Seerah

Seerah week 15.Events after the second migration

The Muslims lived in Abyssinia (Ethiopia) left alone for various years. Amid this period were the Muslims in Arabia exposed to the Meccan blacklist of the Hashemites (617), the Year of Sorrow (619), Muhammad’s visit to Ta’if (620), the Isra and Mi’raj (621) lastly the Migration to Medina (622).[2] The Muslims in Ethiopia would not come back to Arabia and rejoined …

Read More »
Seerah

Seerah Week 14.Second Migration of the Sahaba to Habasha

Second migration[edit] The second migration occurred in 615 CE.[4] The gathering of wanderers this time involved eighty three men and eighteen to nineteen women.[2] Appointment from Mecca[edit] The Meccan polytheists did not value that the Muslim had discovered an asylum, so they equipped ‘Amr ibn al-‘As and ‘Abdullah canister Abi Rabi’a with important endowments and …

Read More »

Repent to Allah he will accept – Afa Mutala

Repentance means turning back from disobeying Allah to obeying Him. Repentance is cherished to Allah, as He says: “Verily, Allah cherishes the individuals who atone and the individuals who sanitize themselves.” [Al-Qur’an 2:222] Repentance is a commitment on each devotee. Allah says: “O you who accept! Swing to Allah in true repentance!” [Al-Qur’an 66:8] …

Read More »
Seerah

Pains afflicted on the prophet in Mecca Seerah week 12 | Duktur Awal (breadthtaking)

The pains started when Prophet Muhammad (SAW) started acknowledging and preaching Islam.The natives of Mecca got aggravated. At that time, Meccans were ignorant and backwards, worshiping idols and reluctant to hear the message of Islam. The natives of Mecca held prejudiced beliefs against the Prophet (SAW) and insisted on ridding …

Read More »
human soul

Afa Mutala-Journey-To-The-Grave| Powerful reminder

Our adored researcher, Afa Mutala clarifies in different stages the spirit goes through before it meets its creator.Said Ka’b [al-Ahbar], ‘When the honorable bondsman is laid in his tomb he is encompassed by his honest demonstrations, for example, his supplication, his fasting, his journey, his commitment in the Holy War, …

Read More »