Seerah

Every Muslim child needs to understand and learn who our prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was and what his (peace be upon him) esteem rank in Islam. Muslims parents and families unfortunately are becoming more and more alienated about the Prophet of Islam.

Over the 7 years period a child will spend at LMA, they will cover in depth detailed biography about our most beloved Prophet (peace be upon him). The following will be taught:

  • Concerning praise of him and his numerous excellent qualities
  • Allah's describing him as a witness, and the praise and honour entailed by that
  • Concerning Allah's kindness and gentleness to him
  • Concerning Allah's swearing by his immense worth
  • Concerning Allah's oath to confirm his place with Him
  • Concerning Allah's addressing the Prophet with compassion and generosity
  • Concerning Allah's praise of him and his numerous excellent qualities
  • Concerning Allah instructing His creation to say the prayer on the Prophet, His protecting him and removing the punishment because of him
  • Concerning the marks of honour given to the Prophet in Sura al-Fath
  • How Allah, in His Mighty Book, demonstrates the honour in which He holds him and his position with Him and other things which Allah gave him

  • His physical attributes
  • His cleanliness
  • His intellect, eloquence and the acuteness of his faculties
  • His eloquence and sound Arabic
  • The nobility of his lineage, the honour of his birthplace and the place where he was brought up
  • His state regarding the necessary actions of daily life
  • Marriage and things connected to it
  • Things connected to money and goods
  • His praiseworthy qualities
  • His intellect
  • His forbearance, long-suffering and pardon
  • His generosity and liberality
  • His courage and bravery
  • His modesty and lowering the glance
  • His good companionship, good manners and good nature
  • His compassion and mercy
  • His integrity, probity in contracts and maintaining ties of kinship
  • His humility
  • His justice, trustworthiness, decency and truthfulness
  • His sedateness, silence, deliberation, manly virtue and excellent conduct
  • His abstinence regarding the things of this world
  • His fear of Allah, obedience and intensity of worship
  • The qualities of the Prophets
  • The hadith of al-Hasan from Ibn AbiHala on the Prophet's qualities

  • His place
  • The miracle of the Night Journey
  • The reality of the Night Journey
  • Refutation of those who say it was a dream
  • His vision of His Lord
  • His conversing intimately with Allah
  • His proximity and nearness
  • His preceding people on the Day of Rising
  • His being singled out for Allah's love and close friendship
  • His being given Intercession and "the Praiseworthy Station"
  • Allah's giving mediation, high degree, and Kawthar to him in the Garden
  • The hadiths related about the prohibition of disparity between the Prophets
  • His names and their excellence
  • Allah honouring the Prophet with some of His own Beautiful Names and describing him with some of His own Sublime Qualities
  • Recapitulation of the qualities of the Creator and the creature

  • Prophethood and Messengership
  • The meaning of miracles (mu'jizat)
  • On the inimitability of the Qur'an
  • The inimitability of the Qur'an's composition and style
  • Information about unseen things
  • The reports of past generations and departed nations
  • The challenge to the Arabs and their incapacity to respondand informing them that they would not be able to do so
  • The terror aroused by hearing the Qur'an and the awe itinspires in people's hearts
  • The Qur'an's remaining throughout time
  • Other aspects of the Qur'an's inimitability
  • The splitting of the moon and holding back the sun
  • On water flowing from the Prophet's fingers andincreasing by his Baraka
  • His causing water to flow by his baraka
  • Making food abundant by his baraka and supplication
  • On the tree speaking and its testifying to his prophethood and its answering his call
  • The story of the yearning of the palm-trunk
  • Similar incidents with inanimate things
  • Signs in connection with various animals 
  • Bringing the dead to life, their speaking, infants and suckling children speaking and testifying to his prophethood
  • On healing the sick and those with infirmities
  • On the Prophet's supplication being answered
  • On his karamat and barakat and things beings transformed for him when he touched them
  • On the Prophet's knowledge of the unseen and future events
  • Allah's protecting the Prophet from people and His being enough for him against those who injured him
  • His knowledges and sciences
  • Reports of the Prophet's dealings with the angels and jinn
  • Reports about his attributes and the signs of his messengership
  • What is related about his birth

  • The obligation to believe in him, obey him and follow his sunna
  • The obligation to believe in him
  • The obligation to obey him
  • The obligation to follow him and obey his Sunna
  • What is related from the Salaf and the Imams aboutfollowing his Sunna, taking his guidance and the Sira
  • The danger of opposing his command

