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 @@LIFE STORY OF MOHAMED PBUH part 11 @@ THE TROUBLES BEGIN

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مُساهمةموضوع: @@LIFE STORY OF MOHAMED PBUH part 11 @@ THE TROUBLES BEGIN   الخميس سبتمبر 10, 2009 9:24 am



The Troubles Begin


Three years passed and one day the Archangel Gabriel came
to the Prophet (pbuh) and ordered him to start preaching
openly to everyone. So the Prophet (pbuh) told the people of
Mecca that he had something very important to tell them. He
stood on a hillside in Mecca, called Safa, and they gathered
around to hear what he had to say. He started by asking them
if they would believe him were he to say that an army was
about to attack them. They answered that indeed they would,
because he never lied. He then told them that he was the
Messenger of Allah, sent to show them the right way, and to
warn them of terrible punishments if they did not follow him in
worshipping only Allah and none other. Abu Lahab, one of the
Prophet's uncles who was among the listeners, suddenly stood
up and said, 'May you perish! Did you call us here just to tell
us this?' At this, Allah sent to the Prophet (pbuh) the following
Surah:

In the Name of Allah, The Beneficent, The Merciful
“The Power of Abu Lahab will perish, and he will perish. His
wealth and gains will not save him. He shall roast at a flaming
fire, And his wife, the carrier of firewood Will have upon her
neck a rope of palm-fibre”. (Koran cxi.1-5)

Then the crowd dispersed and the Prophet (pbuh) was left
alone. A few days later the Prophet (pbuh) tried again. A feast
was prepared in his house for all of his uncles. After the meal
he spoke to them and said, 'O sons of 'Abd al-Muttalib! I know
of no Arab who has come to his people with a better message
than mine. I have brought you the best news for this life and
the next. Allah has ordered me to call you to Him. So which of
you will help me?' All the men kept silent. Then 'Ali, his cousin,
jumped up and said: 'O Prophet of Allah! I will help you.' Then
the men all got up and left, laughing as they went because
only one young boy had agreed to help the Prophet (pbuh).



His message ignored by most of the people and his uncles,
the Prophet (pbuh) continued to meet his friends secretly in a
house near the hill of Safa. There they prayed together and he
taught them about the religion of Islam. But even though they
kept to themselves, they were sometimes abused by those
who would not believe. From one such incident, however, an
unexpected conversion to Islam took place. One day, when the
Prophet (pbuh) was returning home, speaking with his
followers, he met Abu Jahl, a leader of Quraysh, who hated the
Prophet (pbuh) and his teachings. Abu Jahl started to insult
him and to speak spitefully of Islam, but the Prophet (pbuh)
made no reply and went on his way.

Later, Hamzah, one of the Prophet's uncles, who was a
strong and brave warrior of whom people were quite afraid,
heard how his nephew had been insulted. Filled with rage, he
ran straight to the Ka'bah where Abu Jahl was sitting among
the people and struck him a violent blow in the face with his
bow. Hamzah then shouted, 'Will you insult him when I follow
his religion, and I say what he says? Hit me back if you can!'
Some people got up to help Abu Jahl but he stopped them
saying, 'Leave Hamzah alone, for by Allah, I have insulted his
nephew badly. 'From that moment on Hamzah followed the
teachings of the Prophet (pbuh) and with his conversion to
Islam Quraysh realized that the Prophet (pbuh) had a strong
supporter and so for a while they stopped persecuting him.
Soon, however, the leaders of Quraysh became angry again,
when they saw that the Prophet (pbuh) was going ahead with
his teaching. A group of them went to his uncle, Abu Talib,
who had promised to protect him. They told him to ask the
Prophet (pbuh) to stop attacking their gods and their way of
life, and in return they would let him do as he wished with his
religion.




After a time they saw that there was no change, so they
went back to Abu Talib and this time they told him that if he
did not stop his nephew, they would fight them both. Abu Talib
was very upset by this quarrel among his people, but he could
not break his word to his nephew. He sent for the Prophet
(pbuh) and told him what had happened, saying, 'Spare me
and spare yourself; do not put a greater burden on me than I
can bear.' The Prophet (pbuh) thought that his uncle might
abandon him and that he would no longer have his support,
but nevertheless he answered, '0 my uncle, by Allah, if they
put the sun in my right hand and the moon in my left in return
for my giving up this cause, I would not give it up until Allah
makes Truth victorious, or I die in His service. Abu Talib was
deeply moved by this answer. He told the Prophet (pbuh) that
he would support him for as long as he lived and encouraged
him to go on spreading Allah's message. From that time on,
however hard the leaders of Quraysh tried to convince Abu
Talib to stop protecting his nephew, he always refused to listen
to them. In order to get rid of the Prophet (pbuh) and his
followers, his enemies started persecuting those Muslims who
were poor or weak, or had no powerful friends. One such
person was Bilal, the slave of Umayyah ibn Khalaf. His master
would take him out into the desert, tie him up, and leave him
in the sun with a large stone on his chest. Fortunately Abu
Bakr was passing by one day and saw Umayyah torturing Bilal,
so he bought him from his master for a large sum of money
and then set him free. But not all persecuted Muslims were as
fortunate as Bilal. Many suffered, but all of them endured it
patiently, knowing that they were doing the right thing and
that their reward in the life to come would be greater' than
any happiness they could find on earth.

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