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who is the prophet mohammad?

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Submitted by mohammad (Egypt), Feb 19, 2006 at 18:14

greeting to all people all over the world,,,iam muslim and my religion order me to communicate with otherswho is the prophet mohammad

I would like to mention some of his charcter to proof that islam not spread by force and mention by mind and thinking,,In his holy character we see a most sagacious man who said with unmatched tolerance, "Go! You are all free!" to his worst enemies, whom he could easily eradicate from the face of the earth when he conquered Mecca, and who had hated him, rejected his call, displayed insolent arrogance towards his religion, stood and fought against him, killed his beloved Companions, deformed the dead body of his dear martyred uncle, Hamzah, and even eaten his holy liver with incredible wild rancor.

One day, he went to At-Taif, a town near Mecca, in order to call its people to Allah and His Religion. But he (PBUH) was met with rejection, mockery, denial and even injury; and people there incited their fools and young children, who abused him hurled him with stones. And when he (PBUH) was forced to take refuge in a safe place with his feet bleeding, he looked up towards the heavens and invoked his Lord eagerly, "If You are not angry with me, I care not." In other words, he (PBUH) did not fear pain or torture so long as his Lord was pleased with him. Then suddenly, he realized that a true sincere lover should not be distracted by the rapture of sacrifice from seeking to be well and healthy. So he went on invoking, "But Your (providing me with) health and well-being seems bette to me...this is mohammad this is the islam..thanks for reading
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