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The Prophet as a Husband
بلادي : ليبيا
الجنس : عدد المساهمات : 114
نقاط : 4282
السٌّمعَة : 2
|موضوع: The Prophet as a Husband الخميس 13 مايو 2010, 02:11|| |
We all read about the life of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in the fields of education, faith, politics, war, or economy but seldom was written or published about his life (PBUH) inside his house and his relationship with his wives. A person well informed about the familial relationships of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) finds out that it included meanings that we desperately miss in our present time. These meanings would contribute to the stability of our homes and marriages. In this article we are giving some examples of Prophet Muhammad's (PBUH) consideration to the feelings of his wives, his appreciation, and manifestation of love.
Calling one's wife with the name she loves most or with a nickname or a musical name is one of the forms of pampering and being kind to one's wife. This can be seen in the life of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) who, in a saying 'Hadith' that is agreed upon by scholars, used to say to his wife ‘A’isha: "O ‘A’ish, this is Gabriel saying peace be upon you.” She replied:” and may peace and Allah’s Mercy and Blessings be upon him. You see what I don’t” (She meant the messenger of Allah (PBUH)
He also used to call ‘A’isha: (Homayraa') a short form of ("Hamraa’) which, according to Ibn Kathir in 'An Nehaya’, means the white skinned woman. Adh-dhahabi also said that "Hamraa'" in the language of the people of 'Hejaz' means white and blushing-a rare feature among them. So Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) used to treat ‘A’isha kindly and call her with lovely names.
From the prophetic traditions ‘A’isha narrated about fasting; Imam Muslim reported that she said: ‘The messenger of Allah (PBUH) used to kiss one of his wives while fasting, and then she laughs, may Allah be pleased with her.
In another prophetic tradition narrated by ‘A’isha, she said that Muhammad (PBUH) said that the best of the believers is the one who is best in manners and kindest to his own wife.
These sayings 'Hadiths' demonstrate how Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) cared for his wives and how well he treated ‘A’isha, May Allah be pleased with her.
One of the forms of cuddling and well treating one's wife is feeding her with one's own hands. Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said: "Whatever you spend is considered charity even the mouthful that you put in your wife's mouth."
Even the food that one feeds his wife with his hands is considered an act of charity that is rewarded by Allah the Almighty and not only an action that guarantees her love and cooperation.
Cuddling and being kind to one's wife has a tremendous emotional effect on her. This action of following the example of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) costs a man nothing and grants him Allah's reward, his wife's love and cooperation. Therefore a man is commanded to cuddle and treat his wife kindly.
A man's nature dictates him a certain way of expressing his feelings that is different from a woman's. A woman expresses her love with words like; I love you, I miss you, I need you, etc. On the other hand, a man expresses love in actions and production and seldom with words. If a man wants to tell his wife that he loves her he buys her something she wants or brings some food and drinks or furniture for their house. According to a man, this is a form of love expression.
The generous Prophet has indeed overcome this negative trait in the nature of men. He used to express his love and passion verbally for Lady ‘A’isha, may Allah be pleased with her, treated her kindly, pampered her, and let his wives hear what they wished from their beloved husband and this is a significant aspect in a man - wife relationship. Ibn Assaker narrated- on the authority of Lady ‘A’isha, May Allah be pleased with her- that she said that the Prophet (PBUH) told her: "Won’t you be pleased to be my wife in this life and in the Hereafter?, I said: “Yes,” he said: “You are my wife in this life and the Hereafter."
Imagine Lady ‘A’isha’s emotions having heard the words that guaranteed her security, love, and peace in this life and in the Hereafter.
Al ‘Aas Ibn Ar Rabee'- the husband of Zainab the daughter of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)- leaves Makkah escaping from Islam. She sends to him to return and embrace Islam. So He sends her a letter, an extract of which is: "By Allah, I don't see your father as an offender and I love nothing more than following the same rout with you dear beloved. However, I hate being said that your husband has let his people down. Would you consider this and pardon me?" The letter demonstrates that Al ‘Aas loved Zainab and wanted to be with her in whatever road. Moreover he hated that people would talk in a way that displeases her. At the end he asks her to consider and pardon him, for the sake of that love Zainab managed to go to him and return with him a Muslim.
