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قديم 24-10-2019, 09:42 AM   رقم المشاركة : 1
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افتراضي Prophet Muhammad (s)

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Muḥammad b. ʿAbd Allāh b. ʿAbd al-Muṭṭalib b. Hāshim ( is the prophet of Islam, whose mission was essentially the advancement of monotheism and morality. He (s) was also a social reformist and a political leader. He (s) was the last prophet of God, and his major miracle was the Qur'an.
Although the Prophet (s) was born in the polytheistic society of Arabia, he never worshiped any idols, and avoided the inappropriate manners that were rampant in pre-Islamic Arabia. He (s) was chosen by God as a prophet at the age of forty. Although the polytheists of Mecca persecuted him and his followers for many years, neither he, nor his followers gave up following Islam. After thirteen years of preaching in Mecca, he immigrated to Medina. This immigration (Hijra) marked what became the beginning of the Islamic calendar. In Medina, he established an ever expanding community of believers, the Muslim ummah.
Because of the efforts of the Prophet (s), the pre-Islamic Age of Ignorance ended, and the polytheistic society of Arabia was transformed into a monotheistic society in a short time. Towards the end of the Prophet's (s) life, almost everyone in the Arabian Peninsula had converted to Islam. The number of Muslims has continued to grow ever since, and Islam is now the fastest growing religion in the world
. The Prophet (s) enjoined his followers to adhere to the teachings of the Qur'an and the Ahl al-Bayt (a). He designated Imam
'Ali (a) as his successor on various occasions throughout his life, including the event of Ghadir.



Collections of the Prophet's (s) Hadiths

According to the Shi'a school of thought, hadiths (narrations) from the Imams (a) are binding sources for Islamic law and theology in the same way that hadiths from the Prophet (s) are sources of Islamic law. As such, they both need to be followed and observed. In this respect, there is no difference whether the narration comes from the Prophet or the Imams (as the Imams are following the Prophet's tradition and there is no conflict). The four primary sources of hadith for the Shi'as are al-Kafi, al-Tahdhib, Man la yahduruh al-faqih and al-Istibsar. They do not separate the hadiths of the Prophet (s) and Imams (a) from each other, but rather they are grouped together by subject.
However, there are certain books which have collected the hadith of the Prophet (s) only or have dedicated chapters for hadiths of the Prophet (s). Some of these sources include:
Tuhaf al-'uqul 'an al al-Rasul (s): This book was written by Ibn Shu'ba al-Harrani, who was a great Shi'a scholar and jurist of the 4th/10th century. This book is an invaluable collection of narrations and pieces of advice from the Prophet (s) and Imams (a) and even has a dedicated chapter for sayings of the Prophet (s).
Al-Majazat al-Nabawiyya: This book was written by al-Sayyid al-Radi. This collection of the Prophet's (s) hadiths focuses on certain aspects of the Prophet's narrations and groups them in categories like: subtle advice, admonitions, implications and allegories.
Makatib al-Rasul (s): This book was written by Ayatullah Ahmadi Miyaniji, and it contains the letters of the Prophet (s) to kings, officials and agents. It also includes pieces of writing on treaties, contracts and some other miscellaneous issues.
Sunan al-nabi: This book was written by 'Allama Tabataba'i. It aims to give a brief overview of the morals and manners of the Prophet and what is known as the "conduct of the Prophet (s)".
Nahj al-fasaha: This book was compiled by Abu l-Qasim Payandih. It is organized into two sections: hadiths and sermons and includes the narrations and sayings of theProphet (s).



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عاشقة ام الحسنين


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