Muhammad is the last Prophet of the one true God (Allah); the Messenger to all mankind.
Muhammad was the last and final prophet sent by God to all of humanity as a mercy to the creation.
"The Message of Muhammad was, and remains to this day, a message of peace, mercy, and compassion." Bill Baker, Christian scholar.
Muhammad was severely persecuted, but forgave his enemies even when he could exact revenge.
God raised an orphan child from the Arabian desert to be His greatest and last prophet to humanity
Muhammad did pick up arms to defend the weak and to spread peace and justice, yet he dealt fairly with his enemies.
Many of the worst enemies of Muhammad eventually accepted Islam due to his compassion, mercy, and exemplary morals
Muhammad and his followers were forced out of their homes twice, yet he prayed for his enemies and forgave them.
Muhammad was born in Mecca, died and buried in Madina; both cities are in present-day Saudi Arabia
Muhammad was humble, he did not claim to have powers of God; even the miracles he performed, he attributed them to God
The Message of Muhammad: worship the God of Abraham, equality of human beings, women's rights, and social justice
Muhammad was a man of integrity: he never compromised on his principles even in the most perilous situations
Daughter of violent opponent married Muhammad and loved him till his death. Signs of a true prophet of God and man of character
Muhammad was an orphan who could not read or write, got married at 25, became a prophet at 40, and died at 63
Humility of Muhammad: he disliked that people stand up for him
All his children died in his lifetime except one, his enemies united to fight against him, yet Muhammad was the most joyful of people
His uncle was murdered, he was driven out of his homeland, bounty was offered for his assassination, yet Muhammad forgave his enemies.
'The best of you are those who are best to their wives.' - moral teachings of the Prophet Muhammad
'Individuals who challenge society's norms of beauty seem to have better body-image.' Psychologist V. Swami, Univ of Westminster London
The Messenger of Allah said: 'Whenever a Muslim is afflicted by any hardship - whether a stress, an illness, worry, grief, harm, disturbance, or even...