  • Concerning the necessity of loving him
  • On the reward for loving the Prophet
  • On what is related from the Salaf and the Imams abouttheir love for the Prophet and their yearning for him
  • The signs of love for the Prophet
  • On the meaning and reality of love for the Prophet
  • The obligation of nasiha for the Prophet

  • Ayats in the Qur'an on this subject
  • On the esteem, respect and veneration due to him
  • Respect and esteem for the Prophet after his death
  • On the esteem of the Salaf for the transmission of the hadiths of the Messenger of Allah
  • Devotion to his family, descendants and wives
  • Respect for his Companions, devotion to them and recognising what is due to them
  • Esteem for the the things and places connected with the Prophet

  • The meaning of the prayer on the Prophet
  • The judgement about the prayer on the Prophet
  • On the situations in which it is recommended to say the prayer on the Prophet
  • Concerning the manner of doing the prayer on the Prophet and asking for peace for him
  • On the excellence of the prayer on the Prophet, asking for peace for him and supplication for him
  • Censure of those who do not bless the Prophet and their wrong action
  • On the Prophet's being singled out by having the prayer on him revealed to him
  • The dispute about praying on other than the Prophet and the other Prophets
  • Concerning the visit to the Prophet's grave, the excellence of those who visit it and how he should be greeted
  • The adab of entering the Mosque of the Prophet and its excellence and the excellence of Madina and Makka

  • Concerning the belief of the heart of the Prophet from the moment of his prophethood
  • The protection of the Prophets from defects before prophethood
  • The Prophet's knowledge of the affairs of this world
  • Protection from Shaytan
  • The truthfulness of the Prophet in all states
  • Refutation of certain suspicions
  • His state in connection with reports concerning this world
  • Refutation of certain objections
  • The Prophets' protection from outrageous and grave wrong actions
  • The Prophets' protection from acts of rebellion before they were Prophets
  • Oversight and forgetfulness in respect of actions
  • Discussion of the hadiths on the Prophet's oversight
  • The refutation of those who say that small wrong actions are permissible for the Prophet and an examination of their arguments
  • The state of the Prophets in their fear and asking forgiveness
  • The benefit of the sections investigating the Prophet's protection from wrong action
  • On the protection of the angels

    • The state of the Prophets in relation to the human condition
    • His state in relation to sorcery
    • The Prophet's states in respect of worldly matters
    • The Prophet's judgements
    • The Prophet's reports relating to this world
    • The hadith of the Prophet's will
    • Study of other hadiths
    • The Prophet's actions in this world
    • The wisdom contained in the illnesses and afflictions of the Prophets
    • The Judgement of the Shari'a regarding someone whocurses or disparages the Prophet
    • The proof of the necessity of killing anyone who cursesthe Prophet or finds fault with him
    • The reasons why the Prophet pardoned some of those who harmed him
    • The judgment regarding someone who maligns theProphet without deliberation or really believing what he has said
    • Is someone who says such things an unbeliever or an apostate?
    • The judgement regarding words that could be construed to be a curse
    • The judgement on someone who describes himself with one of the attributes of the Prophets
    • The judgement regarding someone who quotes such words from someone else
    • The states of the Prophet which can be mentioned for the sake of instruction
    • The necessary adab when mentioning reports about the Prophet
  • The statements and opinions on the judgement of someone who curses or disparages the Prophet
  • The judgement on an apostate if he repents
  • The judgement on the apostate whose apostasy is not established
  • The judgement regarding the dhimmi regarding this matter
  • Regarding the inheritance of someone who is killed for cursing the Prophet, and whether one washes him and says the funeral prayer over him
  • The judgement on someone who curses Allah and the judgement regarding asking him to repent
  • The judgement about ascribing to Allah something that does not befit Him through ijtihad and error
  • Verification of the statement about considering faulty interpreters to be unbelievers
  • Clarification of which statements amount to disbelief, what one hesitates about or is disputed and what does not amount to disbelief
  • The judgement on adhimmi who curses Allah
  • The judgement on anyone who claims divinity or uttersfalsehoods and lies about Allah
  • The judgment on the one who unintentionally countersthe majesty of his Lord by disreputable words and foolish expressions
  • The judgement on the one who curses the Prophets in general and the angels
  • Judgement in relation to the Qur'an
  • The judgement on the one who curses the People ofthe House, the Prophet's wives and the Companions

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