The Prophet's approach in dealing with two very different societies, the Makkan society before Hijrah and the Islamic society in Madinah.
The Hijrah, the migration of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) and his companions from Makkah to Madinah, is one of the greatest landmarks in the history of Islam. It is a unique event in the history of humankind. The Hijrah that marks the beginning of the construction of an ideal Islamic society
Understanding the system of Mu'akhah (brotherhood) among Muslims in Madinah and how the Prophet successfully established it.
The style of Prophet Muhammad's leadership and how it influences his mission in guiding the mankind to Islam
To protect the new religion, the Prophet sent approx 80 people, including one of his own daughters, to Ethiopia.
The article shows the series of persecutions against Muslims in Makkah, and how the whole thing started.
Before becoming the Prophet, he was able to resolve disputes among the people- Muhammad.
The Muslim calendar, based purely on lunar cycles, was first introduced by the second Caliph, `Umar ibn Al-Khattab using the event of Hijra
In the ninth year after Hijrah, following the Prophet’s return from the battle of Tabuk, he appointed Abu Bakr a number of Muslims to Hajj
The noble Hijrah from Makkah to Madinah is one of the grandest events in the history of Islam.
Part of the lessons learnt from the first Hijra, was the fact that it gave Muslims the opportunity to establish Islam across the globe.
The Ansar did more than open their homes and help the Muhajirun financially. They did more.
It is recommended for Muslims to visit the Mosque of the honorable Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him). People usually visit it either before or after performing pilgrimage. During this visit, people make some of the following mistakes: 1- Some people rub the walls and the steel plates of the Prophet’s tomb, believing that
Report for the year 2000 ranked the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 26th.
The moral and religious lessons from the eventful story of Ibrahim and Ismail and their struggles in protecting and guarding their faith