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Bism-illah irahman nirahim

In the name of Allah, the Most Beneficent and Most Merciful

S
AYYIDINA RASULULLAH
PROPHET MUHAMMAD

Salla La Hu alayhi wa aale hi Wasallam

May Allah send peace and blessings upon him and his family


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                     I bear witness that there is no deity worthy of worship except Allah


                        and I bear witness that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah


           Aslaam-o-alaikum                  Saturday 11 August 2007 / 1428H 27 Rajab


‘O, ye who believe, say not (unto the Prophet); “Listen to usBut say “Look upon us” and be ye listeners. 

Surah 2, 104


Call to Prayer Publications continues the work of spreading the true message of Islam with
rasulallah.info. This Programme aims to give a unique insight into the Greatest teacher and Example for Mankind;

Prophet Muhammad (Salla lahu Alayhi Wa'ale hi Wasallam).


All Praise belongs to Allah (subhana hu wa ta’ala) and peace and blessings upon the Seal of Prophets; Prophet Muhammad (Salla lahu Alayhi Wa'ale hi Wasallam).

Allah (swt) revealed His complete book of guidance onto His most beloved Messenger; Sayyidina Rasulullah (salla lahu alayhi wa'ale hi wasallam), bestowing on him complete perfection. The true essence of Islamic teachings is to understand and follow the guidance of the Qur’an and Sunnah. The Glorious Qur’an is the divine word of Allah (swt) and the Sunnah is the Path of the final and most elevated of all Prophets and Messengers; Prophet Muhammad Abu’l Qasim Salla La Hu alayi Wa'ale hi Wasallam.


The Most Praised

The blessed name ‘Muhammad’ literally means the Most Praised or simply the Praised One. The Seerah books on the Life and time of Prophet Muhammad (salla lahu alayhi wa'ale hi wasallam) confirm that this name was unique and was never heard of before the birth of the Final Messenger.

Scholars recommend to understand Islam, it is essential not only to study the Qur’an with tafsir - explanation and the Sunnah - Way of the Prophet (saw), but also to read and follow the Seerah - The Life of Prophet Muhammad (salla lahu alayhi Wa'ale hi Wasallam).

Allah (swt) loves Prophet Muhammad (salla lahu alayhi Wa'ale hi Wasallam) more than the rest of creation and in Al-Qur’an, the beloved Prophet (saw) has been described as Rahmat al Lil Alameen - Mercy onto the Universe. The revelations of Allah (swt) further explain to mankind the qualities of the beloved Prophet of Islam as being a lamp that gives light - Siraj am Muneera. He is described by Allah (swt) as a tremendous example for believers and the coming of Sayyidina Rasulullah (salla lahu alayhi wa'ale hi wasallam) as a favour from Allah (swt) onto the believers.

Allah (swt) in many verses of the Qur’an has informed mankind of the respect that His beloved Messenger (saw) must be given and even the way he should be addressed. This love, respect and obedience to our master; Prophet Muhammad (salla lahu alayhi wa'ale hi wasallam) is the way by which we can attain true faith. Allah (swt) sent His greatest messenger as the example that we must follow.

The learned scholars therefore explain that the Sunnah - Way of the Prophet (saw) includes all the Actions, Sayings, Habits, Qualities, Example, Character, Morals, Manners, Approval and Disapproval of the Seal of all Messengers (salla lahu alayhi wa'ale hi wasallam) . The Perfection of the beloved Prophet (saw) is the embodiment of Islam.

‘Whatsoever the Messenger giveth you, take it. And whatsoever he forbiddeth, abstain from it and keep your duty to Allah’  (Surah 59, 7)


Sh
amaa-il Tirmidhi

The love of the blessed Prophet Muhammad (salla lahu alayhi wa'ale hi Wasallam) must exceed the love we have for the entire creation. This love is referred to as Ishq-e-Rasool. This means; Love of the Messenger

‘None of you has faith unless I am dearer to him than his father, his son and all of mankind’(Bukhari)

This is the love, which should come second only to the worship, love, fear and dedication to Allah (swt). Allah (swt) has ordered the believers to be obedient to Him and His Messenger.

The love for the Prophet (saw) is a journey of enlightenment and fulfilment and this can only be achieved through knowing the Messenger of Allah (swt) completely and intimately. Every Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu alayhi Wasallam) is like a pearl, which is priceless and should be treasured by all believers. These pearls are treasured by preserving each and every quality and habit of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu alayhi Wasallam) through studying great books of Hadith like ‘Shamaa-il Tirmidhi’.‘Shamaa-il Tirmidhi’ is the classical work of the great scholar of Hadith; Imam Tirmidhi.

The Shaam-il has been critically acclaimed through the passages of time as being the most descriptive account on Prophet Muhammad (salla lahu alayhi wa'ale hi Wasallam). The work has been compiled on the magnificent description of the Prophet from his perfect physical beauty to his morals, conduct and also includes his habits and mannerisms. This book contains almost 400 hadith and is regarded as compulsory reading and understanding for all that are hoping to know and be closer to the perfect Messenger of Allah Salla lahu Alayhi Wa'ale hi Wasallam.