Some writers demonstrate the respect of the West to women by giving examples like a husband opening a car’s door to his wife. Although this apparently is respect, yet, a mature person can see many aspects in which a woman is being offended and disrespected in the West. Muslims do not have the issue of man/woman conflict because they believe each one completes the other and that mutual respect is a must.
Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is our example in this. One time during his stay alone in adoration of Allah in the last ten days of Ramadan (observing I’tikaf), his wife Lady Safeya came to visit him and spoke with him for some time, then went to the door. Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) led her to the door to say goodbye. In another narration, he told her: "Do not hurry to leave till I come with you." Her house was at Ussama's and he (PBUH) left with her. Respect is the source of continual love and stability in a family. Therefore we wish that it prevails between a man and his wife.
If spouses treated each other in such way, a marriage would definitely be beautiful. We desperately need to leaf through the life of the Prophet (PBUH) and the Islamic history to discover the most beautiful theories in the art of marriage.
بلادي : ليبيا
الجنس : عدد المساهمات : 114
نقاط : 4282
السٌّمعَة : 2
|موضوع: رد: The Prophet as a Husband الخميس 13 مايو 2010, 02:13|| |
Some critics of Islam, either because they are unaware of the facts or are biased, revile the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), as a self-indulgent libertine.
They accuse him of character failings that are hardly compatible with a person of an average virtue, let alone with the Prophet, whom Muslims believe to be God's last Messenger, and the best model for humanity to emulate.
A simple account of these marriages, which are openly discussed in many biographies and well-authenticated accounts of his sayings and actions, shows that they were part of a most strictly disciplined life, and another burden that he bore as God's last Messenger.
The Prophet entered into these marriages due to his role as the Muslims' leader and guide toward Islamic norms and values. We will explain some of the reasons behind his marriages and demonstrate that the charges are baseless and false.
The Prophet married his first wife, Khadijah, when he was 25 and had not yet been called to his future mission. Given the surrounding cultural environment, not to mention the climate, his youth, and other considerations, it is remarkable that he enjoyed a reputation for perfect chastity, integrity, and trustworthiness.
As soon as he was called to prophethood, he acquired enemies who slandered him. However, none dared to invent something unbelievable. It is important to realize that his life was founded upon chastity and self-discipline from the outset, and remained so.
When he was 25 and in his prime, Prophet Muhammad, married Khadijah, a woman 15 years his senior. For 23 years, the couple lived a life of uninterrupted contentment in perfect fidelity.
In the eighth year of his prophethood, however, Khadijah died and the Prophet had to face raising his children by himself. Even his enemies had to admit that during all these years they could find no flaw in his moral character.
The Prophet took no other wife while Khadijah was alive, although polygyny was socially acceptable. He remarried only after he was 55, an age by which very little real interest and desire for marriage remains. The allegation that these marriages were due to licentiousness or self-indulgence is thus groundless and without merit.
People often ask how a Prophet can be polygamous. There are three points to be made here. But first, let's recognize that those who continually raise such questions are atheists, Christians, or Jews who do not have accurate knowledge of either Islam and religion in general, and so, either deliberately or mistakenly, confuse right with wrong to deceive others and spread doubt.
Jews and Christians who attack the Prophet forget that the great patriarchs of the Hebrew race, named as prophets in the Bible and the Quran and revered by followers of all three faiths as exemplars of moral excellence, all practiced polygyny — and on a far greater scale than Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).
