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  1. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (S) is the last of the divine prophets. After His Eminence, no other prophet is going to be sent by God. The Prophet of Islam, from the beginning of his mission, introduced himself as the seal of the prophets and was accepted by the Muslims as such. The subject of finality of prophethood in the Islamic milieu is considered to be an important matter and it is not in need of evidence. Finality is mentioned in the Holy Quran as well as books of traditions. It is mentioned in Quran that: مَا كَانَ مُحَمَّدٌ أَبَآ أَحَدٍ مِّن رِّجَالِكُمْ وَلَكِن رَّسُولَ اللَّهِ وَخَاتَمَ النَّبِيِّينَ وَكَانَ اللَّهُ بِكُلِ‏ّ شَىْ‏ءٍ عَلِيماً “Muhammad is not the father of any of your men, but he is the Apostle of Allah and the Last of the prophets; and Allah is cognizant of all things.” (33:40) If the Arabic word of KH-T-M is recited with vowel ‘I’ on ‘T”, as some reciters have done this, it would imply one who ends something; thus it clearly shows that The Holy Prophet Muhammad (S) is the last of the prophets. But if it is recited with the vowel ‘A’ on ‘T’ it denotes a thing with which something ends. Ring and seal are also called as such, because they are placed at the end of a letter and indicate the end of it. According to the second possibility also, it is concluded from the verse that the Holy Prophet (S) is the last prophet, because he is introduced as a seal, which has come at the end of the letter of prophethood. Therefore, no other prophet is to appear after him. Thus the finality of the Prophet of Islam is nicely concluded from the above verse as the Muslims of the early period of Islam also understood it in this meaning and did not have any doubt in the finality of the prophethood of His Eminence. Other verses also exist in this regard, but there is no need to mention them here. A large number of traditions also exist with regard to finality of prophethood and some of them are mentioned below: Saad Ibn Abi Waqqas has narrated from his father that the Messenger of Allah (S) said to Imam Ali (a.s.): You are to me as Harun was to Musa (a.s.), except that there is no prophet after me.1 The above tradition is known as “the tradition of position” (Hadith Manzila) and is recorded in Shia and Sunni books through various channels and it proves that no other prophet is to come after the Prophet of Islam. It is narrated from Abu Huraira that he said: The Messenger of Allah (S) said: I have been sent for all the people of the world and prophethood has ended with me.2 Abu Amama has narrated from the Holy Prophet (S) that he said: O people, no prophet is to come after me and there is no nation (Ummah) after you. So worship Allah, perform the five daily ritual prayers, observe the fasts of the month of Ramadan, perform the Hajj of Kaaba and pay the Zakat of your wealth, so that your selves are purified. Also obey the ones who are vested with authority among you so that you may enter Paradise.3 Amirul Momineen (a.s.) said: Almighty Allah sent the Holy Prophet (S) at a time when no prophet existed on the earth and there was a time gap between them and discord had developed among the people. Thus by sending him, He ended prophethood and revelation came to an end.4 It is concluded from his tradition and others like it that The Holy Prophet Muhammad (S) is the seal of prophets and that after him no other prophet came and nor any prophet is going to come. It was also stated previously that the Prophet of Islam, at the beginning of his mission, introduced himself as the seal of prophets and all those who accepted his prophethood they also accepted the finality of his prophethood. Therefore no separate evidence is required to prove the finality of the Prophet of Islam 1. Sahih Muslim, Vol. 4, Pg. 1870. 2. At-Tabaqatul Kubra, Vol. 1, Pg. 192. 3. Wasailush Shia, Vol. 1, Pg. 23. 4. Nahjul Balagha, Sermon 129.
  2. As of its unique type, Great Prophet Mohammed Association organized a third lecture in the campus of California State University, Chico entitled “Prophet Mohammed and Islamic Sharia.” Imam Sayed Mustafa Al Qazwini was chosen to present this lecture based on his Islamic background knowing that he is the religious leader of Islamic Educational Center of Orang County. The lecture took a place in the auditorium where more than 200 persons of different ages attended the lecture. A large proportion of the attendees heard about the lecture from the activity that the members of the association performed where they were giving the public a tag with the details about the lecture attached to a rose and in the back of the tag is a quote about Prophet Mohammed talking about peace and love. Imam Sayed Mustafa Al Qazwini talked in the lecture about what the Americans think about the Islamic Sharia and clarified some of the misunderstood points. He also confirmed that Prophet Mohammed’s message is based primarily on peace and mercy. He also talked about freedom and human rights in Islam. The lecture lasted for an hour and fifteen minutes and the last thirty minutes were assigned to a Q and A session followed by a draw on 18 books written by Sayed Al Qazwini. The lecture has been arranged by GPM Association. The association is considered as a student orgnaization in California State University, Chico.
  3. salams brothers and sisters, I was wondering why do we as shiaa do latmiyat? Today a sunni brother asked me this today and i really didnt have a complete answer? He also said "why are you adding this to the religion of islam if Prophet Mohammad because there was no latimyat during the time of the prophet" So if you can please answer this very thorough that would be great and much appreciated. thank you Hamza
  4. I was listening to a lecture about how the prophet communicate with people of there type or related to them in someway to convert them or to show the person the true path. Anyways the hadith goes something around these lines, one day the prophet was walking and a famous wrestler of the city came to prophet and said, "If you beat me in a wrestling match i will convert to Islam". So the prophet said "ok". So they wrestler 1,2,3, times and the wrestler was shocked that the prophet beat him in wrestling. So in the end the wrestler ended up converting to islam. The moral of this story was the prophet came to his level of intellect by wrestling him. Did anyone ever hear of this hadith? And was this one of the ways prophet Mohammad converted people?
  5. This is so beautiful, I cried and i suggest you watch it.
  6. Is ahul bayt mention in the Quran anywhere?? Also what are the verses? Are the Imams mention anywhere in there Quran/hadith? thanks Hamza
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