 

      Ya Rabbi salli wa-sallim da’iman abadan,

         Ala habibika khayr al-khalqi kullihimi.

      
            O Lord, Send peace and blessings continuously upon Your

    beloved
(the blessed Prophet Muhammad salla lahu Alayhi Wa'ale hi Wasallam) ,

                                the best of all creation.



 

Sacred Gallery

The Grand Burdah

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Studying Ash-Shamaa-il


1. Chapter on the

Noble features of Rasul-Allah (saw)


2. Chapter on the

Seal of Rasul-Allah (saw)


3. Chapter on the

Blessed hair of Rasul-Allah (saw)


4. Chapter on the

Combing of the hair by Rasul-Allah (saw)


5. Chapter on the

White hair of Rasul-Allah (saw)


6. Chapter on the

Use of Dye by Rasul-Allah (saw)


7. Chapter on the

Kuhl of Rasul-Allah (saw)



8. Chapter on the

Dressing of Rasul-Allah (saw)


9. Chapter on the

Leather socks of Rasul-Allah (saw)


10. Chapter on the

Shoes of Rasul-Allah (saw)


11. Chapter on the

Ring of Rasul-Allah (saw)


12. Chapter on the

Wearing of the ring by Rasul-Allah (saw)


13. Chapter on the

Sword of Rasul-Allah (saw)


14. Chapter on the

Armour of Rasul-Allah (saw)


15. Chapter on the

Helmet of Rasul-Allah (saw)


16. Chapter on the

Head dress of Rasul-Allah (saw)


17. Chapter on the

Lower garment of Rasul-Allah (saw)


18. Chapter on the

Walking of Rasul-Allah (saw)


19. Chapter on the

Qinaa of Rasul-Allah (saw)


20. Chapter on the

Sitting of Rasul-Allah (saw)


21. Chapter on the

Pillow of Rasul-Allah (saw)


22. Chapter on the

Resting of Rasul-Allah (saw)


23. Chapter on the

Eating of Rasul-Allah (saw)


24. Chapter on the

Bread of Rasul-Allah (saw)


25. Chapter on the

Food of Rasul-Allah (saw)


26. Chapter on the

Wudu of Rasul-Allah (saw)


27. Chapter on the

Eating manners of Rasul-Allah (saw)


28. Chapter on the

Cup of Rasul-Allah (saw)


29. Chapter on the

Fruit-eating by Rasul-Allah (saw)


30. Chapter on the

Drinking of Rasul-Allah (saw)


31. Chapter on the

Manner of drinking of Rasul-Allah (saw)


32. Chapter on the

Musk of Rasul-Allah (saw)


33. Chapter on the

Speech of Rasul-Allah (saw)


34. Chapter on the

Laughing of Rasul-Allah (saw)


35. Chapter on the

Joking of Rasul-Allah (saw)


36. Chapter on the

Sayings on Poetry by Rasul-Allah (saw)


37. Chapter on the

Night story telling of Rasul-Allah (saw)


38. Chapter on the

Sleeping of Rasul-Allah (saw)


39. Chapter on the

Worship & Devotion of Rasul-Allah (saw)


40. Chapter on the

Salaatud Duha of Rasul-Allah (saw)


41. Chapter on the

Praying of Nawaafil at home by Rasul-Allah (saw)


42. Chapter on the

Fasting of Rasul-Allah (saw)


43. Chapter on the

Recitation by Rasul-Allah (saw)


44. Chapter on the

Weeping of Rasul-Allah (saw)


45. Chapter on the

Bed of Rasul-Allah (saw)


46. Chapter on the

Humility of Rasul-Allah (saw)


47. Chapter on the

Nobility of Rasul-Allah (saw)


48. Chapter on the

Modesty of Rasul-Allah (saw)


49. Chapter on the

Cupping of Rasul-Allah (saw)


50. Chapter on the

Living of Rasul-Allah (saw)


51. Chapter on the

Names of Rasul-Allah (saw)


52. Chapter on the

Noble age of Rasul-Allah (saw)


53. Chapter on the

Passing of Rasul-Allah (saw)


54. Chapter on the

Legacy of Rasul-Allah (saw)


55. Chapter on the

Vision of Rasul-Allah (saw)



.....As time goes by, on its horizon you stand,                  
         a
moon amidst darkness, a star shining.
 

           A memory as fresh as fragrant flowers, qualities of a

                garden exhaling, and if on a day you travel fair wind,

                    to a land most sacred and blessed,

                      then carry my ‘Salaam’ to the garden in which,

                             the blessed Prophet rests

                       (Yusuf Islam; ‘In Praise of the Last Prophet’)  


Attir Illahumma Qabrahu ash-Sharif

                         Bi’Arfin Shaziyyin min Salatin wa Taslim 

       O Allah, Perfume his noble tomb…With the fragrant scents of Salat and Salam 
 


          Allahumma Salli wa Sallim wa Barik Alayh

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