Wednesday, 7 January 2015

How to respond to criticism of Prophet Muhammad p

Sheikh Yasir Qadhi delivers an extremely beneficial lecture which aids us against the Islamophobic hatred on the net. Yasir Qadhi runs through some of the primary modes of attack against Prophet Muhammad (p) whilst giving some examples of the slanders and lies against the Prophet (p). Make this a must listen - it is less than an hour long

For those who want to go a little further than listening to the lecture you can re-upload it and/or spread it via social media networks so other Muslims can benefit from it.

Part 2 by Yasir Birjas can be found here:

Some of the Atttacks Discussed by Yasir Qadhi:

Aisha's marriage to Prophet Muhammad (p)

The story of Zayed-Zainab and Prophet Muhammad (p) marrying Zainab

Accusation of robbing caravans

Accusation of epilepsy

Christian Peter the Venerable's lie of Prophet Muhammad (p) being born in the year 666

Lie of distorting the name 'Muhammad'

Danish Cartoons

William Muir's 'Satanic verses' claim

Let them bark, don't be disheartened

Yasir Qadhi reminds us that Prophets and holy men have been ridiculed and insulted in the past by riff raff. Thus it should not come as a surprise for us to be met by some of the distortions and slanders against the Propet Muhammad. The Sheikh also teaches us that as Muslims we should respond with nobility, academically and intellectually.

May Allah guide us all and send His peace and blessings upon all His Prophets. Ameen

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