Love of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ Millions of Greetings to Mustafa Jan Rahmat ﷺ

Lessons of Love and Mercy from Prophet Muhammad ﷺ


Love of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ Millions of Greetings to Mustafa Jan Rahmat ﷺ

The blessed month of Rabi-ul-Awwal is the month of the happy birth of this great man who came as a mercy for all human beings living on earth. In obedience to which there is security without any discrimination for every individual, nation and all mankind. This month comes every year with faithful memories of Hayat-e-Mustafa. The lovers of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) rejoice in this spring of mercy in their own way and try to pay homage to him with this remembrance.

The method of remembrance or remembrance of the Prophet has gradually changed from the time of the Prophet to the present day. But not only the remembrance of the Holy Prophet has changed the style. It was enough to recite only one verse of the remembrance of the Holy Prophet in the gathering of the Companions and the whole Quran would be enlightened before him. Then in this mirror all the ways of the Prophet getting up, sitting, walking, eating and drinking and other routines were activated before his eyes. This was a remembrance of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) for his followers on the one hand and a perfect incentive for his obedience on the other. But then the right of remembrance of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) could not be granted to those who came after him, who were not acquainted with his visit and companionship, unless his words were narrated in full detail. That is why the lovers of the Prophet saved every word of their beloved. Your every move, style and costume is described in great detail. In the Holy Quran, the prophets and messengers are not only mentioned by Allah Almighty Himself, but He has also commanded that:


“Remember them and remind others and pass on to others what you have found in them.”

That is to say, for the purpose of remembrance and remembrance, it was said to promote or promote the good deeds obtained from them. Therefore, on the occasion of Hujjat-ul-Wada ‘, the Holy Prophet addressed more than one lakh Muslims and instructed them.


“Those who are here should pass on these instructions to those who are not present.”

Doomsday is apparently the catalyst for a united Khundia and their subsequent emergence as a galactic power. In the early days of the Companions, the method of narrating the hadiths was to communicate the truth, to enjoin the good and forbid the evil, and to mention the Prophet. This is the history of Islam as well as its beauty. Therefore, in the gatherings of the Companions and the Companions, the teaching of the Holy Prophet and the narration of the Sira of the Prophet was considered an important task of invitation and training. After the time of Prophethood, the newly arrived Muslims, deprived of the company and companionship of the Holy Prophet (PBUH), sought goodness and invitation to the truth. The strength with which the Companions started the work of conveying the teachings of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) with a central focus on the Holy Prophet (PBUH) is undoubtedly the best example of the remembrance and love of the Holy Prophet (PBUH). The inevitable effect was that the matter went from speech to writing. This stage was decided with a sense of devotion and accountability to the love of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) in obedience to the command of “deliver me”.

Thus, on the one hand, authentic commentaries came to light and on the other hand, authentic collections of hadiths were compiled. Then, with his help, Islamic principles and laws were formulated in the form of “jurisprudence”. Undoubtedly, the people of the world today clinging to this religion of mercy and the Muslims spreading their religion easily is the result of the love of these Companions of the Holy Prophet.

In spite of these tireless efforts of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), there comes a time when the most effective means of knowledge and correction, such as beauty, become ineffective. As can be seen in the history of the common Pak-Wahdat. Somewhere a large part of the Prophet (sws) was not considered worthy of following by establishing self-made ideas about the work of prophecy and the position of prophethood. Somewhere in his teachings the doctrine of mysteries and secrets was brought to the fore and in the name of Tareeqah the teachings of the Prophet were made incomplete for the common people. Attempts have been made to show that his methods contradicted the passage of time. Then there were situations where the lovers of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) were blind, deaf and emotionally attached to their Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). Thus, at certain times, they express their devotion and love in certain ways, but by preaching, in their knowledge, it is as if they are relieving themselves of the true love of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him).


Sorry! Today, in our society, this tradition of love and expression of love for the Prophet is becoming more and more common. On the one hand, the lack of knowledge of the Maulvis is an important factor in the establishment of this tradition, its strengthening, its continuation and its flourishing. Regarding the love of the Prophet, Allama Iqbal explains three ways to maintain the spirit of action:

The first method is Durood and Salam, which is an integral part of a Muslim’s life.

The second way is for the Muslims to gather in large numbers and for someone to narrate the biography of the Holy Prophet.

The third method is difficult, but it is very important to explain. The method is to remember the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) in such a way that the heart of man becomes a manifestation of various aspects of Prophethood. That is to say, the condition which was created fourteen hundred years ago by the holy existence of the Holy Servant of the Universe should be created in our hearts today.

(Ashar Iqbal Martab Ghulam Dastgir Rashid, p. 306. (Meeting of Milad-un-Nabi)

In today’s modern globalization, there are about two billion lovers of the Prophet, including you and me. They know that love and obedience to the Prophet is the fulfillment of their faith. With devotion and respect, through the perfect security of the Prophet, it is as if they support him wholeheartedly, avoid opposition to him and show true obedience. They also follow his Sunnah and Aswa with the intention of reward. But usually to the extent that you adopt the etiquette of dressing, eating, sleeping, waking, walking, getting up and sitting like you. Of course, painting your character in the color of the Prophet is a cause of happiness. But if we cannot adopt your greatest and most important Sunnah, Da’wah, can we become true claimants of love and security for you?

