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المنتدى : المنتدى الإسلامي
افتراضي The polygamy, in islam -1
قديم بتاريخ : 05-05-2015 الساعة : 02:58 PM

If one poses the question, is Islam the first to legislate polygyny?
The answer will as we shall see, be no!
Jewish Law
Jewish law permitted polygamy without limit and it is well known that the Prophets of the Torah had many many wives, and so we find that polygyny is permissible according to them and narrated from their prophets themselves.
Christian Law
There cannot be found a definitive scriptural prohibition of polygyny in the New Testament, but one finds in the Christians of the first generations those who permitted the practice of polygyny being specific to certain places and particular circumstances. It is historically proven that some of these early generation Christians married more than one woman, this fact is confirmed by:
[Wester Mark] A scholar of the History of Marriage who says:
“Polygyny with the acknowledgement of the Church remained until the 17th century and it manifested itself in situations that were too enumerate to count both for the Church and the Country”. He also said, “some of the Christian kings and monarchs would marry more than one”.
Some of the denominations among the Christians even make obligatory the marrying of more then one wife.
So in Christian law there is no definitive text that prohibits its followers of marrying two or even multiple wives, but the leaders of their earlier generations found it sufficient to be married to one wife to protect the family coherence, and this is most manifest in the Roman Empire from their interpretation of their book the New Testament the verses related to Polygamy to the point it became prohibited to marry other than a single women, this is something not strange at all as it is well know the New Testament was distorted and entirely lost due to the changes that were made to it as was the Torah before it.
In the year 1947 A consultation Conference on the issue of Polygamy in Munich Germany seeking solutions to the problem of the population of women who outnumbered their male counterparts many folds after Germany had incurred huge losses to their male population after two World Wars. After much discussion the solution the found most suitable was to legalise polygyny to solve the imbalance.
And in 1949 Ahaly Bourn Germany raised the issue of the legalisation of polygyny and the introduction of it into German Law.
It was also widely reported in the press that the German government sought clarification from Al-Azhar Egypt in how to manage polygyny and saw it as a solution to the problem of increased numbers of females in their population.
As for the issue of polygyny in the Ancient societies one finds it prevalent in all of them more or less in some form or another, from the Ancient Athenians, the Chinese, the Ancient Hindus and the Babylonians, even to the Assyrians and Ancient Egyptian.
Islam came and approved the practice of polygyny according to the rules that govern it for what lies in it in great wisdom and benefit both to the individual and the society.
So this again is an evident proof to the prophet hood of the Messenger Muhammed peace and blessing of Allah be upon him, and the truth of the message he was sent with.

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كاتب الموضوع : محمد صالح بحرالدين محمد ص المنتدى : المنتدى الإسلامي
افتراضي The polygamy, in islam -2
قديم بتاريخ : 05-05-2015 الساعة : 03:01 PM

Many works on Sociology and many of the west’s great thinkers testified to the Law that Muhammed peace and blessings of Allah be upon him bought, recognizing the many benefits that lie in the practice of polygyny. Some even encouraging the practice and calling for it.
Here are a few of their quotes:
(1) Gustav Loboon in his book The Civilisation of the Arabs
“ The practice of polygyny in the East a good practice, it raises the moral statue of those societies that practice it, it bring closer families and gives the women a dignity and happiness that we do not see in Europe.
(2) The great German philosopher Shorbinhour in his treatise A Word on Women
“The European Laws of marriage are wrong foundationally in making women equal to men. Limiting men to one wife thus taking away half of our right, weakening us from our responsibilities……and you will not find women in the societies that permit polygyny except they are married and looked after, and the married amongst us are few and those that are single are many, you see them without anyone to take care of them from virgins in the upper classes who have aged in despair, to weaker souls from the lower classes incurring great difficulties feeling spent and miserable, living in shame and despair. And in the city of London alone there are no less than eighty thousand prostitutes spilling the blood of their honour in the name of marriage. These are from the sacrifices of limiting ourselves to one wife, and the results are affecting the women of Europe, leaving her to answer her needs in reprehensible ways. Therefore we need to count polygyny as a real alternative for women in a family.
(3) Anne Beranette in her book The religions of India:
“When we weigh up the issues with absolute objectivity we find that the practice of polygyny in Islam is one that protects and shelters feeds and clothes women is much better in the balance of things then the western prostitution of women that allows for a man to take a women for the sole purpose of sexual gratification then discarding her into the street when he is done with her.
And one finds other then these in the appraisals of western thinkers who are not Muslims themselves who recognise the great benefits there are to the practice of polygyny in Islam to both the individual and the society as a whole.

