An excerpt of Prophet’s Last Speech is presented in the image at the end of the post.
About Prophet Muhammad
Prophet Muhammad (Sallalahu Alayhi Wasallam), peace be upon him, holds a central and revered position in Islam as the final messenger and Prophet of Allah. Born in the city of Mecca in Arabia in the year 570 CE, he received divine revelations over a period of 23 years, which became the basis of the Islamic faith. Muslims regard Prophet Muhammad as the epitome of exemplary character, morality, and righteousness.
His life serves as a profound source of guidance and inspiration for Muslims worldwide. Prophet Muhammad was known for his unwavering devotion to Allah, his kindness and compassion towards all people, and his commitment to justice and peace. He demonstrated impeccable integrity in his personal and public life, earning the trust and respect of his companions and followers. His teachings, known as the Hadith, provide guidance on various aspects of life, including faith, worship, ethics, and social conduct.
Prophet Muhammad’s mission was not limited to the Arabian Peninsula but extended to all of humanity. His message emphasized monotheism, the worship of one God (Allah), and the importance of living a righteous and purposeful life. Muslims revere Prophet Muhammad as the seal of the Prophets, the final link in the chain of divine messengers, and the embodiment of mercy and guidance for all of mankind. His life and teachings continue to shape and influence the beliefs and practices of Muslims around the world, serving as a beacon of light and guidance for generations to come.
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