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How It All Began
Nearly four thousand years ago, in the Sumerian town
of Ur in the valley of the river Euphrates, lived a young man
named Abraham.

The people of Ur had once worshipped Allah but as time
passed they forgot the true religion and started praying to idols,
statues made of wood or clay and sometimes even of
precious stones.
Even as a small child Abraham could not understand
how his people, and especially his father, could make these
images with their own hands, call them gods,
and then worship them. He had always refused to join his
people when they paid respect to these statues. He would
leave town to sit alone and think about heavens and the
worlds around him..
He was sure his people were doing wrong and so alone
he searched for the right way.
One clear night as he sat staring at the sky he saw a beautiful
shining star, so beautiful that he cried out: 'This must
be Allah!' He looked at it in awe for some time,
until suddenly it began to fade and then it disappeared.
He turned away in disappointment saying:
I not things that set. (Koran vi.77)


On another night Abraham was again looking at the sky
and he saw the rising moon, so big and bright that he
felt he could almost touch it.
He thought to himself:
This is my Lord. (Koran vi.78) But it was not long before
the moon set as well.
Then he said, Unless my Lord guides me, I surely shall
become one of the folk who are astray. (Koran vi.78)
Abraham then saw the beauty and splendor of the sunrise
and decided that the sun must be the biggest and most
powerful thing in the universe.
But for the third time he was wrong,
for the sun set at the end of the day.
It was then that he realized that Allah is the Most Powerful,
the Creator of the stars, the moon, the sun, the earth and
of all living things. Suddenly he felt himself totally
at peace, because he knew that he had found the Truth.

When he said unto his father and his folk: What do you
worship?
They said: We worship idols,
and are ever devoted to them.

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افتراضي رد: بالانجليزية .. سيرة النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم

He said: Do they hear you when you cry?
Or do they benefit or harm you?
They said: Nay, but we found our fathers acting
in this manner.
He said: See now that which you worship, You and
your forefathers! Lo! they are (all) an enemy to me,
except the Lord of the Worlds. Who created me,
and He guides me, And Who feeds me and waters me.
And when I sicken, then He heals me. And Who causes me
to die, then gives me life (again) And Who, I ardently hope,
will forgive me my sin on the Day of judgement.
(Koran xxvi.70-82)

One day, while all the townspeople were out, Abraham
angrily smashed all the idols with his right hand except for
one which was very large. When the people
returned they were furious.
They remembered the things Abraham had said about
the idols. They had him brought forth before everyone
and demanded, 'Is it you who did this to our gods,
0 Abraham?' Abraham replied, "But this their chief did it.
Ask them, if they are able to speak".
The people exclaimed,
"'You know they do not speak".

' 'Do you worship what you yourselves have carved
when Allah created you and what you make?' Abraham continued,
'Do you worship instead of Allah that which cannot profit
you at all, nor harm you?'
(Koran xxxvii.95-6)(Koran xxi.66)

Finally, Abraham warned them, Serve Allah, and keep
your duty unto Him; that is better for you if you did but know.
You serve instead of Allah only idols, and you only invent
a lie. Lo! those whom you serve instead of Allah own no
provision for you. So seek your provision from Allah,
and serve Him, and give thanks unto Him, (for) unto Him
you will be brought back.(Koran xxix. 16-17)

The people of Ur decided to give Abraham the worst
punishment they could find: he was to be burnt to death.
On the chosen day all the people gathered in the centre
of the city and even the King of Ur was there. Abraham
was then placed inside a special building filled with wood.
The wood was lit. Soon the fire became so strong
that the people were pushed back by the flames.

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افتراضي رد: بالانجليزية .. سيرة النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم


But Allah said: "O fire, be coolness and peace
for Abraham". (Koran xxi.69)
The people waited until the fire had completely died down,

and it was then that they saw Abraham still sitting there
as though nothing had happened! At that moment
they were utterly confused.

They were not, however, moved by the miracle that had
just happened before their very eyes.

Still Abraham tried to persuade his own dear father,
who was named Azar, not to worship powerless,
un-seeing, un-hearing statues. Abraham explained
that special knowledge had come to him and implored his
father, 'So follow me and I will lead you on the right path.
0 my father! Don't serve the Devil.' But Azar would
not listen.
He threatened his son with stoning if he continued to
reject the gods of Ur.
He ordered Abraham to leave the city with these words:
'Depart from me a long while.' Abraham said, 'Peace be
upon you! I shall ask my Lord's forgiveness for you.
Surely He was ever gracious to me.
' (Koran xix.43-7)
Imagine how terrible it must have been for him
to leave his home,

his family and all that he knew, and set out across the

wilderness into the unknown. But at the same time,
how could he have remained among people who did
not believe in Allah and who worshipped statues?
Abraham always had a sense that Allah cared for him
and he felt Allah near him as he traveled.
At last, after a long hard journey, he arrived at a place by
the Mediterranean Sea, not far from Egypt.
There he married a noble woman by the name of Sarah
and settled in the land of Palestine. Many years passed but
Abraham and his wife were not blessed with any children.
In the hope that there would be a child, and in keeping
with tradition, Sarah suggested that Abraham should
marry Hagar, her Egyptian handmaid. Soon after this
took place, Hagar had a little boy named Ishmael.
Some time later Allah promised Abraham another son,
but this time the mother of the child would be his first wife,
Sarah. This second son would be called Isaac. Allah also
told Abraham that from his two sons-Ishmael and Isaac-two
nations and three religions would be founded and because
of this he must take Hagar and Ishmael away from
Palestine to a new land
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افتراضي رد: بالانجليزية .. سيرة النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم


