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Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was an exemplary
human being who was a man of action and always led by example.
He embraced diversity and loved mankind regardless of colour, ethnicity, or religion.
He may not have agreed with every lifestyle, but he preached tolerance and mutual respect for coexistence. He
united tribes and nations. He advocated for women’s rights, such as the right to choose their spouse, keep their
maiden name, inherit property and others at a time when baby girls were being buried alive. He faced fierce
opposition and ridicule for banning this practice. He disliked violence and saw it only as a last resort to
self-defence and justice. He believed in obtaining the truth and standing up for social justice, irrespective
of who it was against. He showed that honesty and trust were the way to do business, science and religion complement
each other, dialogue and mutual understanding can resolve conflicts. He stood up to protect the rights of the needy,
the environment and animals. He smiled often, as he believed even a smile can be charity. He was a prophet, husband,
father, leader, thinker, humanitarian, and environmentalist. He practiced these values over 1400 years ago while we
still struggle to practice them today. He was loved and respected by all for his humble, just and unbiased nature. It
is no wonder that Michael Hart touted him as the most influential man in history.
Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) was born in 560 AD. His father died before Muhammad was even born. At the tender age of only six he was orphaned as his mother died of an illness. His wet nurse transferred him to the tutelage of his paternal grandfather who was a prominent leader at the time in Makkah. Soon after, even his grandfather took ill and died and subsequently Muhammad’s paternal uncle took him as his own son. The uncle was a poor man and a merchant. Muhammad worked as a shepherd and helped him with his caravan. By now Muhammad was in his teens and made a reputation for himself in the business community. He became known as As-Sadiq, the Truthful, and Al-Amin, the Trustworthy. He got married at the age of 25 to a tradeswoman who was 15 years his senior and they were together for 25 years. It was during this time Muhammad’s prophecy became evident to him when he had his first revelation in the cave of Hira through angel Gabriel at the age of 40. This experience overwhelmed Muhammad and he was uncertain on how to deal with the responsibility. The period of 23 years of his life that followed was a challenging and tortuous journey as he would change the face of Arabia and the rest of the world. Muhammad could not read or write, yet his revelations were beyond anyone’s imagination. His revelations were transcribed and later compiled in a book known as the Quran. These revelations remain unchanged even till today. Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) died at the age of 63 in 632 AD shortly after delivering his final sermon and leaving behind a legacy paralleled by no other man. Know more about Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h.). Read about his true legacy.
Expore the documentary as seen on PBS .To be inspired by his teachings, visit Inspired By Muhammad.
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