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My essay will concentrate on that when the Prophet Muhammad (saw) spreading Islam, that time when he was being tortured he still did continue to spread Islam. This essay will focus on how Prophet Muhammad (saw) did not give up under a very painful struggle e.c.t. PROPHET MUHAMMAD (SAW) Prophet Muhammad (saw) was born around the year of 570 and was orphaned at an early age. His uncle, who had religious place within the main Quraysh tribe of Mecca, raised him. At the age of 25, Prophet Muhammad (saw) married Bibi Khadija (as) who was 40 years old at that time. At the age of 40, within the distance of the hills outside Mecca, Prophet Muhammad (saw) had his first experience of Islam. The Angel Jibraeel (as) appeared to Prophet Muhammad (saw) and informed him that he was Allah's (swt) first chosen messenger. Angel Jibraeel (as) also communicated to Prophet Muhammad (saw) about the first revelation from Allah's (swt). ...read more.


north of Mecca) had invited Prophet Muhammad (saw) to live there. The clan leaders invited Prophet Muhammad (saw) to Yathrib as a neutral religious authority to judge argument. In return, the leaders promise to accept Prophet Muhammad (saw) as a Prophet and support the new religion of Islam. Prophet Muhammad (saw) never gave up to spread Islam and his duties even during the time when his family and companions were being tortured and tested in a very inhumane manner. Prophet Muhammad (saw) and his family including relatives (Ahlulbayt family (Imam Hassan (as), Imam Hussein (as), Bibi Khadija (as). e.c.t.) were included in the torture by the evil people and all most of them did not give up at all. Many of the people from the ahlulbayt family were being tortured and most of them were being tortured either by been taken as prisoners, slavery e.c.t. As Islam was spreading, the Quraysh tribes could not tolerate that Islam is spreading, and now the Quraysh tribes became the prophet Muhammad and his family enemies and became a big obstacle for the spread of Islam. ...read more.


The prophet replied, " Lady, I have not come to take revenge on you but I came to ask about well being as no litter was thrown on me and I was surprised, I thought there is something wrong somewhere, So I just came to ask you about your well being and your health, Oh lady, How are you and how are you doing, May you recover fast by the grace of Almighty Allah, and he prayed for her". Upon seeing All this, that lady got in to tears and fell into the legs of the Prophet, asked for forgiveness of her ill treatment towards the Holy prophet. She then asked for Kalema, accepted Islam. From this, we can realise how the prophet tolerated the ill treatment from those ignorant and stubborn Arabs and how hard he had struggle to spread Islam. We also learn from the same story that how polite we should be with our fellow human beings regardless to their colour, faith or culture. ...read more.

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