 

 
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كاتب الموضوع : محمد صالح بحرالدين محمد ص المنتدى : المنتدى الإسلامي
افتراضي The polygamy, in islam -3
قديم بتاريخ : 05-05-2015 الساعة : 03:02 PM

It is important to note the status of women before the message of Islam if indeed women enjoyed any status at all before the onset of Islam and after it.
Pre-Islam
The status of women before the onset of Islam was one where she was subjugated and despised she did not have any status whatsoever that is worth mentioning, this is indicated by the following:
(1) Women did not inherit regardless of their status being a daughter a wife nor a mother meant she had a rights to inherit from her male counterparts.
(2) The widespread practice of infanticide was prevalent in the Days of Ignorance, to the point that a daughter was seen as a great shame so great that they would be unable to accept it and would bury their daughters alive, with no sorrow or regret. This is further illustrated by a famous stereotype that was well known in the Days of Ignorance pre-Islam
“A women: - her victory is screaming and piety to her farther is stealing”
The meaning of which is if she tried to assist her brother, farther, or husband she can only scream and if she sought to be obedient to her farther she can only steal from her husband.
This is from those reprehensible things that Islam came to banish that women were struggling with from the moment of birth through to wedlock and till death in the days of Ignorance before Islam.
(3) The refusal of women from eating from the sacrificial animal was another means which demonstrates her lowly status in the pre-Islamic era, something Islam would later rectify.
(4) The contempt with which they were treated when menstruating and the distancing away from them during this period is another demonstration.
And one finds many other methods deployed in the subjugation of women during this pre-Islamic period.
After the onset of Islam:
One finds that Islam came and rectified much of what was wrong with pre-Islamic attitudes toward women, guaranteeing her all her rights which were unavailable to her previously, raising her status to lofty heights, examples of theses are:
(1) Islam guaranteed women a portion of the inheritance taken her full due, regardless of her age, young or old.
(2) Islam also came with a complete outlaw of the practice of female Infanticide, recognising the preciousness of every individual soul. The Prophet Muhammed even stated that the one who was given a girl and raised her well, then this would be a shield for him on the Day of Judgement.
(3) Women were given equal rights and share of the sacrificial animal that was previously prohibited for them.
(4) Islam also guided men into dispelling any notion of staying away from women during their menstruation, allowing them to enjoy each other in light of everything that the religion permitted them except sexual intercourse, for what lies in it in harm that has been scientifically proven. This being another proof of the truth of Muhammed and the message that he bought.
(5) From the teaching that Islam bought was the recognition of the rights of wives upon their husbands to live harmoniously without the fear of oppression and in mutual dignity.
(6) From the teaching of the prophet Muhammed was the lofty station that belong to the mother in particular, giving her a raised status, prohibiting her disobedience, commanding that she is treated with piety and informing that this will lead to the pleasure of Allah, and that disobedience of the mother in particular leads to the wrath of Allah and a torrid life and hereafter for the one who is guilty of it.
Like these there are many other example of Islam and the prophet of Islam recognising and raising the status of women irrespective of whether she is a daughter a wife or a mother, so peace and blessing be upon Muhammed the one who brought this great example to follow for all of humankind.

 

 
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كاتب الموضوع : محمد صالح بحرالدين محمد ص المنتدى : المنتدى الإسلامي
افتراضي The polygamy, in islam -4
قديم بتاريخ : 05-05-2015 الساعة : 03:04 PM

