Aricatures in cartoons recently published in Denmark have caused great distress in the Muslim world. However, it is all too obvious that the figures pictured in these caricatures are the artists themselves.
A number of caricatures reflecting the dark mindsets that support violence, drawn by artists with Darwinist and materialist views, have been published by a joint decision of the British and French Masonic Lodges’ Supreme Councils.
The caricatures in question are actually a camouflage for the dark and murky worlds of certain atheists, representing only a visible part of the dark, wide-ranging moves that Global Freemasonry has initiated against Muslims. People need to know that the most effective—and permanent—solution to such attacks is a joint struggle against Darwinism and materialism.
Our Prophet (saas) possessed such superior moral values, and communicated the message of Islam—a religion of peace, love and brotherhood—that it is impossible to equate him with caricatures of this kind. Like the other messengers sent by God—such as Prophets Abraham, Moses and Jesus (peace be upon them all)—our Prophet (saas) was a superior, benign and exceptionally beautiful individual.
All Muslims are aware of this fact and all publications of this kind are totally in vain. Clearly, atheistic materialism can never overcome Islam by such cheap means.
The consequences of daring to mock the prophets are revealed thus in the Qur'an:
Messengers before you were also mocked, but those who jeered were engulfed by what they mocked. (Qur'an, 6:10)
The external appearance of Prophet Muhammad (saas) was full of the beauties of creation. The companions of our Prophet (saas) have handed down many details of the outward physical beauty manifested in this blessed individual by God—from the majestic dignity that so impressed those who saw him to the light in his peerless countenance, from his dignified posture to his serene laughter.
Some of the outward features of Prophet Muhammad (saas), sent as a moral role model to all humanity, are set out below.
You can find comprehensive information on this subject in the book The Prophet Muhammad (saas) written by Harun Yahya and available on the website: www.theprophetmuhammad.org
Mahmud Celaleddin. A calligraphic inscription in the celi thuluth script containing an Arabic couplet reading "Muhammad is a man, but not like all men. He is as a ruby among stones."
1. The Matchless Appearance of Our Prophet (saas)
Narrated by Ibrahim b. Muhammad (ra), one of the grandchildren of Ali:“. . . One who strove to convey his superior traits and impressive qualities simply confessed his impotence and incompetence in describing him by stating that he has never before him or after him seen anyone comparable to him. May God's salat (prayer, prayer made to our Prophet, asking God for forgiveness, God’s mercy, establishing prayer) and peace be upon him.”
2. The Beauty of Our Prophet (saas)
His companions described the beauty of the Prophet (saas) in these terms:“The Prophet (saas) had a most handsome constitution. Some likened the beauty of his smile to that of the full moon . . . His nose was thin . . . His face was smooth . . . His beard was thick . . . His neck was most beautiful . . . If the rays of the Sun fell on his neck, it appeared like a cup of silver mixed with gold . . . The expanse between his shoulders was wide.”
3. The Majesty of Our Prophet (saas)
Narrated by Hasan:“Our Messenger of God was, by nature, imposing and magnificent.”
4. The Radiant Face of Our Prophet (saas)
Anas bin Malik (ra) says:“The Prophet (saas) was neither tall nor short. He was handsome. His hair was neither delicate nor curly. On the other hand, the color the face of Mubarak (upon whom Divine goodness is bestowed, one who is given abundantly, the Beneficial, the Auspicious), was of a splendorous white.”
5. The Powerful Body of Our Prophet (saas)
“His neck was most beautiful, neither long, nor short. If the rays of the Sun fell on his neck, it appeared like a cup of silver mixed with gold. His chest was broad. It was even like a mirror and white like the moonlight... His shoulders were wide. His palms were softer than wool.”
6. The Stature of Our Prophet (saas):
Baraa bin Aazib (ra) relates:“I never saw someone more handsome than the Messenger of God. His hair reached his shoulders. The portion between his two shoulders was wide. He was neither very tall nor very short.”
7. The Beautiful Eyes of Our Prophet (saas):
Abu Huraira (ra) describes him:“His forehead was wide, and the place between his eyebrows was bright like pure silver, and his eyes were very beautiful and his eyes’ pupils were black. The hairs of his eyelashes were profuse . . . ”
8. The Complexion of Our Prophet (saas):
Abu Huraira (ra) reports:“He was reddish-white . . .”
Aisha (ra) reports:“The blessed hair of The Messenger of God (saas) was longer than those that reached the earlobes, and shorter than those that reached the shoulders.”
10. The Beard of Our Prophet (saas):
“He had a thick, dense beard.”
Who could do greater wrong than those who invent lies against Allah? Such people will be arrayed before their Lord and the witnesses will say, 'Those are the ones who lied against their Lord.' Yes indeed! Allah's curse is on the wrongdoers, (SurahHud:18)
11. The Beautiful Mouth of Our Prophet (saas):
“His teeth were as white as pearls and bright, and the light gleamed from his front teeth as he spoke. When he laughed, it was as if his mouth gave off rays like soft lightning . . .”
12. The Manner of Dress of Our Prophet (saas):
Jundub ibn Makith (ra) said:“Whenever a delegation came to meet the Messenger of God, he would wear his best clothes and order his leading companions to do likewise.”
Another hadith relates:“You are going to visit your brothers, so repair your saddles and make sure that you are dressed well.”
13. The Manner of Sitting of Our Prophet (saas):
Qaylah bint Makhramah (ra) reports:“I saw the Messenger of God (saas) in the mosque (in a very humble posture) sitting. Due to his awe-inspiring personality, I began shivering.”
14. The Manner of Speaking of Our Prophet (saas):
“The Prophet (saas) was the greatest of the Arabs in oratory and beauty of speech. He said: ‘I am the greatest orator among the Arabs.’”
15. The Smiling Face of Our Prophet (saas):
As recalled by Ali: “The Messenger of God (saas)... was the one who smiled the most and the most joyful of all.”
16. The Glances of Our Prophet (saas):
Hasan, the grandson of our Prophet (saas), described the way he looked at things as follows: “The way he looked was extremely expressive . . .”
17. The Pleasant Scent of Our Prophet (saas):
Jaabir bin Samura (ra) states:“Whenever the Holy Prophet tread on any path, when someone passed by later, they could recognize that the prophet had passed by there because they could smell the fragrance of his body.”
18. The Affection for Others of Our Prophet (saas)
Anas bin Malik (ra) relates: “I remained in the service of the Messenger of God (saas) for ten years. He never once told me ‘Ugh.’ When I did something, he never asked me, ‘Why did you do so?’ When I failed to do a certain task, he never asked me why I did not do it.”
19. The Superior Moral Values of Our Prophet (saas):
“God’s Messenger (saas). When he shook hands with anyone, he did not withdraw his hands till the other man withdrew his. Similarly, he did not turn away his face from anyone till that man turned his face to the other side. And he was never seen to put forward his knees in front of one with whom he was sitting.”
“. . . He used to call his companions by their surnames with honor and he used to give one surname who had no surname.”
20. The Modesty of Our Prophet (saas):
“. . . Everyone thought that the Prophet honored him more. Whoever came to him could see his face . . . Yes, the way he sat, listened, his words, graceful jests and attention were always for those with him. Besides, the meetings he held with friends was marked by decency, modesty and security.”
23 février 2006