Mohammed Quotes

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Winston S. Churchill
“How dreadful are the curses which Mohammedanism lays on its votaries! Besides the fanatical frenzy, which is as dangerous in a man as hydrophobia in a dog, there is this fearful fatalistic apathy. The effects are apparent in many countries. Improvident habits, slovenly systems of agriculture, sluggish methods of commerce, and insecurity of property exist wherever the followers of the Prophet rule or live. A degraded sensualism deprives this life of its grace and refinement; the next of its dignity and sanctity. The fact that in Mohammedan law every woman must belong to some man as his absolute property – either as a child, a wife, or a concubine – must delay the final extinction of slavery until the faith of Islam has ceased to be a great power among men. Thousands become the brave and loyal soldiers of the faith: all know how to die but the influence of the religion paralyses the social development of those who follow it. No stronger retrograde force exists in the world. Far from being moribund, Mohammedanism is a militant and proselytizing faith. It has already spread throughout Central Africa, raising fearless warriors at every step; and were it not that Christianity is sheltered in the strong arms of science, the science against which it had vainly struggled, the civilisation of modern Europe might fall, as fell the civilisation of ancient Rome.”
Winston Churchill, The River War

“تبسمك في وجه أخيك صدقة، وأمرك بالمعروف صدقة ونهيك عن المنكر صدقة، وإرشادك الرجل في أرض الضلال لك صدقة، ونصرك الرجل الرديء البصر لك صدقة، وإماطتك الحجر والشوك العظم عن الطريق لك صدقة
Smiling in your brother’s face is an act of charity.
So is enjoining good and forbidding evil,
giving directions to the lost traveller,
aiding the blind and
removing obstacles from the path.

(Graded authentic by Ibn Hajar and al-Albani: Hidaayat-ur-Ruwaah, 2/293)”

“ما يصيب المسلم من نصب ولا وصب ولا همّ ولا حزن ولا أذى ولا غمّ - حتى الشوكة يشاكها - إلا كفّر الله بها مِن خطاياه
No fatigue, disease, sorrow, sadness, hurt or distress befalls a Muslim - not even the prick he receives from a thorn - except that Allah expiates some of his sins because of it. (Sahih al-Bukhari, Book 70, #545)”

Thomas Jefferson
“We took the liberty to make some enquiries concerning the ground of their pretensions to make war upon nations who had done them no injury, and observed that we considered all mankind as our friends who had done us no wrong, nor had given us any provocation.

The Ambassador [of Tripoli] answered us that it was founded on the Laws of their Prophet, that it was written in their Koran, that all nations who should not have acknowledged their authority were sinners, that it was their right and duty to make war upon them wherever they could be found, and to make slaves of all they could take as Prisoners, and that every Musselman who should be slain in battle was sure to go to Paradise.

{Letter from the commissioners, John Adams & Thomas Jefferson, to John Jay, 28 March 1786}”
Thomas Jefferson, Letters of Thomas Jefferson

“من قال عليّ ما لم أقل فليتبوأ مقعده من النار
Whoever ascribes to me what I have not said then let him occupy his seat in Hell-fire! (Sahih al-Bukhari, Book 3, #109)”
Prophet Muhammad

“Truth is the same always. Whoever ponders it will get the same answer. Buddha got it. Patanjali got it. Jesus got it. Mohammed got it. The answer is the same, but the method of working it out may vary this way or that. (115)”
Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras of Pantanjali

حنان اللحام
“اصحاب العقول الواقفة عند حرفية النص-قرانا وسنة- كثيرا ما تفلت منهم المقاصد والمنافع فيمشون على وجوههم”
حنان اللحام, هدي السيرة النبوية في التغيير الاجتماعي

حنان اللحام
“من لم يتحرر من الاكراه في صورتيه: اكراه الاخر والخضوع للاخر، لايستطيع فهم هذا الدين وتمثيله”
حنان اللحام, هدي السيرة النبوية في التغيير الاجتماعي

Idries Shah
“Sayings of the Prophet
Trust: Trust in God – but tie your camel first.”
Idries Shah, Caravan of Dreams

راغب السرجاني
“ويأتي يوم أحد لتتفاقم الماساة ويشتد الخطب، وتعظم المصيبة، ويقتل القرشيون سبعين من خيرة الصحابة، ويمثل القرشيون بأجساد الشهداء -وفي مقدمتهم حمزة رضي الله عنه- في مخالفة واضحة لأعراف وقيم الجزيرة العربية، ويتقطع الرسول -صلوات الله وسلامه عليه- ألماً وهو يرى أجساد أصحابه ممزقة على أرض أحد، ويتربصون به -صلى الله عليه وسلم - شخصياً، ويجرحونه في كل موضع من جسده حتى لا يقوى على القيام في صلاة الظهر فيصلى جالساً، وتتفجر الدماء من وجهه -صلوات الله وسلامه عليه-، وتُبذل المحاولات المضنية لوقف النزيف، ويُحَاصَرُ الرسول -صلوات الله وسلامه عليه- وبعض أصحابه في الجبل..