What every objective person should note is that if it is the case that the prophets marriage to eleven women nine of whom outlived him, was to be opposed by anyone then the tribe of Quraysh who were his foremost enemies and enemies to his cause were at the forefront of this most personal of attacks, using at their disposal all types of fabrications and lies against him.
The main focus of their attacks can be reduced to just two main points:
(1) The concept that the Prophet took for himself a fifth wife whilst only allowing for all others to take four simultaneously, with the fifth only being permitted upon the death of the fourth of her subsequent divorce.
(2) The concept of the Prophet marrying the wife of his previously adopted son Zaid before he received the revelation, and before the prohibition of considering adopted children, as though they were ones own, as the tribe of Quraysh considered marrying the wife of ones child from the most illicit of all acts.
A refutations of their attacks will follow soon but first we must seek to understand why they Quraysh, would be so vehement in their attacks of him. One must consider that Quraysh would utilise every opportunity to attack him, because of his disregard of their idols and statues, and even more the contempt with which he spoke of those who worshipped those idols.
With that in mind we see with absolute certainty the motivations of Quraysh become clear, as the first and foremost enemy to Islam and its Prophet, they were the first to prosper from any destruction of the religion of Islam, this is reflected in the ferocity with which they plotted and attacked him, setting the precedent that was to be followed by the Orientalists and Jews and Christians, in explaining the reasoning of his marriages to his eleven wives. Claiming that his marriages was only for the purpose of his own personal sexual gratification may Allah destroy them.
Their goals were only to harm the messenger and his message.
The hatred was a result of the great jealousy they felt toward the great Prophet of the last days the one who had been foretold of in the Torah and the New Testament before its many alterations. They had been waiting for this Prophet but rejected him when they the Jews saw he was not from them rather he was from their brethren the Arabs, in fact the Jews of Madinah had proclaimed the imminence of a Prophet being sent to them with whom they would fight. So when eventually it became clear he was sent amongst the Arab this caused them much despair and resulted in them rejecting him, but the people of Madinah had already heard their words and quickly became from those who accepted the Prophet into their hearts and eventually into their city. As for the Jews they only increased in their hatred of the Messenger and because of their pride they rejected him despite what they knew from the truth of his prophet hood.
From this we see that everyone who seeks with a pure heart to follow the truth, and does not follow his desires looking at the issue objectively without allowing himself to be deluded by others can only come to the recognition of Muhammed as a true Prophet and follow his teachings.
And the best testimony to that fact is the thousand and millions who have embraced the religions and teaching of the messenger and the seal of all the Prophets.
We see continuously more and more people embracing Islam especially from intellectuals who have seen first hand the truthfulness of the message of the Quran that was revealed upon Muhammed in informing upon thing that were previously in the realms of the unknown. Moreover we see the confirmation of scientific miracles in the Quran that was previously unknown and only recently discovered because of advances in science and technology.
And so Islam is in its ascent and has survived the tests of time when other religions are in decline, is yet another proof that it is Allah’s chosen religion for humankind and Muhammed is his chosen Prophet who was sent as a mercy for all of humankind

 

 
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كاتب الموضوع : محمد صالح بحرالدين محمد ص المنتدى : المنتدى الإسلامي
افتراضي The polygamy, in islam -5
قديم بتاريخ : 05-05-2015 الساعة : 03:07 PM

Answer: whilst it is true that Quraysh were the first and most ferocious enemy to the Prophet and what he was calling to in the worship of One God, without associating any partners with him.
Despite Quraysh’s knowledge of the truthfulness of Muhammed and the truth of his message they refused to humble themselves to his worship and to his revelation as it was in opposition to their desires and they pride.
So they started in their attempts to extinguish the light that he bought with his message torturing those who believed in his call.
Despite all of their attempts and the degree of their enmity it was widely know that the Messenger of Allah had numerous wives but there are no reports of Quraysh ever attacking him in the fashion that his spiteful enemies are attacking him with more recently, this is because of a number of reasons:
(1) The concept of polygamy was not something new to the Arabs, instead it was something that was considered the norm and was widespread amongst them.
(2) Polygamy was also considered amongst them something praiseworthy; it was an indication of ones manhood and responsibility that he would bear all of his women and all of their costs.
(3) It was also well known that not everyone was able to take more then one wife, and it was often the preserve of the most rich and elite in the society who would do it.
Sometimes you would find that a single man had many wives at the same time and rather then anyone blaming him for that he was held in high esteem.
It was the case that some of the Messengers own companions had more then four wives before their accepting Islam at which point they would keep four of them.
This is why the Messenger of Allah’s marriage to many wives was something the considered praise worthy according to their own standards in regards to polygamy.
This is why Quraysh did not attack the messenger in a personal fashion.
However it has become common place for those seeking to attack Islam to attack the very personality and person of Muhammed declaring their war not only him but all of his followers, in order to destroy his message and his religion, but this path will only lead to humiliation and regret for all those who take it.
Allah has promised that he has taken it on himself to protect his prophet against all of his enemies, and that he will ruin all of their plots and he will aid his religion and establish his Shareeah and people will enter his religion in crowds even if the disbelievers may hate it.

