Tag: Seerah

Abdullah Ibn Zib’ari The Poet

The Claim critics is that Abdullah ibn Zib’ari was on the list to be killed for writing insulting poems about the Prophet. However, Islamic scholar Allama Shibli goes into detail refuting this false story attributed to the Prophet (p): PROCLAIMED CULPRITS Chroniclers name ten persons, who, notwithstanding the general amnesty granted to the Meccans, were declared… Read More ›

Huwayrith Ibn Nafidh (or Nuqayth – Naqidh)

Or Huwairith ibn Nukaidh ibn Bujar ibn Abd ibn Kusai Huwayrith ibn Nafidh was another killed by the order of Prophet Muhammad (p). It is reported in Ibn Hisham’s footnotes (804) that one of his crimes was that he abused the two daughters of Makkah when they were leaving Makkah. 804. Al-Abbas had put Fatima… Read More ›

Sarah The Poet – Seerah

It is claimed by critics that Mohammad (p) wanted Sarah to be killed because she verbally abused him. However, as we have documented before using authentic Hadith, these allegations hold no weight whatsoever. The Prophet’s wife Aisha in a number of Hadith attests that Mohammad (p) never took personal revenge for his own self. Narrated… Read More ›

Story Of Fartana The Poet

It is alleged by critics that when Prophet Muhammad (p) conquered Makkah, he ordered the killing of a slave girl because she was “reciting insulting poems” about Mohammad. He (p) in turn ordered that she be killed. Scholar, Shaykh Allama Shibli Numani goes into detail on this, showing that the story of Fartana being killed… Read More ›