He was the Messenger of his Lord. The purpose of his life was to invite his servants from the same Lord. From the revelation and the first guidance in the Cave of Hira to the last moment of his life, he remained a dynamic image of the work of invitation and prophethood. Every moment, this thought, this melody, this feeling, all the relationships and affairs for this, every struggle for this, so that the call of the Lord may reach His servants without any hesitation. Then there is the story of patience in the face of adversity in the face of this great mission.

Infidelity of close relatives and relatives; Shame in the streets of the beloved city; Courageous invitations from Mount Safa; Invitational patrols in the festivals of Okaz; Perseverance in the field of Czar; then for the forgiveness of the Ummah at midnight; nothing could take you back from your mission. These few titles are a story of invitation and advice and patience and perseverance.

Today, in the joy of your arrival, on the one hand, there is an increasing and dazzling propaganda of devotion and love, and on the other hand, there are colorful and colorful gatherings for the offering of blessings and peace. On the other hand, in Kashmir, Palestine, Burma, Syria, Xinjiang, Yemen and most parts of the world, there is a dying humanity under the system of oppression. On the one hand there are the sighs and groans of the weak and on the other hand there is the pharaonic and genius of the powerful.

The latest tragic scene is another attempt to test the love of the Prophet’s lovers by hanging insulting sketches of him on government buildings in France. Muslims who consider love and affection for the Prophet (peace be upon him) a part of their faith and are proud of it, are protesting against this evil all over the world. History bears witness to the fact that the general faith of the Muslims may have been shattered, but they have always been devoted to the love of the Prophet.

 Quran also teaches Muslims justice for their enemies:

“O you who believe! Stand up for justice for the sake of Allah, and do not forsake justice because of the enmity of a people. Do justice, for that is nearer to piety, and fear Allah. Indeed, Allah is Acquainted with all things. you do.”

The whole mission of the Messenger of Allah is a practical interpretation of this Qur’anic command. Islam emphasizes the practice of peace and reconciliation with the enemies that the benefit of peace and reconciliation is most to Islam and the people of Islam. Because in an atmosphere of peace and reconciliation, preaching the religion can be a task that is obligatory for Muslims. The enmity of both sides in the enmity obscures the truth. There are examples of the Prophet’s time that he always wanted peace and reconciliation in response to the enmity of non-Muslims.

The ten-year Mickey era is a time of intense opposition and persecution in response to the invitation and preaching. But his attitude remained one of patience, forgiveness, hope and turning to Allah. The hardest days of persecution were for Taif. When the arrogance towards you in response to the call of Islam was at its peak. You were followed by obscene young men who kept abusing you. They pelted him with stones so much that his whole body was covered with blood and his shoes were covered with blood. In such a situation, Gabriel (sws) sought the permission of the Prophet (sws) to merge the two mountains of Taif and eliminate his enemies forever. In response, he not only did not want them to perish, but prayed to God for them, saying that God would create in their descendants people who would worship the One God and with him someone else. Will not share The result of this patience, hope and prayer was that eleven years later, the same people of Taif renounced enmity and became his victims. Furthermore, the Arab Mujahid Muhammad bin Qasim was born from the same sect whose Islam entered South Asia through Islamic tolerance with non-Muslims.

Once Khabab ibn Art came to the service of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). Khabab, while mentioning the hardships suffered by the polytheists, said: “Why don’t you pray to Allah.” Hearing this, he sat up. His face turned red and he said, “The bodies of those who were before you were cut in two with saws, iron combs were spread on their flesh up to the bones.” But even these hardships did not deter him from religion. ” Then he said, “Allah will complete this matter (ie religion) till the rider goes from Sana’a to the Day of Judgment and he will have no fear except Allah.” But you people are in a hurry. ”(Sahih Bukhari, Kitab al-Manaqib)

The gist of this aspect of the Sira of the Prophet is to correct people by enduring hardships with wisdom and excellent advice. “Surely this admonition will benefit the believers.” (Al-Dhariyat: 55)

This wisdom requires that instead of handing over the blessings of the love of the Prophet to sentimentality and defaming Islam, one should think of fulfilling its right. In this regard, international diplomatic laws and strategies to implement them are certainly indispensable. The main task is to make the Sira of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) known and to make as many translations of the books of the Sira as possible available to the common man. Above all, our Islamic character as your ummah is a testimony and test of our love for the Prophet. The real answer to the arrogance of the Prophet is the truth of our love for the Prophet.

Then, in the blessed life of Arafat, we also had the field of Arafat in front of us, where he addressed a gathering of about one and a half million Muslims on the occasion of the farewell pilgrimage. They ask the ummah for accountability before the Lord for fulfilling the right of their da’wah and prophethood. The whole assembly is one language. ”We testify that you have fulfilled the right of prophethood. Completed the advice. In the end, he raised his index finger three times and made his Lord a witness to it.

According to the Quran and as a follower of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), all of us Muslims will be accountable for witnessing to God before the people around us for fulfilling this call. What is our preparation?

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