 

 
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كاتب الموضوع : محمد صالح بحرالدين محمد ص المنتدى : المنتدى الإسلامي
افتراضي The polygamy, in islam -6
قديم بتاريخ : 05-05-2015 الساعة : 03:08 PM

a) What the hypocrites claim regarding the Messengers fifth wife whilst prohibiting the Muslims from exceeding more then four women.
The hypocrites and others from the Jews etc. spread their lies surrounding the Prophet’s taken for himself eleven wives whilst limiting to only four wives for the rest of the Muslims arguing that there is a discrepancy in what he allowed for himself whilst limiting the rest of the Muslims.
We will now refute some of their false claims briefly as what follows will be a more detailed refutation, we will mention our unshakable proofs that cannot be rejected except by one who has gone astray, seeking in this clarification to make manifest the truth and to diminish falsehood.
The hypocrites and those who joined them from the Jews started their assault on the Prophet from the onset of his marriage to Zainab Bint Jahsh may Allah be pleased with her, who was the fifth wife of the Prophet after the death of both Khadijah and Zianab Bint Khuzymah who was also known as ‘ Umm al-Masaakeen’ or mother of the poor because of her concern for them.
1) Firstly one should recognise that the marriage of the Prophet to the number he married was a dispensation specific only to him, it and not permitted for anyone after him. This is similar to his continual fast that he prohibited the believers from trying to enact because of its difficulty.
2) There are from the Prophets that came before him who had married numerous times, like the Prophet Dawud (David) who had with him a hundred free women, or the Prophet Sulayman (Solomon) who had been given Kingship and prophet hood by Allah.
3) One should also consider the great lessons and wisdoms that can be derived from the Messenger of Allah many marriages.
4) The Prophet by marrying the number of times he married was following the path set for him by Allah in accordance with his commandments, and was not the least bit concerned with the false accusations thrown at him from his ignorant detractors. He had an unwavering belief in the aid and assistance of Allah for his message and that Allah would make it victorious, as he had not spoken from his desire he had only implemented what was revealed to him.
So one should also note that if it were the case that he was merely falsely claiming Prophet hood he could have, succumbed to their accusations by legislating what he and they wanted according to their desires, he could have taken a path that would appease his enemies. He could have permitted for the believers to take more than just the four wives. He could in theory have even allowed marrying any number of women, and he would have been assisted in that by:
1) The fact that Polygamy was the prevailing norm in Arab culture and was not something new to them.
2) In fact the taking of more then one wife was something considered praiseworthy and was indicative of strength and masculinity.
Nonetheless it would have been impossible and unthinkable for him (PBUH) to take any path but the one that Allah had designated for him. So it is clear that the Prophet was only following the commands that Allah had commanded fearless of what blame would be attributed to him that is yet a further sign of his Prophet hood and the truth of his Message.

 

 
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كاتب الموضوع : محمد صالح بحرالدين محمد ص المنتدى : المنتدى الإسلامي
افتراضي The polygamy, in islam -7
قديم بتاريخ : 05-05-2015 الساعة : 03:10 PM

