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Prophet Muhammad Al-Quran For Teachers

Updated on October 25, 2015

Prophet Muhammad Al-Quran For Teachers

Prophet Muhammad Al-Quran For Teachers

2. Period Period Mecca

i. Prophet Muhammad Al-Quran For Teachers

Most holy book the Quran was revealed in Mecca; Imam as-Suyuti sign up detailed sequence of the chapters of the Quran dropped.22 can act as a guide for people who are upset with proven life idol worshiper will always dissatisfied, which was originally developed to oppression against people Muslim causes them to make contact with the Prophet Muhammad.

The first person outside the family lineage of the Prophet Muhammad who converted to Islam was Abu Bakr. Prophet Muhammad encouraged to convert to Islam by reciting some verses of the Qur'an.23

Then Abu Bakr brought closest friends to the Prophet Muhammad, like `Uthman bin 'Aff-an,` Abdur-Rahman bin' Auf, Azzubair bin al-'Awwam, Talha, and Sa'd bin Abi Waqqas. Prophet Muhammad introduced the new religion by reciting AIQur'an and that causes them to enter Islam.24

Abu 'Ubaidah, Abu Salama, `Abdullah ibn al-Arqam and' Uthman bin Maz'zun the Prophet Muhammad inquired about the happenings of Islam. Prophet Muhammad explained by reading the Koran and then they receive Islam.25

When 'Utba bin Rabi'a went to the Prophet Muhammad brought a petition on behalf of the Quraish, offering an appeal with the hope that he can leave his mission, the Prophet Muhammad patiently waited until he answered and then said, "Now listen to my speech," and then he read a few sentences in response to the offer them.26

Some Christians from Ethiopia visited the Prophet Muhammad to Mecca to ask about Islam. He explained to them by reading the Qur'an, and they go Islam.27

As'ad bin Zurara and Dhakwan away from Medina to Mecca found 'Utba bin Rabi'a of competition honors when they heard the news of the Prophet Muhammad. They have been reading and listening to the Qur'an, and finally got Islam.28

During the pilgrimage the Prophet Muhammad met a delegation from Medina. He explained the five pillars of Islam and read some verses of the Qur'an. It all makes Islam.29

At the allegiance of the second Aqabah Prophet Muhammad, again, reading the Qur'an 30

Prophet Muhammad read to Suwayd bin Samit in Mekah.31

'Lyas bin Mu'adh towards Mecca look for an alliance with the Quraysh forces. Prophet Muhammad came and recited AI-Qur'an.32

Rafi bin Malik al-Ansari was the first to bring Sarah Yusufke Madinah.33

Prophet Muhammad taught at three companions about Sarah Yunus, Taha, and Hal-ATA for berurutan.34

Ibn Um Maktoum met the Prophet Muhammad asking him to recite the Qur'an.35

ii. The Friends For Teachers

Ibn Ma'ud is the first of a friend who teaches the Koran in Mekah.36

Khabbab AI-Qur'an teaches at Fatima (sister of 'Umar bin Khattab) and her husband, Sa'id bin Zaid.37

Mus'ab bin 'Umair was sent by the Prophet Muhammad to Medina as a tutor Al-Qur'an.38

iii. Results on the Mecca Education Policy

Current educational activities in Mecca runs without can- prevented despite facing obstacles and suffering imposed by force of society; assertiveness is convincing evidence of their attachments and references to the Book of Allah. The friends always instill verses in their tribes beyond the valley of Mecca that can strengthen the growth of Islam before he migrated to Medina. Here are some examples of what they do:

When the Prophet Mohammad came to Madinah, he was introduced to Zaid bin Thabit, eleven-year-old son who has to memorize as many as sixteen Sarah Al-Qur'an.39

Barra explained that he had known all Sarah al-Mufassal (al-Mufassal consists of Sarah al-Qaf to finish the whole Quran) before Prophet Muhammad to Madinah.40

The main root of the teachings of the Quran grew into the mosques where the sound reverberates through the wall wall AI-Qur'an is recited before the Prophet Muhammad lived in Medina. According to al-Waqidi, the first mosque to be blessed recitation of the Qur'an is the mosque of Zuraiq41


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