The Sirah of the Prophet (pbuh): A Contemporary and Original Analysis
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a b Uddin, Asma T. (March 26, 2021). "Muslim America is Not a Monolith". Literary Hub . Retrieved January 10, 2022. To summarize: The study of the seerah is the study of (i) the best, and (ii) the best, and (iii) the best, and (iv) the best: The Extinct Arabs (al-Arab al-Ba'ida/العرب البائدة) — the earliest civilizations that lived in Arabia, pre-Islam by thousands of years. The Quran mentions some of their stories, e.g., Ad (عاد) [e.g., Quran, 89:6-14] and Thamud (ثمود) [e.g., Quran, 11:61-68]. They have nothing to do with the later Arabs. They are called Arabs simply because they lived in the lands that later became Arabia. And as far as we know, Thamud is the earliest humanity that flourished in the Arabian Peninsula around 3000 BCE — so around 5000 years ago. We have documented evidence of the Thamud flourishing 5000 years ago. And to this day, we have the remains of the palaces of the people of Saleh (صالح), which came after Thamud, in an area called al-Ula (العلا) in Saudi Arabia. Ibn Khaldun (ابن خلدون) mentions, "These people fled from the ancient city of Babel (بابل) and they made their way to Arabia." Then what happened to them? Each one of them has its own story: Some Allah destroyed, some civil war, some flood, migration, etc.— and eventually they all became extinct.
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a b "Rhodes College | Faculty & Staff". Archived from the original on August 12, 2011 . Retrieved March 24, 2014. Qadhi was a guest on an episode of Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates's television genealogy series Finding Your Roots on PBS.  Views [ edit ] Jihad [ edit ] May Allah bless the person, who made this effort and increase this person in knwoledge, wisdom and give him jannatul firdaus al ala.
Every other Friday, we try to feature a new theme which will uplift our spirituality. Our themes mostly focus on the universal values such as compassion, patience, love and so on. Books written specifically for seerah. The first people to begin writing books of seerah were the sons of the sahaba. So many stories were told from their fathers. Urwah the son of Zubayr ibn al-Awwam wrote one of the greatest accounts. (Tangent: Urwah was one of the greatest tabi'un [تابعون] — his father, mother, grandmother, and brother, were all sahabi. But he was born after the death of the Prophet PBUH, so he wasn't a sahabi. And his aunt was none other than Aisha RA. So he was one of the primary narrators of fiqh, hadith, tafsir [تفسير - exegesis], and seerah, because he had access to Aisha RA; he was her mahram [محرم].) Also the son of Uthman ibn Affan (عثمان بن عفان) whose name was Aban (أبان) (died in the year 105 of the Year of the Hijrah) — he also wrote a booklet on seerah. Then a great scholar came by the name of Ibn Shihab al-Zuhri (ابن شهاب الزهري) (d. 124 AH), and he wrote one of the earliest treatises of seerah. But unfortunately, none of these books is existent anymore. The reason is simply: when later books came, they absorbed the earlier treatises. Realize in those days there were no printing presses. If you wanted a book, you had to sit there and write it yourself cover to cover. So if you had to choose one book, you would choose the ones that are better compiled (i.e., the later ones).
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i) It is the study of the life and times of the single best human to ever live. The Prophet PBUH said, "I am the leader & the paragon of virtue of the children of Adam, and I am not saying this out of arrogance." We wish we had these early books, but unfortunately, we don't. But we do have books that were written in the very next generation which shows us that seerah was compiled even before hadith because of its importance.However, of the 'issues' of the Quran is that (i) it is not chronological, and (ii) it does not mention reference. For example, Allah does not mention the word "Uhud" in the Quran, so we need to know that a portion of Surah Ali-Imran (سورة آل عمران) was revealed for Uhud. So the seerah and the Quran go hand in hand: You need the seerah to understand the Quran, and you need the Quran to understand the seerah. Qadhi denied stating that the Holocaust was a hoax or that it was false propaganda, but in 2008 admitted that he had briefly held mistaken beliefs about the Holocaust, and had said "that Hitler never actually intended to massacre the Jews, he actually wanted to expel them to neighboring lands." Qadhi said that his views were wrong and said "I admit it was an error".  Qadhi added that he firmly believes "that the Holocaust was one of the worst crimes against humanity that the 20th century has witnessed" and that "the systematic dehumanization of the Jews in the public eye of the Germans was a necessary precursor" for that tragedy.  More generally, he said that he "fell down a slippery slope", expressing anger at actions of the Israeli government in the form of anti-Semitic remarks he later recognized as wrong.  What Is The Fiqh Council of North America?". Fiqh Council of North America. Archived from the original on August 5, 2023 . Retrieved August 8, 2023.