The claims of the hypocrites surrounding the marriage between the Prophet and the divorced wife of his adopted son Zaid, as the Arabs considered this a most abhorrent act.
Firstly one needs to understand the following.
1) What is “Adoption” according to the Arabs
2) Evils and harms that are associated with this form of adoption
By clarifying these points the wisdom of Islam and its sacred law will become clear along with the reason for its prohibition.
1) Adoption is the process by which a man claims a son for himself that he did not farther this son then becomes like his biological son in the rights that are due to him and the responsibilities that are upon him.
The harms that result from adoption.
a) It leads to confusion of the real identity of a person, and lead a person to be at a loss of who he really is.
b) It leads to people losing their right to inherit, as the adopted son can lay claim to an inheritance that is not due to him. Allah wanted to reinstate the right of everyone who is rightly deserving and confirming this Allah said:
“But kindred by blood are nearer to one another regarding inheritance in the decree ordained by Allâh.” [Quran Chapter 8 Verse 75]
c) It resulted in the restriction of the Muslims in marrying the divorced wives of their adopted sons, as they were treated like their actual sons. And likewise many other harms.
The Prophet had adopted Zaid Ibn Haritha may Allah be pleased with him, this after the Prophet had freed him from slavery dignifying and honouring him, and was beloved to the Prophet, the Prophet would call Usama the son of Zaid ‘The beloved son of the beloved’. Before Allah prohibited the practice, it used to be said Zaid the son of Muhammed.
The Prophet even married Zaid to his cousin Zainab Bint Jahsh Al-Usdiyyah the mother of whom is Umaymah bint Abdul Muattalib.
Zainab remained with Zaid for a year or more before they faced difficulty in their marriage. When Zaid came to complain to the Prophet he said to him “hold on to you wife and fear Allah!” [Saheeh Muslim]
Then a short time later they were separated.
After this the command came from Allah to the Messenger of Allah for him to marry Zainab who was previously married to Zaid his adopted son before he divorced her, this was to destroy the practice of adoption that was so deeply rooted in the Arab mindset.
Zainab would compare herself with the Prophets other wives and say “ you were all married by your families as for me I was married to the Prophet by Allah from above seven heavens”.
And so it was from the wisdom of Allah’s decree to his messenger to marry Zainab thus abolishing the practice of adoption that was so deep rooted amongst the Arab, so prohibiting a practise that had so many harms. Even more important when one considers that there will be no Shareeah after that which the Prophet (PBUH) bought. This requires that this Shareeah is a complete one, with nothing missing not even the slightest thing that would bring benefit to human kind and is in their best interest. Allah the Exalted said: “There is no blame on the Prophet (pbuh) in that which Allâh has made legal for him. That has been Allah's Way with those who have passed away of (the Prophets of) old. And the Command of Allâh is a decree determined. ” [Quran Chapter 33 Verse 38] meaning there is no difficulty that should be felt by the Prophet in what Allah made permissible for him in marrying Zainab the previously divorced wife of Zaid his adopted son. There is also an indication of how Allah ruled over his previous Prophets and Messengers, as Allah never ordered them with something that bought difficulty on them.
What we have shown here is a refutation of the notion proposed by the hypocrites that there was anything untoward or inappropriate about the marriage of the prophet to Zainab nor anything in it to detract from his message.
So the command of Allah was fulfilled and it occurred and none can say otherwise nor can anyone change it and whatever Allah willed took place and whatever he does not will cannot happen.
It is therefore praiseworthy of Islam that it bought about the end of this reprehensible custom, after it had become accepted and rooted among the Arabs.
This prohibition resulted in;
1) The protection of the identities of people and their lineage from being lost of distorted.
2) The protection of the rights of those who are legitimate inheritors to inherit, it also meant the reinstating of the rights of all those who rightfully deserve it as Allah said :
“But kindred by blood are nearer to one another regarding inheritance in the decree ordained by Allâh.” [Quran Chapter 8 Verse 75]
3) The lifting of any difficulty that resulted from the restriction of marrying the divorced wife of ones adopted son, in obedience to the command of Allah “so that (in future) there may be no difficulty to the believers in respect of (the marriage of) the wives of their adopted sons when the latter have no desire to keep them (i.e. they have divorced them). And Allâh's Command must be fulfilled.” [Quran Chapter 33 Verse 37]
So the blessed union between the Messenger of Allah and Zainab (may Allah be pleased with her) was a confirmation of his prophet hood and a proof of the authenticity of the Sacred Law that was revealed to him from Allah.

 

 
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كاتب الموضوع : محمد صالح بحرالدين محمد ص المنتدى : المنتدى الإسلامي
افتراضي The polygamy, in islam -8
قديم بتاريخ : 05-05-2015 الساعة : 03:12 PM

To begin with before delving any further one should ask;
Is it a prerequisite of any given Prophet of Allah that they marry multiple wives and, is the truth of their messages conditional on that?
The answer is of course no!
As it is well know there are Prophets who did not marry at all like the Prophets Yahya and Eesa (Jesus).
Moreover there are some prophets who married many a women, like the Prophet Dawud (David) who had a hundred free women and similarly the Prophet Sulayman (Solomon) who Allah had given kingship and prophet hood and he was singled out for that honour. The Prophet of Allah in generality have things that are specific to themselves alone, none more specific then being recipient of his books and like in the case of Musa (Moses) who was chosen by Allah and was given the honour of speaking with him. Similarly the miraculous birth of Eesa (Jesus) without a father, and the miracle of the Prophet and his ascension through the heavens where he saw from amongst the greatest of Allah’s signs, he was selected for that most special of honours.
Therefore we cannot use the marriage of a Prophet or multiple marriage of a Prophet s a reason to doubt his prophet hood, especially in the example of the Prophet Muhammed peace be upon him who’s teaching exemplifies;

