The name of the Prophet
person - (muh-HAM-mud) (570 - 632 CE) Prophet of Islam, who received the word of God in a series of divine revalations from the year 611 until his death. The verses received by Muhammad are compiled in the Qur'an, while his interpretations of them are compiled as the hadith.
(mu HAH mad) The Prophet Muhammad, born in Makkah [Mecca] in present day Saudi Arabia in 570 CE, is viewed by Muslims as the supreme model for humanity. An Arab and a descendant of Abraham, he received the divine revelations of Allah contained in the Muslim scriptures, the Holy Qu'ran [Koran], over a period of twenty-three years.
Muslims believe that Muhammad (570-632) is the final prophet in a series of many others before him (beginning with Adam and continuing through Noah, Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac Jacob, Joseph, Job, Moses, Solomon, David, Jesus, and finally, Muhammad). God revealed to him the holy Qur'an through the archangel Gabriel. Muslims do not worship Muhammad, but view him as the last in a long chain of prophets who came to guide mankind to true wisdom and understanding of God, the world, and our place as humans within it.
Arab peacemaker, mystic, founder of Islam 570-632.
SAW) The last prophet to be sent by Allah, to whom the Qur'an was revealed.
( pbuh) Praised. Name of the final Prophet ( pbuh).
(c.570â€“632), also Mohammad, Mohammed, Muhammed, and sometimes Mahomet, is believed by Muslims to be God's final prophet sent to guide all humans with the message of Islam.
(c.570-632AD) Prophet and founder of Islam, born in Mecca on the Arabian peninsula. The Qur'an was revealed to him by God. Fled from persecution to Medina in 622AD. Last in the line of prophets including Adam, Moses, Abraham and Jesus
In Islam, the prophet who received the last revelation from God.
Muhammed/The prophet or messenger from God
leader of Black Muslims who campaigned for independence for Black Americans (1897-1975)
the Arab prophet who founded Islam (570-632)
is the Last of the Messengers of Allah to mankind.
the last of the prophets, the prophet of Islam.
The last Prophet of Allah, who was sent the Quran 1,400 years ago.
(PBUH), the final Messenger of Allah.
Preferred over Mohammed for the founder and chief prophet of the Muslim religion, also known as Islam.
The Last Prophet, the Last Messenger.
The Prophet of Islam and Revealer of the Qur'an. Born August A.D. 570. Declared His Mission A.D. 613. Fled to Medina A.D. 622. See Some Answered Questions, pp. 22-29. Foretold by Moses, Deut. 18:15; by St John the Divine, Rev 11 (see Some Answered Questions, p. 53 ff.).
Muhammad (peace be upon him), the last Messenger of God.
The last Messenger of God to humanity. He was the last of the Prophets in a line which included such great prophets as Abraham, Noah, Moses, Jesus( pbut). No new Prophets or Messengers will ever be sent to humanity. Muhammad( SAW) was a direct descendant of Abraham( pbuh).
Muhammad was an ordinary man, who at the age of 40 began to receive instruction from Allah via His angel Jibreel (Gabriel). During the next 20 and more years, he received and wrote down the words of the Qur'an, Allah's final revelation to mankind. Muhammad was just one of the prophets used by Allah to instruct humans, but he was the last and the 'seal of the prophets', completing the line of prophecy and divine communication. Muslims do not worship Muhammad, but they are grateful and full of awe for his work in bringing them the final word of Allah. His life and sayings have been collected and also form holy books (the Sunna and the Hadith) that are part of the basis for Islamic law.
moo-hum-mud]: The prophet and righteous person believed by Muslims to be the final messenger of God, whose predecessors are believed to include the Prophets Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, David, Jesus and others. Born in 570 C.E., Muhammad grew up to become a well-respected member of Makkan society. In 610 C.E., he received the first of many revelations that would eventually form the content of the Qurâ€(tm)an. Soon after this initial event, he was conferred prophethood and began calling people to righteousness and belief in One God. Muhammad died in 632 C.E., after successfully (re)establishing the religion known as Islam and providing Muslims with a model for ideal human behavior.
The founder of Islam. Muhammad was born in the Arabian city of Mecca. His prophetic career started when he was about 40 years old. After an initial period in which only his family knew of his religious experiences, he started a public career in Mecca as a prophet and reformer. He moved from Mecca to Medina in 622. The record of Muhammad's life and prophetic activity is found only partly in the Quran.
(570CE - 632CE) according to Islam, the last and most important of a long line of Prophets
(570-632 CE) the "Seal," i.e., the final prophet, of Islam. Never thought of as the "founder" of Islam, he is regarded as the human channel through whom God revealed and produced the Quran.
Prophet of Islam; born c. 570 to Banu Hashim clan of Quraysh tribe in Mecca; raised by father's family; received revelations from Allah in 610 c.e. and thereafter; died in 632. (p. 277)
Muhammad ( ; also Mohammed, Mohamet, and other variantsTurkish: Muhammed; for the Arabic pronunciation. Welch, noting the frequency of Muhammad being called as "Al-Amin"(Arabic: Ø§Ù„Ø§Ù…ÙŠÙ† ), a common Arab name, suggests the possibility of "Al-Amin" being Muhammad's given name as it is a masculine form from the same root as his mother's name, A'mina. cf. "Muhammad", Encyclopedia of Islam Online; The sources frequently say that he, in his youth, was called with the nickname "Al-Amin" meaning "Honest, Truthful" cf.
Muhammad is a common anglicized spelling of the Arabic given name, written in Arabic script as Ù…ØÙ…Ø¯ (M-á¸¤-M-D, read from left to right).
Up to today two films are produced about Muhammad, the prophet of Islam.