The Prophet’s conduct with his wife Sawdah: The issue of divorce

Abstract: With their efforts to malign the Prophet of Islam having failed on the oft-discussed issues, the critics now pick on lesser known aspects of his life. One such issue is about the Prophet’s conduct with his wife Sawdah. It is alleged that the Prophet divorced her after years of marriage solely because of her advancing age. This paper critically analyzes the available information and shows how the revocable divorce pronounced by the Prophet was meant only to bring out some practical lessons for the Muslim community. It also shows that the Prophet continued to show his love and affection for Sawdah even after the said incident.

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Meanings and Significance of the Hadith about Creation on Weekdays


Detailed discussion on the meanings and significance of the hadith about creation on weekdays reported in Sahih Muslim. The paper concludes that the hadith neither contradicts Qur'an nor explains the Six-yawm creation account. Moreover, it does not clash with any of the established modern scientific findings. And that the purpose of the hadith is simply to give a lesson in beliefs about the Almighty.

Hadith about height of Adam and later generations explained

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم الحمد لله وحده و الصلاة و السلام على من لا نبي بعده و على آله و أصحابه أجمعين
Here is a brief response to two objections on hadith for allegedly contradicting historical and related information; i.e. Adam's height of 60 cubits and about relation between the height of successive human generations.

True Meanings of the Hadith, "tell him to bite his father's genitals"


بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم الحمد لله وحده و الصلاة و السلام على من لا نبي بعده و على آله و أصحابه أجمعين
Contextual and linguistic explanation of the hadith with the phrase usually translated as "tell him to bite his father's penis."

The reason Abu Bakr used strong words about a pagan deity


 بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم الحمد لله وحده و الصلاة و السلام على من لا نبي بعده و على آله و أصحابه أجمعين
Abu Bakr responded to the representative of pagans of Makkah with strong wording. Missionary critics of Islam like Sam Shamoun and David Wood ignore the context and use it to convey that Muslims attacked religious beliefs of others for no reason. Here is a detailed exclusive response to the misleading propaganda. Yes, Abu Bakr did say what is reported but he was perfectly justified in doing so.

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