Attitudes towards His Wives He was extremely kind and fair towards his wives. If on occasion any one of them failed to comport herself with due deference...
Tag - Prophethood – Muhammad (wives of)
Final part on the life of Hazrat Safiyyahra, the noble Jewish woman who was enslaved during a defensive war, freed by the Prophetsa, and became one of the...
From the Life and Character of the Seal of Prophets – Volume II
A noble Jewish woman becomes one of the greatest servants of Islam.
Chapter 9 continues in our exclusive serialisation of the epic biography – prior to its release as a book.
The relationship of deep love and affection between 'A'ishah (ra) and Muhammad (sa)
An unfortunate incident is analysed, which proved to be an extremely stern trial for 'A'ishah (ra)
Part 1 on the life of Hazrat 'A'ishah (ra), who is said to have taught half the faith of Islam through her narrations of the Holy Prophet (sa)
The life sketch of the Holy Prophet's (sa) second wife. We continue our series on the wives of the Prophet (sa).
We continue with Chapter VI. Why is polygamy permitted in Islam? And why did the Prophet Muhammad (sa) marry numerous wives?
Hazrat Khadijah Al-Kubra(ra) – The First of the Muslims
The Life and Character of the Seal of Prophets Volume II, Chapter VI
The Holy Prophet(saw)’s marriage to Hadhrat Sauda(ra) and Hadhrat ‘A’ishah(ra) examined.
Who were the first converts to Islam, what was the actual procedure of becoming a Muslim and what were the key beliefs held by those who accepted the message...
The encounter between the Angel Gabriel and the Holy Prophet(saw) at the cave Hira when he was first informed of his divine mission, and the acceptance of the...
The story of Zaid, the Prophet(saw)’s slave who became like a son to him, and the Prophet(saw)’s retreat to the Cave Hira where his prophethood began.
The Prophet’s first marriage, to Khadijah(ra), and his key role in the reconstruction of the Ka‘bah.
A glance at the affectionate and loving relationship that existed between Hadhrat ‘A’ishah(ra) and her husband,the Prophet of Islam(saw).
This article analyses conflicting reports surrounding Hadhrat ‘A'ishah’s age at the time of her marriage to the Holy Prophet(saw).
An insight into the unshakeable and all-consuming love that the Holy Prophet(saw) had for Allah.
The rights of women in Islam and their role in shaping society.
A critical review of a novel allegedly based on the history of the life of Hadhrat ‘A'ishah(ra).
Story of how a young Makkan turned from a hostile enemy of Islam to the second Caliph of Islam, and a humble servant of his people. How his leadership inspired...
English rendering of an address by the Head of the worldwide Ahmadiyya community, Mirza Masroor Ahmad, given at the Annual Lajna Imaillah UK 2006 Ijtima...
The kind and equal treatment of the Holy Prophet(sa) to his wives sets an excellent example for all married couples.
Review of Religions: September 2001 35 The third Caliph of Islam was the pious Uthman ibn Aflan(ra) who was elected by a select committee of Companions of the...
Some objections against the Pardah system refuted