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Ramadan 2007 (Seerat-e-Mustufa (S.A.W))



The courage of the Prophet (S.A.W) can be judged from the following statement of the ‘Conqueror of Khaibar’ - Hadrat Ali (R.A), the Lion of Allah (S.W.T).

He (R.A) states, “When fighting in the battle became intense and distinguished and courageous men lost hope in fighting, they would save themselves by coming to stand behind Rasoolullah (S.A.W) who stepped out to face the enemy more than anyone else”.

Hadrat Abdullah bin Umar (R.A) states, “I have never seen anyone more brave, powerful and generous than the Prophet (S.A.W)”. (Zarqaani, Vol. 4, Pg. 293)


Hadrat Abdullah bin Abbas (R.A) states, “The Holy Prophet (S.A.W) was the most generous of people and in Ramadan especially His charity would increase to an extent that He became more beneficial and generous than the winds that take with them the rain clouds”.

Hazrat Jair bin Abdullah (R.A) said, “Never did the Prophet (S.A.W) answer ‘No’ to a person who asked him, no matter how great his request was”. (Shifaa Shareef)

Safwaan bin Umaya (the son of Rasoolullah’s (S.A.W) enemy, Umaya bin Khalf) was once given such a great excess of camels and livestock by Rasoolullah (S.A.W) at a place called Ja’raanah that the valley between its two mountains became filled. He later returned to Makkah and shouted, “O people! Accept Islam, for Muhammad gives so much that there is no fear of poverty after receiving his generosity,” and then accepted Islam. (Zarqaani, Vol. 4)

Once a woman brought a woven piece of cloth to the Prophet (S.A.W) and said, “I have woven this sheet with my own hands for you to wear”. He (S.A.W) accepted it as He was in need of it. He later came out wearing it as a lower garment. Someone said, “How nice it is! Kindly give it to me”. The Prophet (S.A.W) said, “ very well” He remained in our company for some time, then He (S.A.W) went back, folded it and sent it to the man.  (Sahih Al Bukhari)
Rasoolullah’s (S.A.W) generosity wasn’t conditional on anyone asking. He (S.A.W) would shower them with His blessing even without their request.