Fatik, Tell me some hadirh I will enjoy. Ibrahim al-Qurashi al-Dimashqi, quoting Sulayman h. But why would He have created ofmankind anyone like him? He had no bones or sinews except for hisskull and his two hands.

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Fatik, Tell me some hadirh I will enjoy. Ibrahim al-Qurashi al-Dimashqi, quoting Sulayman h. But why would He have created ofmankind anyone like him? He had no bones or sinews except for hisskull and his two hands. He was folded over from his feet to his collarbone as arobe is folded; the only part of him that moved was his tongue. When he wantedto travel to Mecca, he was carried on a board and brought there. Qusayy, al-Ahwas h. Abn Waqqas. We heard of your arrival so thought we would come to you; ourdoing so is a right of yours and a duty of ours.

So tell us what will happen in this timeof ours and what will come hereafter; perhaps you do have knowledge of that. Take the following from me andfrom what God has inspired me with. You, 0 Arabs, are in the age of senility;your mental perception is the same as that of the non-Arabs.

You have neitherknowledge nor understanding. But from your descendantsthere will come peopleof understanding who will seek out all kinds of knowledge. They will destroy theidols, reach the dam, kill foreigners, and seek after booty. From what land will those men come? And thenGod will cause him to die, with all praise. From the earth he will be missed; inheaven he will be wimessed.

Abii Bakr will come to rule; when he judges he speaks the truth and in restoring right he isneither foolish nor intemperate. Then there will follow him a man whowill he demanding and invite others to the cause, and various groups and factionswill assemble about h i. Then they will kill h i out of envy and rage; the oldman will be seized and hacked to pieces and men will speak orations over him? Soldiers will rule over the earth. Then afterhim his son will reign, and take what he gathers yet gain little praise.

He willconsume his wealth and eat alone. Those after him of his progeny will expandthat wealth. Following him will rule a number of kings; doubtless there will bemuch blood spilled over them.

After them will come the beggars, who will soonbe folded up like cloth. Then will come a strong and ruthless man, who destroysjustice, subjugates Egypt and conquers the earth with brutality. Then will comea man short of stature, who will have a mark on his back, die violently and sogood-bye! Then for a while a young man will rule who will leave the kingdomruined.

His brother will succeed him and continue the same way, concerninghimself with wealth-gathering and speech-making. After him a fool will rule, aworldly, comfort-loving and spoiled man. His intimates and family will advisehim, then rise up against h i , depose him from rule and kill him. His sons in his rule will be like those who are deformed, all of them. After that, The assassinated Caliph Wthmiln is dearly implied.

He will be followed by the greedyone. Yemen at that time will consist of twoparties, those engaging in consultation, and those holding hack. Nothing will beseen except failure and disintegration, prisoners in chains surrounded by swordsand horses. Thereafter dwellings will be demolished, widows will be plundered,pregnant women will miscarry, and earthquakes will occur. Slaves and evil men will be favoured, whiiethe best of men will be in disfavour.

Prices will rise, in the month of Safar, andpeople will kill each other. Then they will move into trenches which will havehairxloth and trees to block the rivers, and he will defeat them early in the day. The best will appear, but neither sleep nor decision will avail them.

This willcontinue until he enters one of the chief cities, where death and fate will over-come him. The archers will come and assemble on foot, to kill the mail-cladwarriors and to capture the defenders. The evil-doers will perish; there he willbe seized, at the headwaters. Then religion will die out, all things fall into dis-array, the Scriptures are disbelieved, the bridges are demolished, and the onlyones who escape are those on islands in the seas.

Then the seeds will go bad, thebedouin will appear, there not being among them anyone to warn them againstwhat is immoral and sinful, at a time of great difficulty, if people had decency,but alas! Wishful thinking will do no good.

We have recorded it here for itspeculiarity, and for the references to the dissensionsand battles it includes. All that occurred on thenight of the birth of him who, by his shanxa, superseded all other religions. This occurred when he was 40 years of age. Every vision he hadcame like the breaking of dawn. Hewould stay there many nights and then return to his family for more provisionsto continue doing so; then he would come down to Khadija and repeat the same.

Your Lord is the most noble, He who taught by the pen. Wrapme up! I swear by God He would never abuse you. Youmaintain family ties, yon are hospitable to guests, you support the weak, providefor the poor and help out when tragedy strikes. Nawfal b. Asad b. He had earlier become a Christian, and used towrite the Hebrew script, copying out from the Bible in Hebrew whatever Godinspired him to write.

He was an old man by then, and he was blind. Listen to your nephew! How I wish I were a young managain! I hope I am still alive when your people exile you! If I am alivewhen your time comes, I will give you every help. And if the inspiration was again long in coming, he would feel and do the same. Wrap me up! Arise and give warning! And glorify your Lord! Purify yourgarments!

And shun idolatry! And therevelation became stronger and continued uninterrupted. Yiisuf and Abii Sdih gave this traditiona further link, from al-Layth. And Hild h. Raddnd added a link, from al-Zuhri. This aditionwas related by Imxm al-Bukhzi, God be pleased with him, invarious parts of his work. We have discussed it at length in our first commentaryon al-Bukhxri, in the book on The Begznnrngs of the Revelatson, in terms of bothits chain of authorities and its text. And to God is all praise and grace.

In our own commentaries we referred to theadditions made by Muslim and to his accounts of it. And to God be praise. Ishnq b. But then he released me. The Prophet SAAS isreported to have expressly stated this in the book on the maghzzi, the militarycampaigns, by Miisa b. Wqba, from al-Zuhri; therein it states that he saw all thatin a dream, and that the angel appeared to him thereafter when he was awake.

Ahmad b. Wthman b. Aba Shayba, quoting Janab h. Qays himself. It is an appropriate one that is substantiated by bothwhat preceded and what followed it. Imam Mmad stated that Muhammad h.

It establishes thatIsrafil was entrusted with him for a 3-year period after his age of 40, and thatGabriel came thereafter. This was so until Gabriel came to him and taught him, after havingthrottled him three times.

Or she did not know about the story of Israfil. He stayed in Mecca for 10 years and lived inMedina for He died at the age of Then both Ahmadb.

Ghundar and Yazid h.


Prophetic biography

It is sometimes written as "seera", "sirah" or "sirat", all meaning "life" or "journey". In Islamic literature, the plural form, siyar, could also refer to the rules of war and dealing with non-Muslims. These stories are intended as historical accounts and are used for veneration. It also records some of the speeches and sermons made by Muhammad, like his speech at the Farewell Pilgrimage. These parts were often used by writers of tafsir and asbab al-nuzul to provide background information for events mentioned in certain ayat. Many of these storytellers are now unknown.


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Wbayd b. He also maintained that the smallest stones they had were like humanheads, some as big as camels. That is what Ynnus h. Bukayr said on the author-ity of Ibn Ishaq. It is also said they were small -but God knows best.


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