Mecca, Saudi Arabia
How was Muhammad Ali's childhood?
Childhood and Early Career. At an early age, Muhammad Ali showed that he wasn't afraid of any bout — inside or outside of the ring. At the age of 12, Ali discovered his talent for boxing through an odd twist of fate. His bike was stolen, and Ali told a police officer, Joe Martin, that he wanted to beat up the thief.
In 632 AD, on June 8, Muhammad became very sick. Before he died, he told his followers about his death. He is buried in the chamber of his wife Aisha (RA) in Medina, where the Masjid al-Nabawi (Mosque of the Prophet) is.
Muhammad's first revelation. Muhammad's first revelation was an event described in Islam as taking place in 610 AD, during which the Islamic prophet, Muhammad was visited by the Angel Jibril Gabriel, who revealed to him the beginnings of what would later become the Quran.
Muhammad (Arabic: ?) is the primary transliteration of the Arabic given name, ?, from the triconsonantal root of Hamad; Praise that comes from the Arabic passive participle and triconsonantal root of ?-M-D (Praise); hence Praised, or praiseworthy It is the name of the Islamic prophet.
Muhammad. The Arab founder of Islam, Muhammad is held by Muslims to be the chief prophet of God. He was born in Mecca (see also Mecca). Muslims believe that the Koran was dictated to him by an angel sent from God.
Muhammad is believed by Muslims to be the last prophet sent by God (Allah) According to Muslims, God sent prophets to mankind to teach them how to live according to His law. Jesus (Isa), Moses (Musa) and Abraham (Ibrahim) are other respected prophets. The Muslim holy book is called the Qur'an.
Muhammad is traditionally said to have been born in 570 in Mecca and to have died in 632 in Medina, where he had been forced to emigrate to with his adherents in 622.
At a small gathering attended in Saqifah a companion of Muhammad, Abu Bakr, was nominated to lead the community. Others supported him, and Abu Bakr became the first caliph.
The general consensus amongst scholars is that he was 63 Hijri years, based on this Hadith in Bukhari (Book 61 Hadith 45): Narrated `Aisha: The Prophet (?) died when he was sixty three years old.
Muhammad's first marriage was at the age of 25 to the 40-year-old Khadijah. He was married to one woman until the age of 50, after which he is believed to have had multiple wives for the four reasons explained above. With the exception of Aisha, Muhammad only married widows and divorced women or captives.
Abdullah ibn Abdul-Muttalib (/æbˈd?l?/; Arabic: ? ? ? ?) (c.546–570) was the father of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. He was the son of Abdul-Muttalib ibn Hashim and of Fatimah bint Amr of the Makhzum clan. He was married to Āminah bint Wahb.
The Prophet Muhammad. Muslims believe that Islam is a faith that has always existed and that it was gradually revealed to humanity by a number of prophets, but the final and complete revelation of the faith was made through the Prophet Muhammad in the 7th century CE.
He married Arwā Umm Jamīl bint Harb, sister of Abu Sufyān (Sakhr), whose father ?arb was chief of the Umayya clan. Their children included Utbah, Utaybah, Muattab, Durrah (Fakhita), 'Uzzā and Khālida. Abu Lahab had another son, also named Durrah, who may have been borne by another woman.
Abu Talib was an uncle of the Islamic Nabī (Arabic: ?, Prophet) Muhammad, and father of the Rashid Caliph Ali, who is also regarded as the first Shi'ite Imam. There is a great debate among Muslim scholars on whether he died a Muslim or a non-Muslim.
Hamza was martyred in the Battle of Uhud on 22 March 625 (3 Shawwal 3 hijri) when he was 59 (lunar) years old. He was standing in front of Muhammad, fighting with two swords and shouting, "I am Allah's lion!" Jubayr ibn Mut'im bribed the Abyssinian slave Wahshi ibn Harb with a promise of manumission if he killed Hamza.
Bilal ibn Rabah (Arabic: ? ? ?; 580–640 AD) also known as Bilal al-Habashi, Bilal ibn Riyah, and ibn Rabah), was one of the most trusted and loyal Sahabah (companions) of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. He was born in Mecca and is considered as the first muezzin, chosen by Muhammad himself.
Hamza (also spelled as Hamzah, Hamzeh or Humza; Arabic: ?, standardized transliteration is ?amzah) is a masculine given name in the Muslim world, derived from the Arabic word ?amuza, meaning strong or steadfast.
Hamza (Arabic: ?, hamzah) (?) is a letter in the Arabic alphabet, representing the glottal stop [?]. Hamza is not one of the 28 "full" letters and owes its existence to historical inconsistencies in the standard writing system. It is derived from the Arabic letter 'ayn.
The Hamsa Hand is an ancient Middle Eastern amulet symbolizing the Hand of God. In all faiths it is a protective sign. It brings its owner happiness, luck, health, and good fortune. The hamsa hand has a wide variety of different spellings which includes hamesh, hamsa, chamsa, and khamsa.
The prophet had a total of 11 wives. Khadijah was the first wife of the prophet. He was 25 and she was 40 when she proposed. They were married for 23 years until Khadijah's death.
It began when Muhammad was in the Great Mosque, and the Archangel Jibrīl (or Jibrāʾīl, Gabriel) came to him, and brought Buraq, the traditional heavenly steed of the prophets. Buraq carried Muhammad to al-Aqsa Mosque, the "Farthest Mosque", in Jerusalem.