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 @LIFE STORY OF MOHAMED PBUH PART 26 @ The Prophet’s Death

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مُساهمةموضوع: @LIFE STORY OF MOHAMED PBUH PART 26 @ The Prophet’s Death   الخميس سبتمبر 10, 2009 1:12 pm



The Prophet’s Death


One Night, shortly after his return to Medinah, the
Prophet(pbuh) woke up at midnight and asked his servant’ Abd
Allah to saddle his mule. They then left the house and went to
the Baqi al-Gharqad, the burial ground of the Muslims. There
the Prophet (pbuh) stood in the front of the graves and, as
though he could see the Muslims buried in them, spoke to
them and prayed over them. Later, ’Abd Allah reported, ’The
Prophet (pbuh) told me that he was ordered to pray for the
dead and that I was to go with him.’

After the Prophet (pbuh) had prayed he turned to ‘Abd Allah
and said, ‘I can choose between all the riches of this world, a
long life and then Paradise, or meeting my Lord and entering
Paradise now.’ ‘Abd Allah begged him to choose a long, rich
life, followed by Paradise, but the Prophet (pbuh) told him that
he had already chosen to meet his Lord now rather than
remain in the world. The following morning the Prophet (pbuh)
awoke with a terrible headache, but despite this he had led the
prayers at the mosque. From what he said afterwards to the
people assembled there, they understood that his death was
near. The Prophet (pbuh) praised his best friend, Abu Bakr,
who had begun to weep, and told everyone that he knew they
would all meet again at a pool in Paradise. He added, however
that although he was sure they would always worship Allah
alone, he feared that the pleasures of the world would attract
them, and they would begin to compete with one another for
material possessions, forgetting spiritual things. Soon after the
Prophet (pbuh) requested that he be moved to the room of
A’isha, one of his wives. As the days passed his fever grew
worse, until one day he was so ill that he could not even get to
the mosque, which was next to where A’isha lived. The
Prophet (pbuh) told A’isha to tell the Muslims to let Abu Bakr,
her father, lead the prayer, which made them very sad for this
was the first time anyone had taken the Prophet's place.



Later, on the 12th day of Rabi al-Awal, in the 11th year of
Islam (June 8th
632 A.D.), the Prophet (pbuh) heard the voices
of the people in prayer. With great effort he got up and looked
from his door at all the Muslims who were assembled in rows
behind Abu bakr; he smiled with great satisfaction. Abu Bakr
saw him and stepped back to give the Prophet (pbuh) his
place. The Muslims were happy, thinking he was going to pray
with them as before, but the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), who
looked radiantly beautiful that day signaled to them to
continue on their own. He prayed in a sitting position at the
right of Abu Bakr, after which he went back inside and lay his
head on 'A'ishah's lap. He was in such pain that his daughter
Fatimah cried out in pity. Then the Prophet (pbuh) said, 'There
is no pain for your father after this day; truly, death has
appeared to me. We must all suffer it till the Day of
Judgement.' As he lay there, A'ishah remembered that he had
once said, Allah never takes a Prophet to Himself without
giving him the choice.' Then she heard the Prophet (pbuh)
speak. His last words were, 'Nay, rather the Exalted
Communion of Paradise.'

A’ishah then said to herself, 'So, by Allah, he is not
choosing us!' When the people in the mosque heard that the
Prophet (pbuh) was dead, they were filled with grief. ‘Umar
could not, and would not, believe it, and exclaimed that it was
not true. Abu Bakr then went out and spoke gently to the
people, saying 'All praise belongs to Allah! 0 people, whoever
worshipped Muhammad, Muhammad is dead. But for him who
worships Allah, Allah is living and never dies.'

He then recited this verse from the Koran which had been
revealed after the battle of Uhud:

In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful
“Muhammad is but a messenger, messengers (the like of
whom) have passed away before him. Will it be that, when he
dies or is slain, you will turn back on your heels? He who turns
back does no hurt to Allah, and Allah will reward the thankful.
No soul can ever die except by Allah's permission and at a
term appointed.


Who so desires the reward of the world, We bestow on him
thereof; and whosoever desires the reward of the Hereafter,
We bestow on him thereof We shall reward the thankful”.
(Koran iii.144-145)

After this the people pledged their loyalty to Abu Bakr,
whom the Prophet (pbuh) had chosen to lead the prayer. Abu
Bakr accepted and concluded what he had to say with these
words: 'Obey me so long as I obey Allah and His Messenger.
But if I disobey Allah and His Messenger, you owe me no
obedience. Arise for your prayer, Allah have mercy upon you!'
The people rose and asked him; 'Where will the Prophet
(pbuh) be buried?' Abu Bakr remembered that the Prophet
(pbuh) had said, 'No Prophet dies who is not buried on the
spot where he died.' And so the Prophet (pbuh) was buried in
a grave dug in the floor of A'ishah's room, in the house next to
the mosque. The spot became known as the Haram al-Nabawi
and Muslims from all over the world go there to pray and to
give their blessings and greetings of peace the Prophet
Muhammad (pbuh). And Lo! thine verily will be a reward
unfailing. And Lo! thou art of a tremendous nature. (Koran
lxvii. 3-4)

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