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 The Revelation

اذهب الى الأسفل 
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The Revelation
Book 8
“Read! In the name of your Lord Who has created (all that exists). He has created man from a leech-like clot. Read! And your Lord is the Most Generous, Who has taught (the writing) by the pen. He has taught man that which he knew not”. (TMQ, 96:1-5)

(Scene 1)
Muhammad lived in Khadijah’s house. He loved her and she loved him. At that time, Muhammad was inclined to contemplating. He spent much of his time meditating, and Khadijah was noticing his calmness, but unlike other women, she was leaving him to his thoughts and was not bothering him by talking too much as some women would do with their husbands. Khadijah was wise; she was leaving her husband for what his soul was after.

Muhammad was coming back from the Ka’ba, thinking about it and of the 360 idols in it. He was amazed that his people worshiped the stones that their hands had made. These stones could neither hear nor see nor answer the dua’a (supplication) of their worshippers. Muhammad had been rightly guided to know that there is only one Creator for this universe, who created the sun, the moon, the skies, the earth, mountains, human beings, and animals. He knew that Allah was the only One who deserved to be worshipped. That was why Muhammad was taking his food and drink and going to the Cave of Hira'a, away from the noise of the people. He was contemplating about Allah all day and night; he was staying in the cave for one full month every year.

He was worshipping in solitude, since being alone there was a connection between man and the universe, the heart became empty of worries about this world, the mind became clear, and the light of knowledge twinkled. Muhammad was spending the whole month in worship; he was giving bread and oil to the poor who were passing by him. In his sleep in the cave, he was dreaming of many things. When he woke up, those things took place because his soul became pure and he was connected with Allah.

(Scene 2)
At the age of forty, Muhammad went to the Cave of Hira'a carrying his food, fasting all day, worshiping and contemplating in solitude at night. One night, as the sun came down, Muhammad covered himself with his garments; he wanted to sleep for sometime. That night was Lailat-ul-Qadr (The Night of Power) in the month of Ramadan.

While he was sleeping he heard a voice saying to him, “Read!” Muhammad answered him, “I cannot read.” Then he felt someone squeezing him so hard that he found it hard to breathe, then he left him and said to him again, “Read!” Muhammad answered him, “I cannot read.” He squeezed him for the third time until he was unable to breathe, then left him and said again, “Read!” And Muhammad said, “What should I read?”

The angel said what can be translated as, “Read! In the name of your Lord Who has created (all that exists). He has created man from a clot (a piece of thick coagulated blood). Read! And your Lord is the Most Generous, Who has taught by the pen. He has taught man that which he knew not.” (TMQ, 96:1-5).
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Muhammad got up frightened, and hurried out of the cave and suddenly he heard a voice from the sky saying, “O Muhammad, you are Allah’s messenger and I am Jibril.”

Muhammad raised his head looking at the sky but he found Jibril (Archangel Gabriel) covering the entire horizon saying, “O Muhammad, you are Allah’s messenger and I am Jibril.” Muhammad stood motionless looking at him. Turning his face towards the horizons of the sky, wherever he looked he found Jibril. Muhammad stood transfixed, not moving forward or backward. When Khadijah sent someone to look for him, he was still standing in his place without moving.

(Scene 3)
Muhammad came back to Khadijah shaking. She asked him, “Where have you been Abul-Qasem10? I swear by Allah, I sent my messengers to look for you until they reached Makkah and came back to me”. He answered her trembling, “Cover me up, cover me up”. Khadijah started to cover him, and when he calmed down he told her what he had seen and ended with, “I was worried about my sanity”. Khadijah said faithfully, “Be cheerful about that, I swear that Allah will never disgrace you, because you maintain close relations with your relatives and never say anything other than the truth”.

Then Jibril came back to Muhammad (peace be upon him) and revealed to him the verses from the Qur’an, that can be translated as, “O you wrapped in garments! Arise and warn! And praise your Lord! And purify your garments! And keep away from idols! And give not a thing in order to have more (for yourself)”. (TMQ, 74:1-6).

After that, Muhammad slept to get rest and Khadijah went to her cousin Waraqa Ibn Nawfal, who had read many books and studied the Taorah (Torah) and the Injil (Bible).

She told him what Muhammad had seen. He said, “I swear by Allah, if you are telling me the truth, then this is the great archangel Jibril, who came to Musa (Moses), and Muhammad is the Prophet of this age. So, Khadijah ask him to be patient.” Khadijah went back to Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) and told him what Waraqa had said. Then Allah’s Messenger (Peace be upon him) went to worship at the Ka’ba and met Waraqa who asked him, “Tell me, my nephew, of what you heard and what you saw.”

Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) told him of everything, and Waraqa said, “I swear by Him Who holds my soul is in His hand, that you are the Prophet of this Ummah (nation) and the greatest archangel, who had come to Moses, came to you and you will be accused of lying, you will be hurt, you will be kicked out of your home, and you will be fought against. If I live till that day, I will support you in a way that Allah only knows.”

(Scene 4)
Jibril continued to come to Muhammad (Peace be upon him), revealing to him the commands of Allah, but Khadijah wanted to make sure of that who was visiting her husband, so she asked him, “Yes, my cousin, can you notify me when your friend comes to you?”

- Muhammad (Peace be upon him) said, “Yes I can.”

- Then Jibril came and the Prophet (Peace be upon him) said to Khadijah, “Khadijah, Jibril has come to me.”

- Khadijah said, “Get up, my cousin, and sit on my left thigh”.

- Then the Prophet (Peace be upon him) got up and sat on her left thigh. She asked him, “Do you still see him?”

- The Prophet said, “Yes, I do.”

- Then she told him, “Now move, and sit on my right thigh.”

- The Prophet moved to her right, and she asked him, “Do you still see him?”

- He said, “Yes, I do”.

- She said: “Move, and sit on my lap”.

- Then Allah’s Prophet moved and sat on her lap, and she asked him, “Do you see him?”

- He said, “Yes I do”.

- She uncovered her head while the Prophet of Allah was sitting in her lap and asked him, “Do you see him now?”

- He said, “No, I do not”.

- She said, “O my cousin, be steadfast and be cheerful about that. I swear by Allah that he is an angel, and definitely not evil”.

(Scene 5)
Muhammad (Peace be upon him) went to the Cave of Hira'a and waited for Jibril, but a very long time had passed without seeing him. That caused a deep sadness inside Muhammad’s heart because he thought that Allah was angry with him. While he was in that pitiful state, he heard a voice calling him out, “O Muhammad you are really Allah’s Messenger”.

Then Muhammad raised his eyes towards the sky to find the angel who came to him in Hira’a sitting on a chair in the sky. Muhammad was delighted at his return and then Jibril started teaching him Qur’an. Allah says what can be translated as, “By the forenoon (after sunrise); by the night when it darkens (and stands still). Your Lord has neither forsaken you nor does He hate you. And indeed the Hereafter is better for you than the present (life of this world). And truly, your Lord will give you (all good) so that you shall be well pleased. Did He not find you an orphan and gave you a refuge? And He found you unaware and guided you? And He found you poor and made you rich (self-content)? Therefore, treat not the orphan with oppression. And do not repulse the beggar. And proclaim the Grace of your Lord.” (TMQ, 93:1-11).

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