Mecca

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In the name of Allah, the most Beneficent, the most Merciful 

All Praise is due to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds, the (One Who) Sustains the Heavens and Earths, Director of all that is created, who sent the Messengers (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon all of them) to rational beings, to guide them and explain the religious laws to them with clear proofs and undeniable arguments. We praise Him for all of His bounties. We ask Him to increase His Grace and Generosity. We bear witness that there is none worthy of worship except Allah alone, who has no partner, the One, Who Subdues, the Generous, the Forgiving. We bear witness that our leader Muhammad is His servant and Messenger, His beloved and dear one, the best of all creation. He was honoured with the Glorious Qur’an that has been an enduring miracle throughout the years. He was also sent with his guiding Sunnah that shows the way for those who seek guidance. Our leader Muhammad has been particularised with the characteristic of eloquent and pithy speech, and simplicity and ease in the religion. May the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, the other Prophets and Messengers, all of their families and the rest of the righteous.

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This month we will enter the month of Rabi-ul-Awwal. For Muslims around the world, this month carries immense significance and importance. For those who are not familiar with this term, Rabi-ul-Awwal is the third month of the Islamic calendar, after Muharram and Safar. It is the birth month of Prophet Muhammad SAW; the last Prophet and Messenger of Allah (SWT).

Rabi ul Awwal is named as such because before the Prophet Muhammad SAW was born, people were living in a state of ignorance and darkness. They were engaged in worshipping different deities. The people were deviating from the path of Allah (SWT). As the Prophet Muhammad SAW was born, he brought with him the Message of Truth, the Message of Allah (SWT), and Oneness of Allah (SWT). This message led the people towards the path of enlightenment, helping them distinguish between right and wrong. Therefore, the month signifies more regard in that sense.

We all know that Prophet Muhammad SAW is the epitome of perfection. He is the role model chosen for us by Allah (SWT) and we are to follow his Sunnah (Hadith) in order to lead an ideal lifestyle which is not only defined to us by religion but is in fact beneficial for all mankind if we were to follow it.

“There has certainly been for you in the Messenger of Allah an excellent pattern for anyone whose hope is in Allah and the Last Day and [who] remembers Allah often.” (Surah Ahzaab:21)

“Maulud Nabi Mekah” is a collection specially made to commemorate the life of our Prophet Muhammad SAW; the last Prophet and Messenger of Allah (SWT). Muhammad was born around the year 570 CE to the Banu Hashim clan of the Quraysh tribe, one of Mecca’s prominent families. Since then the world has not seen the likes of Him in every regard and the study of human history shows that there have been none better than Him before Him as well. The key factor that brings reverence and respect to Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in both the Islamic and the non-Islamic circles is His character. He was the best in character and He also said about in one of His hadiths in the following way:

“God has sent me to perfect good manners and to do good deeds.” (Bukhari) 

The lines below discuss some major character traits of Prophet (PBUH) that every Muslim should spread as much as possible.

  • All For The Sake Of Allah: Prophet Muhammad SAW as selfless as a person could be in life. All his undertakings and motives were just to fulfill the order of Allah and He did not undertake any action out of His personal desire and will. He lived everyday of His life for the sake of Allah and everything which He did was for the Almighty. The extent of His selflessness can be seen from the example of His preaching in the valley of Taif, where people lead naughty children to throw stones at Him while He was preaching. He had to run for His life and He was all covered in blood. But still He did not complain to Allah about Him, rather one of His companions narrates: “The Prophet Muhammad SAW resembled a Prophet who was harmed by His people. He wiped the blood from His face and said: ‘O God! Forgive my people, for they know not.” (Bukhari)
  • Mannerism: Prophet Muhammad SAW was the epitome of good manners. Every action that He undertook in life represented the highest morals and manners that a person could exhibit. He was an Ideal being in terms of manners and ethics, the likes of which the world has not seen. As one of His companions notes about His manners: “The Prophet (PBUH) did not swear at anyone, nor was He rude, nor did He curse anyone. If He desired to reprimand someone, He would say: “What is wrong with him, may dust be cast in his face.” (Bukhari)
  • Peace Lover: The religion Islam itself is peace and Prophet was a lover of peace. He wanted people to live in harmony and always encouraged people to resolve their differences by opting for peace, instead of going for violence. In one of His hadith the Prophet said: “Let us go to resolve the situation and make peace between them.” (Bukhari)
  • Generosity: He was the most generous person there could ever be. He preferred others over Himself and always fulfilled the needs of anyone who came to Him to ask for something. One of His companions notes: “The Prophet Muhammad SAW did not refuse to give anything which He had to someone if he asked for it.” (Bukhari)
  • Modesty: He was the modest of all and never encouraged any kind of vulgarity, rather He was bashful and strongly encouraged modesty in His followers. In one of His hadiths, He said: “Modesty is a part of teachings of the previous Prophets and anyone who lacks it is most likely to do whatever he likes.” (Reported by Abdullah ibn Maslamah)

 

This scarf features Kaabah, a building at the center of Islam’s most important mosque, the Masjid al-Haram in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. It is the most sacred site in Islam. It is considered by Muslims to be the Bayt Allah  ’House of God’ and is the qibla, direction of prayer for Muslims around the world when performing salah. In early Islam, Muslims faced in the general direction of Jerusalem as the qibla in their prayers before changing the direction to face the Kaaba, believed by Muslims to be a result of a Quranic verse revelation to Muhammad.

Muhammad was involved with a well-known story about setting the Black Stone in place in the wall of the Kaaba in 605 CE. The Black Stone, a sacred object, had been removed to facilitate renovations to the Kaaba. The leaders of Mecca could not agree on which clan should have the honor of setting the Black Stone back in its place. They agreed to wait for the next man to come through the gate and ask him to choose. That man was the 35-year-old Muhammad, five years before his first revelation. He asked for a cloth and put the Black Stone in its center. The clan leaders held the corners of the cloth and together carried the Black Stone to the right spot; then Muhammad set the stone in place, satisfying all who were present.

Learning about the life of our beloved Prophet Muhammad SAW is a very important part of being Muslim. We should strive to follow his example. By investing time into discovering more about him, Allah will reward us and we will also not feel lost in this world. We will learn to cope with our struggles with more strength as our Prophet Muhammad SAW faced a lot of struggle in his life. Allah says in the Qur’an:

“Indeed in the Messenger of Allah (Muhammad SAW) you have a good example to follow for him who hopes in (the Meeting with) Allah and the Last Day and remembers Allah much.” (Qur’an 33:21)

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  •  Material: Premium Satin
  •  Finishing: Baby Hem
  •  Label: Normal
  •  Size: 68 inch x 26 inch
  • Comes with a Premium Omera Scarf Box, Thank you Card

 

Wash & Care:

  • Hand wash is advisable
  • Do not soak

 

Opacity Level: 5

  • Level 1: Totally see-through that needs an inner to cover the neck.
  • Level 2: See-through that might need an inner to cover the neck depending on the colour.
  • Level 3: Semi see-through that needs a double layer to cover the neck.
  • Level 4: Almost opaque and does not need a double layer to cover the neck.
  • Level 5: Totally opaque.

 

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