The Characteristics Of Prophet Muhammad

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Prophet Muhammad (S) was the best of the messengers because his message is still being installed centuries after his deaths. Prophet Muhammad spread Islam peacefully; he showed the non-Muslims the characteristics of a believer, he was patient with the converts and was responsible. A profusion of people thinks that Prophet Muhammad (S) spread Islam violently because he was racist, and commanding his followers to do a bunch of stuff.
Faith is interlinked with with the individual’s conviction. Therefore Allah says (( Let then him, who he wills, believe in it, and let who wills reject it.)) (Quran 18:29) This verse has proved that a human has given the freedom to believe in Islam or vice-versa. Many people think Islam was spread by violence,
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Neither is the white superior over the black nor is the black superior over the white — except by piety”. Scads of people conjecture that Prophet Muhammad (S) is racist, but indeed, he used to deem people based on their character and actions. The Prophet said, “No deed that will be placed on the scale of deeds [on the Day of Judgement] will be heavier than good character. Indeed, a person with good character will attain the rank of those with a good record of voluntary fasts and prayers.” (Sunan At-Tirmidhee: 2003). This response to all of the people who think Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is racist and judge people based on their skin color. Islam is not a racist religion, and we need to show that by duplicating the way Prophet Muhammad (S) showed …show more content…
I cannot imagine how much Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) would be happy to see the number of Muslims increased from thousands to billions of Muslims. Prophet Muhammad never gave up and always used to try his best to make sure Islam reaches everyone in this world. Prophet Muhammad had to face many challenges to reach his goal. Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) had to do stuff that no one in this world is capable of doing, like forgiving the people of Taif. Who knew after all of these years Taif is going to become a city full of Muslims practicing Islam daily. He had to be patient with the people of Quraysh even though they used to throw rocks at him and do much dirty stuff to him. Finally, one day all of the Islamophobes are going to know that Islam is a religion of

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