Prophet Muhammad (Saw) the Ideal Character of Human Being ! Essay

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[pic] Today one in every five persons of the world believes Muhammad (pbuh) as the last messenger of Allah (pbuh) and millions of others are continuing to bear testimony to this fact…..Yaqeen ul Haq Ahmad Sikander writes.
Ever since dawn of the civilization, mankind has witnessed the emergence of a large number of great people who did significant contributions in their respective fields and immortalized their names forever. Their contributions, which they left behind, have been responsible for moulding the intellect of the people into the fashion of their teachings. The Teachings of Buddha, Jesus, Confucius, Ashoka, Aristotle, Plato, etc even today have an avid influence upon the lives of masses globally. But among all these great
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Some of the verdicts of Non-Muslims on Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) that I have compiled from various sources are:
“He must be called the Savior of humanity I believe that if a man like him were to assume the dictatorship of the modern world, he would succeed in solving its problems in a way that would bring it much needed peace and happiness.” (The Genuine Islam, Singapore, Vol. 1, No. X 1936).
“Mohammed was the most successful of all religious personalities.” (Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th edition).
“Muhummad was the soul of kindness, and his influence was felt and never forgotten by those around him.” (Diwan Chand Sharma, “The Prophets of the East,” Calcutta 1935, p. 122).
“Four years after the death of Justinian, A.D. 569, was born at Makkah, in Arabia the man who, of all men exercised the greatest influence upon the human race … Mohammed …” (John William Draper, “A history of the lntellectual development of Europe”,- London 1875).
“By a fortune absolutely unique in history, Mohammed is a threefold founder of a nation, of an empire, and of a religion.” (R. Bosworth-Smith, “Mohammed and Mohammedanism”- 1946).
So the Qur’an rightly says to the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) that, “And have We not raised high the esteem in which) thou (O Muhammad are held)” (Al Qur’an 94:4).

Exemplary Character

Muhammad (pbuh)’s character was indeed exemplary for whole of the humankind. Before his death, the whole of the Arabian Peninsula was already

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