Pearl of Wisdom

'There are three kinds of people who will be the closest to Allah on the Day of Resurrection, until all are judged. They are: a person whose power when he is angered does not allow him to wrong those he has power over; a person who walks between two people and is not biased to either one of them, not even by the width of a small hair; and the person who speaks the truth, whether it be for or against him.'

Imam Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sadiq [as]
al-Khisal, p. 81, no. 5

Article Source

We acknowledge that the below reference for providing the original file containing the 'Peace Struggles'. They are

  • Ayatullah Ja'far Subhani
  • Sayed Ali Asgher Razwy
  • Abdul Malik Ibn Husham
  • Mustafa Al Babi Al Halabi
  • Tabaqat - Volume II
  • Seerah ibn Hisham - Volume II

The files you find here are NOT IN the Public domain, and the copy rights of the files still remain with the above authors

Our Partners

Receive Qul Updates

Name:
Email:
Library » Peace Struggles
Peace Struggles

The Messenger of God, Prophet Muhammad (saw), had to partake in a series of Jihad or Struggles in the defense of Islam from his new home in Medina. Those battles in which he led the army of Islam in person, are called "Ghazwa" and those expeditions which he sent out from Medina under the command of any one of his companions, are called "Sariyya".

The Prophet (saw) roughly launched 80 campaigns during the ten years from his migration in the A.D. 622 to his death in A.D. 632. Below we attempt to cover some of the major events that shaped the Islamic Ummah and it's key personalities.

   Display # 
# Article Title
1 Battle of Badr
2 Battle of Uhud
3 Battle of Khandaq / Ahzab
4 Battle of Tabuk
5 Battle of Hunayn
6 Battle of Jamal
7 Battle of Siffin
8 Battle of Nahrawan
9 Battle of Karbala
 
Copyright © 2017 Qul. All Rights Reserved.
Developed by B19 Design.