 

 
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كاتب الموضوع : محمد صالح بحرالدين محمد ص المنتدى : المنتدى الإسلامي
افتراضي The polygamy, in islam -9
قديم بتاريخ : 05-05-2015 الساعة : 03:14 PM

1) A sound creed; that is complete and perfect calling to the oneness of Allah and his lordship, that he Allah alone is the Creator and Provider and that he is the only one deserving of worship without any other association, no son that is attributed to him nor wife, and that Allah Almighty is free from any imperfections and everything that does not befit His names and attributes, and that his names are the epitome of absolute perfection, and that there is none like unto him. A creed free from any lies a pure and transparent creed that does not have any cloudiness in it.
2) A just and upright Sacred law; that enjoins everything that is good and encourages it like the justice and tying the bonds of kinship, a Law that prohibits every evil and discourages it like oppressions and all illicit acts.
3) A noble teaching. Principled in good behaviour and etiquettes that are the most high, raising both individual and society to a higher level of sophistication and civilisation.
4) Acts of worship that enrich; with sole dedication to Allah alone, not for showing off, or hypocrisy or seeking recognition, nor associating any partners with him. Not worship that entails celibacy but rather a middle way that genders harmony between the worldly and the sacred, acts of worship that lead to the straight path.
5) Governed transactions; built upon the principles of wholesome goodness between all people without oppression and discrimination at any of its levels.
6) A noble lineage and honourable status; a further proof that Allah Almighty chose him for prophet hood.
7) A lofty moral code and exemplary mannerism’s; his characteristics were of the highest nature like trustworthiness, so he was ideal as an example for those who follow him and believe in him to emulate his ways in all his affairs.
8) His eagerness to hasten to be the first to do what he was commanding others to do from acts of worship to daily transactions applying the Sacred Law that he bought from Allah, thus becoming the best example to follow.
9) Miracles; that were given to him by Allah to strengthen and support his call, miracles that none other then a prophet can bring forth, and so becoming the most unequivocal proof to the truth of his prophet hood.
So overwhelming are these proofs that one has no option but to recognise him and believe in him and follow his way, recognising that everything he said or done was inspired by the revelation that bought enlightenment to all those who believed in it and implemented all the commands of Allah and in that there is great wisdom and benefit even if some of it or all of it escapes some.
Further evidence is found in the reality that Allah Almighty did not dress the people in his religion in compulsion, nor did he waste away their efforts by rejecting them nor did he leave them in confusion or conjecture in their religious affairs, rather he sent a light more bright than the light of the sun in the middle of the day and as for falsehood then it is the blackest of all darkness.
We find that huge crowds of people answer the call of the Prophet (pbuh) first and foremost his companions, this after they had witnessed the signs of his prophet hood and miracle that came with him none more great then the Holy Qur’an itself. This left no weapon for those who possessed hatred for the Prophet to attack him with nor because of the clarity of his message could they pose the question to them why do you believe in Muhammed?
So the Accursed Jews of that time despite being ‘People of The Book’ through Allah sending of the Prophet Musa (Moses) to them with the Torah, continued in allowing their arrogance to prevail. Despite Musa (pbuh) having foretold the coming of the Prophet of End Times, this knowledge that they possessed was then transmitted to the Arabs from them the Jews, as they had been certain of the imminent arrival of the Prophet of End Times, announcing his arrival and thinking that he would be from them the Jewry, so when eventually the Prophet (pbuh) did arrive after migrating to Madinah from Mecca the people of Madinah understood knew this confirmed what the Jews had been saying concerning his appearance. So they hastened competing with one another in believing in him.
It would have been more befitting of the Jews that they are the ones who hastened toward him as they had been given the revelation and many prophets were sent to the Israelites informing of his coming. The Arabs on the other hand had all but lost the remnants of the teachings of Ibrahim (Abraham) and had taken idols and stones as gods besides Allah. This show the great wisdom of Allah, as the Jews had been well known for killing the prophets sent to them belying them and throwing false accusations at them, even changing their scriptures adding and subtracting as they pleased according to their desires.
Instead Allah Almighty willed that that he Muhammed be sent to an illiterate people amongst whom ignorance had prevailed in all spheres of life where all manners of evil and vices where widespread to lift them from this darkness to the heights of knowledge and worship, and pure monotheism to Allah built upon the foundation of goodness and generosity, enabling the Muslims followers of the tradition of Muhammed to reach levels of great distinction when they held firm to the teachings and message of the Prophet peace be upon him.

