the Christ, the one
    predicted to come in their Torah (Old Testament).

    He (PBUH) said Jesus, peace be upon him, did many miracles by
    the permission of Almighty God, curing the lepers, restoring
    sight to the blind and even bringing a dead man back to life.

    He (PBUH) stated clearly that Jesus, peace be upon him, was not
    crucified, rather Almighty God had raised him up.

    He (PBUH) predicted Jesus, peace be upon him, is going to return
    again in the Last Days to lead the true believers in a victory
    over the evil and unrighteous people, and he will destroy the
    Anti-Christ.

    He (PBUH) commanded the payment of charity to the poor and he
    was the defender and protector of widows, orphans and the
    wayfarers.

    He (PBUH) ordered people to unite with their families and honor
    the ties of kinship and he restored relationships between
    family members.

    He (PBUH) required his followers to engage only in lawful
    marriage relationships with women, and forbid sex outside of
    Almighty God's Ordinance.

    He (PBUH) insisted on giving women their proper rights, dowries,
    inheritance and property.

    His (PBUH) patience and humble attitude were exemplary and all
    who knew him had to admit to these virtues.

    And So On...
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