Ramlah bint abi sufyan biography of martin
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Besides the Mothers of the believers, the compiler of the book has included the description of those sixteen women who had been given the good News of the Paradise in this world by the Prophet Muhammad S. Although the original book is in the Urdu language but the efforts of the translator had made it more beneficial for the readers. Zakat and almsthe men and the women who observe Saum fast the obligatory fasting during the month of Ramadan, and the optional Nawafi fastingthe men and the women who guard their chastity from illegal sexual acts and the men and the women who remember Allah much with their hearts and tongues.
Allah has prepared for them forgiveness and a great reward i.
All praises are due to Allah the Almighty, the Lord of all that exists. Darussalam is pleased to present this valuable book, 'Great Women of Islam, who were given the good News of Paradise'. It was compiled in the Urdu language by a great scholar and a compiler of Islamic books, Mahmood Ahmad Ghadanfar, and translated by our Islamic sister Jamila Muhammad Qawi. They unleashed the full fury of their persecution against them to such a degree that life in Makkah became unbearable.
In the fifth year of his mission, the Prophet, peace be on him, gave permission to the Muslims to migrate to Abyssinia.
Ramlah, her little daughter Habibah, and her husband were among those who left. They therefore send messengers to the Negus to seek their extradition.
The messengers tried to poison the mind of the Negus against the Muslims but after examining the Muslims beliefs and listening to the Qur'an being recited, the Negus concluded:.
He also announced his determination to protect the Muslim muhaajireen. The long journey on the road of hardship and tribulation had finally led to the oasis of serenity.
So Umm Habibah felt. He was in a most perilous situation. She woke up, frightened.
But she did not wish to tell her husband or anyone else what she had seen. What a terrible blow!
Ramlah's sense of peace was shattered. She made the choice that she considered was the most pleasing to God. She divorced her husband who lived only a short while after becoming a Christian.
Umm Habibah stayed in Abyssinia for about ten years. Towards the end of this time, relief and happiness came. She also returned what I had given her before. On the following day, she came to me with aloes, wars, and ambergris, and many ziyad.
This purity of faith transformed her into another person during the time of her confrontation with polytheism. It is as if she was in a battlefield. Her weapon was the word of the truth that served like a sharp and stern sword. She feared no harm or difficulty, even with her closest relation.
The first thing Abu Sufiyan did when he arrived at Madeenah was that he headed for the apartment of his daughter, Umm Habeebah who he had not seen for many years. She coldly received him. She answered resolutely, sincerely and courageously, without being influenced by any family sentiment:.
H e then left of her apartment. What Umm Habeebah had just done was just like what had happened in the battle of Badr; an encounter between father and son, a man and his brother and members of the same kith and kin.Ramla bint Abi Sufyan
Such examples show that the bond of faith and the glory of Islaam are more sublime and stronger. For such He has written faith in their hearts, and strengthened them with Rooh [proofs, lightandd true guidance] from Himself. And He will admit them to gardens [Paradise] under which rivers flow to dwell therein [forever].
Allah is pleased with them, and they with Him.
They are the Party of Allah. Verily, it is the party of Allah that will be successful.
There are more similar examples in which Islaam was the deciding factor between these confrontations. Indeed, there is a lesson in this for those who are wise and there is, surely, in that a reminder for whoever has a heart or who listens while his mind is present.
The marriage ceremony took place in Abyssinia even though Muhammad was not present. Ramla chose Khalid ibn Said as her legal guardian at the ceremony.
The Negus read out the Khutba himself, and Khalid ibn Said made a speech in reply. The Negus gave Khalid a dower of dinars and hosted a huge wedding feast after the ceremony. He also sent musk and ambergris to the bride through the slave Abraha.
The Negus then arranged to send all thirty of the remaining immigrant Muslims back to Arabia.