The Jamal Event: A Battle without an Enemy

The vacuum left by the departure of her soul mate grew with the passing years; the dynamism of youth, the ambition and fire gave way to maturity over the years, passing through the sieve of this absence, leaving behind the sediment of an anger that gathered slowly. The fuel, which was to be turned into a great fire by circumstances, was loaded upon Aisha.

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Medina Surrenders to Sedition

Rebellious crowds numbering between 600-1000 men Egypt, Kufa and Basra. Supposedly they had set out for the pilgrimage, but these caravans were in league with one another.

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Uthman: Rule of Benignity

One day the Prophet of Allah (pbuh) was resting at home with his dear wife Aisha. Prophet Muhammad was trying to cool himself Mecca's unbearable heat by slightly lifting his long gown leaving his legs bare.

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An Election in Medina

The masjid of the Prophet experiences a hectic day and hosts guests who have come distant lands. Nobody wants to leave the town without hearing the result. All the Muslims have awoken in Medina to a critical day...

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Umar: Grace within the Caliphate – II

Here we will examine Caliph Umar's rule of grace, which became the peak of Islamic history and civilization. We seek the traces of his transition a heart that did not shake while burying his daughter alive into a heart that sought a cure for the wounds of...

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Umar: Grace within the Caliphate

The sacred city of two religions with holy-scriptures, Jerusalem is under siege. Giving direction to world history up to that time, the Jews, Romans and Byzantines, respectively, governed this city as ancient as the history it glorified.

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A Few Long Moments in the Prophet’s Mosque

It was not yet dawn in Medina, the capital for the last ten years of land stretching Tripoli in the west to Kirman in the east. While Muslims removed the sleep their eyes with ablution, the muadhen was calling people to salvation with the morning adhan (call to prayer).

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Being the Breath of the Prophet

The Arabian Peninsula was choking in a suffocating smoke. The fire had become enflamed in three or four blind corners of this desert geography which had found life with the Prophet's breath; the dense smoke spread over every oasis, valley and...

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Fire in the Arabian Peninsula

Experiencing a serious uncertainty and panic with the loss of the Prophet, like "sheep caught during the night in a downpour of rain," the Muslims gathered together before long under the guidance of Abu Bakr "whom Allah had freed hell."

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Search for the Abandoned City

The Messenger of Allah passed away; Medina lost its miracle, friend and leader. The physical absence of the Prophet (pbuh) hit the city that revelation had expanded like a fist. The mourning city that had sent its greatest beloved to eternity was lamenting...

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