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مُساهمةموضوع: @ LIFE STORY OF MOHAMED PBUH PART 13 @ THE CRUELTY OF QURAYSH   الخميس سبتمبر 10, 2009 9:34 am



The Cruelty of Quraysh


The leaders of Quraysh became increasingly worried about
the way the people of Mecca were being divided by the
Prophet's teachings. Finally, ‘Umar ibn al-Khattab, one of the
nobles of Mecca, decided that the only way to silence the
Prophet (pbuh) was to kill him. Having made up his mind, he
set out at once to look for him. On his way he met a man who
saw at once what ‘Umar was going to do and said: 'Why don't
you look a little closer to home before going to kill
Muhammad? Don't you know your own sister Fatimah is a
Muslim?' 'Umar was shocked. He could not believe this was
true. He went at once to his sister's house. When he arrived
outside the house he heard Fatimah and her husband Sa’id
reading aloud surah Ta Ha, a chapter from the Koran. Hearing
her brother's voice at the door, Fatimah quickly hid the scroll
with the surah written on it among the folds of her dress.
‘Umar stormed into the room and demanded, 'What is this
nonsense I heard?' Fatimah denied everything. ‘Umar then lost
his temper and attacked Fatimah's husband shouting, 'They
tell me that you have joined Muhammad in his religion!'
Fatimah tried to defend her husband and ‘Umar hit her too.
Then she admitted, ‘Yes, we are Muslims and we believe in
Allah and His Messenger and you can do what you like!'

Seeing her faith and courage, ‘Umar suddenly felt sorry for
what he had done and said to his sister, 'Let me see what I
heard you reading just now so that I may understand just
what it is that your Prophet has brought. Fatimah gave the
scroll to him after he had washed to make himself clean and
pure before touching it, and had promised to give it back to
her afterwards.







In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful

“Ta Ha We have not revealed unto thee (Muhammad) this
Koran For thee to be distressed, but only as a reminder Unto
him who fears a Revelation from Him who created the earth
and the high heavens; the Beneficent One Who is established
on the Throne; To Him belongs Whatsoever is in the heavens
and the earth And all that is between them, and All that is
underneath the soil.

If Thou speakest aloud Be thou loud in thy speech, yet
Surely He knows the secret (thought) And that yet more
hidden. Allah There is no god but He To Him belong the Most
Beautiful Names”. (Koran xx: 1-Cool . As he read, 'Umar
suddenly knew that these were the most beautiful words he
had ever heard and that this religion must be the true one.
With his sword still in hand, he went straight to the Prophet's
house and knocked loudly at the door. One of the Prophet's
closest followers looked out. There stood 'Umar who was
known for his courage and strength. When he saw 'Umar so
excited and with his sword in hand, he was afraid for the
Prophet's life. But the Prophet (pbuh) asked him to allow
'Umar to come in and to leave them alone together. The
Prophet (pbuh) asked 'Umar why he had come, to which he
replied: 'I have come to swear that there is no god but Allah
and that you, Muhammad, are the Messenger of Allah.' As he
spoke these words, his hand still held the sword with which he
had intended to kill the Prophet (pbuh). This same sword'
would now be used to defend the Prophet (pbuh) and the faith
of Islam. At that time, whenever Muslims wanted to perform
the ritual encircling of the Ka'bah, known as tawaf they had to
do it secretly and in fear. 'Umar, however, was very
courageous. As soon as he had declared his faith, he went
directly to the Ka'bah and in broad daylight made the circling
of the Sacred House before the astonished people of Mecca.
No one dared to say anything. But now the leaders of Quraysh
became even more alarmed and began to see Islam as a
threat to the whole life of the city of Mecca. They grew more
and more furious as the numbers of Muslims increased until
finally they, too, decided as 'Umar once had, that the Prophet
(pbuh) would have to be killed.


On hearing of these plans, Abu Talib, the Prophet's uncle,
immediately sent a message to all the sons of 'Abd al-Muttalib,
asking them to protect their nephew, and this they agreed to
do. When Quraysh realized that they could not kill the Prophet
(pbuh) because of this protection, they decided instead to
avoid him and his followers completely. A declaration to this
effect was hung at the Ka’bah. It stated that no one in the city
was allowed to have anything to do with the Prophet (pbuh)
and his people, or even to sell them any food or drink
whatsoever.

At first the Muslims found some support among the Bani
Hashim, the branch of Quraysh to which the Prophet (pbuh)
belonged. Some of these people were not Muslims but showed
loyalty to their kinsmen by suffering along with them. However, life
grew more and more difficult and food was scarce. The hatred of
the rest of Quraysh for the followers of the Prophet (pbuh) grew so
great that when his companions tried to buy supplies from a
caravan passing near to Mecca, Abu Lahab, one of the Muslims'
worst enemies, offered ten times the price of the goods to the
merchant. By doing this he managed to stop the Muslims, from
buying what they desperately needed. During the years of this
terrible treatment, a wonderful thing happened. Instead Of Islam
becoming weaker, it grew stronger. Allah sent more and more
Revelations. It was as though the Muslims were being strengthened
and cleansed by the hardships they suffered and were being tested
in their faith. Each year at the time of the pilgrimage to Mecca,
people tame from all over Arabia. These pilgrims saw the terrible
cruelty and injustice of Quraysh towards the Muslims, and many of
them were sorry for the Prophet's followers. Quraysh began to feel
ashamed of their harsh treatment, especially as many of the
Muslims were their cousins and close relatives. Finally, at the end of
three years, they were convinced that the time had come to put an
end to the persecution of the Muslims, and they decided to take
down the notice hanging at the Ka’bah. To their astonishment, the
sheet of paper had been completely eaten up by worms, all except
the words, 'In Your Name, O Allah', which had been written at the
top of the paper.

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