Here we remember the words of Isaac Taylor, who spoke at the Church Congress of England, on how Islam changes the people who accept it:
The virtues which Islam inculcates are temperance, cleanliness, chastity, justice, fortitude, courage, benevolence, hospitality, veracity and resignation.... Islam preaches a practical brotherhood, the social equality of all Muslims. Slavery is not part of the creed of Islam. Polygyny is a more difficult question. Moses did not prohibit it. It was practiced by David and it is not directly forbidden in the New Testament. Muhammad limited the unbounded license of polygyny. It is the exception rather than the rule.
Polygyny did not originate with the Muslims. Furthermore, in the case of the Prophet, from the viewpoint of its function within the mission of prophethood, polygyny had far more significance than people generally realize.
In a sense, polygyny was a necessity for the Prophet for through it he established the statutes and norms of Muslim family law. Religion cannot be excluded from private spousal relations or from matters known only by one's spouse.
Therefore, there must be women who can give clear instruction and advice, rather than hints and innuendoes, so that everything is understood. These chaste and virtuous women conveyed and explained the norms and rules governing Muslim private life.
Since these women were of all ages, the Islamic requirements and norms could be portrayed in relation to their different life stages and experiences. These provisions were learned and applied within the Prophet's household first, and then passed on to other Muslims by his wives.
Each wife was from a different clan or tribe. This allowed the Prophet, to establish bonds of kinship and affinity throughout the community. As a result, a profound attachment to him spread among many diverse people, thereby creating and securing equality, brotherhood, and sisterhood in a most practical way and on the basis of religion.
Each wife, both during the Prophet's life and after his death, was of great benefit and service to Islam. Each one conveyed and interpreted his message to her clan: all of the outer and inner experiences, qualities, manners, and faith of the man whose life, in all its public and intimate details, embodied the Quran.
In this way, all clan members learned about the Quran, Hadith, tafsir (interpretation and commentary on the Qur'an), and fiqh (understanding of the Islamic law), and so became fully aware of Islam's essence and spirit.
Polygyny also allowed Prophet Muhammad to establish ties of kinship throughout Arabia . As a result, he was free to move and be accepted as a member in each family, for their members regarded him as one of their own.
Given such a relationship, they were not shy to ask him directly about the affairs of this life and the Hereafter. The tribes also benefited collectively from this proximity, considered themselves fortunate, and took pride in that relationship. Some of these tribes were the Umayyads (through Umm Habibah), the Hashimites (through Zainab bint Jahsh), and the Banu Makhzum (through Umm Salama).
What we have said so far is general and could, in some respects, be true of all Prophets. In the second part we will discuss the lives of the Prophet's wives, known to Muslims as the mothers of the believers, not in the order of the marriages but in a different perspective.
الجنس : عدد المساهمات : 172
نقاط : 4303
السٌّمعَة : 4
تاريخ الميلاد : 05/01/1979
|موضوع: رد: The Prophet as a Husband الخميس 13 مايو 2010, 10:08|| |
انشاء الله خير الشباب مسكتة كلها
لكن أنا بنقول انا فوضت الصحراء في الرد على هذا الموضوع
واللي شيخ شيخ مايندم فيه فـ قول ورد وزيده ياصحراء وهذا هو الكلام الصحيح .
بلادي : سبها
الجنس : عدد المساهمات : 63
نقاط : 4097
السٌّمعَة : 1
تاريخ الميلاد : 07/06/1974
|موضوع: رد: The Prophet as a Husband الخميس 13 مايو 2010, 11:40|| |
الباين اخونا الصحراء عنده اجانب واجد
|ابو مالك البوسيفي|
عدد المساهمات : 394
نقاط : 4592
السٌّمعَة : 8
|موضوع: رد: The Prophet as a Husband الثلاثاء 18 مايو 2010, 17:04|| |
الله ايبرك فيكم كأن الموضوع علي الزواج وكيف كان الرسول صلى الله عليه وسلم
لكن اللغةلدي بكل بلهونه وما فهمت الي القليل
ياريت نفهمو منه اذا كان فيه فايده كبيره
والله يحفظكم وينصركم وييسر أمركم
The Prophet as a Husband