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What were The Fruits of the efforts of Muhammad (PBUH) ?

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Asked by khabardar, 19 Dec '11 11:24 pm
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M od e s t y a n d S i m p l ic i t y H e (pbuh) was the finest embodiment of modesty, and deeply abhorred arrogance and haughti- ness. Almost all of his companions in the early days were poor and oppressed people, as he was the champion of the downtrodden and the defender of the deprived masses. His house was simple and modest, built of clay bricks, palm leaves and trunks. His food was simple like that of the poor, consisting mostly of barley bread. There were occasions when he might skip that meager meal too. He socialized with his companions as one of them: talking, listening, smiling and dis- playing a sense of humor. Sometimes he might join in their laughter to cheer their sprits up. He would visit them when they fell sick or accept an invitation for a meal irrespective of whether the person con- cerned was poor, a slave or any other. In case a companion of his died, he used to participate in the funeral procession, walking alongside the bier. The Holy Prophet of Islam immensely l ...more
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Answered by anil garg, 20 Dec '11 01:58 am

 
  
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Often time's people ask what are the fruits of the prophet Muhammad? So here is a list of the accomplishments and fruits of the blessed prophet Muhammad:



-The prophet Muhammad completely succeeded in his mission of getting rid of the overall pagan religion that had poisoned the Arab Hijazi society. He had taken the society and established order including the elite away from the worst imaginable polytheism, this reprehensible polytheism was replaced by pure monotheism, no longer were the 360 idols being worshiped, no longer was any object or person worshiped alongside the true God, rather all worship became sincerely for God alone.



-The prophet Muhammad succeeded in bringing social reforms to a backward people. These were a people who looked down upon the poor as being worthless, in fact the enemies of the prophet Muhammad used to mock him because most of his followers were from the poor, and the pagans used this as their proof against Islam, saying if Islam was the trut ...more
Answered by truth exposed, 19 Dec '11 11:25 pm

 
  
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