 

 
محمد صالح بحرالدين محمد ص
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محمد صالح بحرالدين محمد ص غير متواجد حالياً عرض البوم صور محمد صالح بحرالدين محمد ص



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كاتب الموضوع : محمد صالح بحرالدين محمد ص المنتدى : المنتدى الإسلامي
افتراضي The polygamy, in islam -10
قديم بتاريخ : 05-05-2015 الساعة : 03:15 PM

So the resolve of the Jews grew stronger and the rancour and animosity to the prophet even greater set about convincing Quraysh that the religion of Idolatry and Polytheism was the religion of their forefathers and that this religion was far better then the religion that Muhammed was calling to, the worship of one God and the abandonment of the ways of their forefathers, he called to worshipping Allah alone without associating any partners with him. They done this by answering the questions of Quraysh when they asked about the religion of the Jews and the religion that Muhammed had bought. They were successful in convincing them that leaving the ways of their forefathers was a disgrace and would result in the wrath of Allah being placed on them. Yet none of them could muster the courage to ask the believers why are you following Muhammed?!
This make its clear that the companions had sincerely submitted to Allah obeying his commandments and refraining from his prohibitions applying his laws until death came to them and they were upon that understanding of pure monotheism. This was during the time before the Prophet (pbuh) had four wives, as he only married four wives after he had passed fifty years of age.
This leads us to ask a few questions the answer of which are absolutely clear for people with any intellect.
The First Question: what is to be said regarding those who believed in the Prophet and his message worshipping Allah with sincerity following his commands and abstaining from his prohibitions applying his Law until they died upon that belief, what will be their end?
Is their end in the Paradise of the Most Merciful where they enjoy eternal bliss and where the pleasure of Allah is upon them, or to the Hellfire a place of eternal torment and his displeasure and punishment?
The answer and there can only be one is that their eventual destination will be to the Paradise of Allah and to his eternal bounties. This is clear from what has been made apparent and from what Allah promised them and what is confirmed in all of the ‘Heavenly books’.
The second question: what relation did the Prophet marrying again according to what Allah permitted for him, have to do with those that believed in him? Will Allah reject the efforts of those follower of the Prophet who had seen the sign of his prophet hood and his miracles, would all of that come to nothing because the Prophet took more than one wife or had taken many wives.
The answer is an absolute no. As with the justice of Allah these people would not be punished as they had turned to him, believing in him and worshiped him sincerely submitting themselves to him.
The third question: is it at all conceivable that those followers of the Prophet who had correct creed implementing the commands of Allah and refraining from his prohibitions, those who did not desecrate any of Allah’s sanctities nor transgress any of his boundaries, is it at all conceivable that their Just Lord would enter them in to the Hellfire for their eternal punishment and his wrath to be on them, all of this because their prophet was married to more then one wife? This would contradict everything that Allah revealed in all the Holy Scriptures. Take into consideration the fact that it is He, Allah, who selected this Prophet for them to begin with. The Answer again is an unequivocal no. It is not even conceivable that any other answer could be entertained except to those who are blind and have no sense.
The fourth question: what do we say about Muhammed (pbuh) and his message after he married multiple time after passing fifty year of age.
The answer is and there is no alternative answer that we cannot but believe in him. This is because Muhammed really is the true messenger of Allah, and that him marrying was only with the permission of Allah from what Allah has permitted for him. With particular reference to his marriage to Zainab through which Allah wanted to abolish the practice of Adoption and its evils, it is important to note that these things along with others were specific dispensations for him and this will be discussed further later. This is the truth and the whole truth wherein is no lie, and truth is enlightenment and falsehood is but darkness.

 
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