These events were an important part of Allah's plan,
for the descendants of Ishmael would form a nation
from which would come a great Prophet, who would guide
the people in the way of Allah.
This was to be Muhammad (pbuh), the Messenger
of Allah (pbuh).
From the descendants of Sarah's child, Isaac, would
come Moses and Jesus.
So it was that Abraham, Hagar, and Ishmael left Palestine.

They traveled for many days until finally they reached the
arid valley of Bacca ( later to be called Mecca), which was
on one of the great caravan routes. There was no water
in the valley and although Hagar and Ishmael only had
a small supply of water left, Abraham left them there
knowing Allah would take care of them. Soon all the water
was gone. The child began to grow weak from thirst.
There were two hills nearby, one called Safa and the
other Marwah. Hagar went up one hill and looked into
the distance to see if she could find any water,

but found none. So she went to the other hill and did

the same. She did this seven times. Then sadly she
returned to her son, and to her great surprise and joy
she found a spring of water bubbling out of the earth
near him. This spring, near which the mother and child
settled, was later called Zamzam. The area around it
became a place of rest for the caravans travelling
across the desert and in time grew into the
famous trading city of Mecca.

From time to time Abraham traveled from Palestine
to visit his family and he saw Ishmael grow into a strong
young man. It was during one of these visits that Allah
commanded them to rebuild the Ka'bah-the very first
place where people had worshipped Allah. They were
told exactly where and how to build it. It was to be
erected by the well of Zamzam and built in the shape of a cube.
In its eastern corner was to be placed a black stone
that had fallen to earth from heaven. An angel brought
the stone to them from the nearby
hill of Abu Qubays.


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Abraham and Ishmael worked hard to rebuild the
Ka'bah and as they did so they prayed to Allah
to send a Prophet from among their descendants.
And when Abraham and Ishmael were raising
the foundations of the House, (Abraham prayed):
'Our Lord! Receive this from us;
Thou, only Thou, art the All-hearing, the All-knowing;
Our Lord! And make us submissive unto Thee and
of our seed a nation submissive unto Thee, and show
us our ways of worship, and turn toward us. Lo!
Thou, only Thou, art the Relenting, the Merciful.
Our Lord! And raise up in their midst a messenger
from among them who shall recite unto them
Thy revelations, and shall instruct them in the Scripture
and in wisdom and shall make them grow. Lo! Thou,
only Thou, art the Mighty, Wise. (Koran ii.127-9)
When the Ka'bah was completed, Allah commanded
Abraham to call mankind to pilgrimage to His Holy House.

Abraham wondered how anyone could hear his call.
Allah said, 'You call and I will bring them.' This was
how the pilgrimage to the Ka'bah in Mecca was
established and when Muslims make the pilgrimage
today they continue to answer the age-old
call of Abraham.

The Children Of Ishmael
Over the years Ishmael's children themselves

had children. His descendants increased and formed
tribes which spread out all over Arabia.
One of these tribes was called Quraysh. Its people
never moved away from Mecca and always lived
near the Ka'bah.
One of the duties of the leader of Quraysh was to look
after those who came on pilgrimage to the Ka'bah.
The pilgrims would come from all over Arabia
and it was a great honor to provide them with
food and water.

As time passed, however, the Arabs stopped

worshipping Allah directly and started bringing
idols back with them from the different countries
they visited.
These idols were placed at the Ka'bah,
which was no longer regarded as the Sanctuary
of Allah, as Abraham had intended it. It was, however,
still respected by the Arabs. Around this time the
well of Zamzam disappeared beneath the sand.

Also at this time, Qusayy, one of the leaders of Quraysh,

ruler over Mecca. He held the keys of the temple and
had the right to give water to the pilgrims, to feed them,
to take charge of meetings, and to hand out war banners
before battle.
It was also in his house that Quraysh settled
their affairs.

After Qusayy's death, his son 'Abdu Manaf, who had
become famous during his father's lifetime, took over
the leadership of Quraysh. After him came his son Hashim.
It is said that Hashim was the first to begin the two
great caravan journeys of Quraysh, one in the
summer to Syria and the north, and one in the winter
to Yemen and the south. As a result, Mecca grew rich
and became a large and important
centre of trade



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