Who is Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W)?

Who is Muhammad (S.A.W)?

Who is Muhammad (S.A.W)? Hazrat Muhammad (S.A.W) is the last prophet sent by Allah on earth. He was born in 571 C.E in Makkah. The last Holy book revealed on Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W). He the last messenger of Allah Almighty. Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) is viewed as one of the best men on the earth. As He (S.A.W) said in one of his Hadith:  “God has sent me to consummate great habits and to carry out beneficial things.” (Bukhari).

When Hazrat Muhammad (S.A.W) was born then Muslims are few in numbers. After he spreads the message of Allah many people convert to Islam and bend towards him and Allah. When he starts spreading the message of ALLAH, people make fun of him that there is no ALLAH, but Muhammad (S.A.W) continues his work and makes people convert to ISLAM. Many people converted to ISLAM after the beautiful message conveys by Hazrat Muhammad (S.A.W). We Muslims follow the ways of Hazrat Muhammad (S.A.W) which we called Sunnah.

Prophet (S.A.W) censured prejudice and tribalism. Prejudice will demolish social orders that’s why our beloved Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) aforesaid in His last sermon that “All humans are from Adam, an Arab has no prevalence over a non-Arab, nor a non-Arab has predominance over Arab, in addition, a white has no prevalence over dark, nor a dark has predominance over white except devotion and nice deeds”.


Allah’s Messenger (S.A.W) was empathic towards everyone. He (S.A.W) pardoned His adversaries and treated them fine. In any event, once the people of the city created the offspring of their neighborhood to ridicule Him and toss stones at Him, He (S.A.W) prayed to God for them: “The Prophet (S.A.W) took after a Prophet who was hurt by His kin. He (S.A.W) cleaned the blood from His face and stated: ‘O God! Excuse my kin, for they know not!” (Bukhari)

Social Reforms

Prophet Muhammad’s (SAW) life instructs us to be moderate in our life. As we as a whole understand that abundance of everything is awful, that’s the reason it’s essential to do everything with some restraint. What’s additional, this can be one thing we will gain from the Seerah of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW). we want to try and do social equity-like He (SAW) did in his life. He (SAW) advised for social changes on various levels, as well as gender and racial balance, strict chance, and obligatory instruction for all Muslims.