MUHAMMAD ( Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam)


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Amid the confusion, the chaos and the pain
A man emerged and Muhammad was his name
And walking with nothing but Allah as his aid
And the mark of a Prophet between his shoulder blades
In a cave in mount hira, the revelation came
Read o Muhammad, read in Allah's name
May the blessings of Allah be on al-mustafaa
None besides him could have been al-mujtabaa

Muhammad, peace be upon his soul

The greatest of prophets, Islam was his only goal
Muhammad, salla Allahu 'alayhi wa sallam

From among all prophets, Muhammad was the last

As his was a mission of the greatest task
There was only moral degeneration
People clung to idol adoration
For all nations, he was al-mukhtaar
So was he praised by Allah, al-ghaffaar
The bearer of glad tidings, al-basheer
Leading unto light, as-seeraj-al-muneer

Muhammad, peace be upon his soul

The greatest of prophets, Islam was his only goal
Muhammad, salla Allahu 'alayhi wa sallam

In handling the wicked, he had the best of skill

He pacified with tolerance and goodwill
The best of morals he aimed to attain
All he accomplished through suffering and pain
Reviving iman as al-muthakkir
He is known in the qur'aan as al-mud-dath-thir
Only he was given the honour of miraaj
Unique was his glory to Muhammad as-seeraj

Muhammad, peace be upon his soul

The greatest of prophets, Islam was his only goal
Muhammad, salla Allahu 'alayhi wa sallam.

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محبت سب کے لیے نفرت کسی سے نہیں

کیا جزاک اللہ خیرا کے جواب میں وایاک کہنا بدعت ہے؟

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احسن القصص سے کیا مراد ہے؟ سورۃ یوسف حاصل مطالعہ

جھوٹے لوگوں کی ہر بات مصنوعی ہوتی ہے۔ سورۃ یوسف حاصل مطالعہ

مسجد کے بارے میں غلط خبر دینے پر برطانوی ذرائع ابلاغ کی بدترین سبکی

تمہارے لیے حرام، میرے لیے حلال

حب رسول

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