إنها لحظة من أشد لحظات حياته -صل الله عليه وسلم - شدة وقسوة..!!

في هذا الجو من الألم والحزن والضيق، يمسح -صلوات الله وسلامه عليه- الدم عن وجهه ويقول :" رب اغفر لقومي فإنهم لا يعلمون"

إنه يعاملهم معاملة الأب الحنون الذي يرى اينه عاقاً ومنحرفاً ومؤذياً له وللمجتمع، فيرفع يده للسماء ليدعو له، لا ليدعو عليه.”
راغب السرجاني, فن التعامل النبوي مع غير المسلمين

Joel Hayward
“A leader is a shield to the people”
Joel Hayward, The Leadership of Muhammad: A Historical Reconstruction

Joel Hayward
“It is better for a leader to make a mistake in forgiving than to make it in punishing.”
Joel Hayward, The Leadership of Muhammad: A Historical Reconstruction

Joel Hayward
“O Messenger of Allah! Shall I tie [the camel’s leg], or leave it loose and trust in Allah?" He said: “Tie it and put your trust in Allah.”
Joel Hayward, The Leadership of Muhammad: A Historical Reconstruction

Joel Hayward
“Allah's Messenger ﷺ fought [with us] in severe heat, struggling on our long journey, against the desert and the great strength of the enemy.”
Joel Hayward, The Leadership of Muhammad: A Historical Reconstruction

Joel Hayward
“It was through Allah’s mercy that you [Muhammad] have been able to deal with them so gently. If you had been stern and hard-hearted, they would surely have dispersed from around you.”
Joel Hayward, The Leadership of Muhammad: A Historical Reconstruction

Joel Hayward
“As a man of deep faith, Muhammad embraced and taught a theocentric understanding of leadership; that is, he believed that ultimately God chooses and puts in place all leaders, regardless of the specific procedure of a person’s appointment to a leadership role within a community or army.”
Joel Hayward, The Leadership of Muhammad: A Historical Reconstruction

Joel Hayward
“Even on social and cultural matters Muhammad liked to engage with people and hear views, routinely publicly praising the view of the person who initiated the discussion or whose opinion eventually prevailed, even if it had differed from his own. He delighted in good ideas, and made sure everyone knew who had advanced them, without claiming them as his own. He believed that credit should go to whom it was due.”
Joel Hayward, The Leadership of Muhammad: A Historical Reconstruction

Joel Hayward
“As a prophet and communal leader, Muhammad was entitled to special treatment, such as eating better while campaigning with his men. Yet he ate only what his warriors ate and suffered privations — intense heat, hunger and thirst, exhaustion and discomfort — equally with them. When he led a force of slightly over three hundred warriors to Badr in March 624, for example, they had only seventy camels between them. Three or four men therefore rode cramped on each camel. Muhammad asked for no preferential treatment, even though no one would have begrudged him the right to ride alone, and he uncomfortably shared his camel with ‘Ali ibn Abi Talib and Zayd ibn Harithah (some sources say Marthad ibn Abi Marthad al-Ghanawi).”
Joel Hayward, The Leadership of Muhammad: A Historical Reconstruction

محمد عمارة
“إن سيرة الرسول صلى الله عليه وسلم تنفرد عن سيرة كل عظماء الدنيا بأن سيرة العظماء تكتب ويفرغ منها، لكن تظل سيرة رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم أبد الدهر فيها الجديد”
محمد عمارة, الغناء والموسيقى حلال.. أم حرام؟

Joel Hayward
“Muhammad was gentle and flexible when he recognized sometimes that a greater good might be accomplished by releasing someone from a vow. When a young man happened to tell him that his pledge to emigrate with him (presumably to Medina) had made his parents cry, he humanely said: “Go back to them, and make them smile just as you had made them weep.”
Joel Hayward, The Leadership of Muhammad: A Historical Reconstruction

“After reading the Qur'an, I realized that I couldn't possibly endorse Islam as a religion, as a philosophy, as a moral standard, as an ethical code, or even as useful fiction. I determined that these philosophies and this image of Allah could only come from an extremely warped and disturbed person who suffered from an aggregation of the most severe and profound human weaknesses.”
Susan Crimp, Why We Left Islam: Former Muslims Speak Out

Abhijit Naskar
“He (Mohammed) was an ordinary man just like any other man. And as such his personal instincts, urges, drives as well as his philosophical goodness bubbled to the surface of his consciousness when he attained the Absolute Unitary Qualia.”
Abhijit Naskar, The Islamophobic Civilization: Voyage of Acceptance

Yudhanjaya Wijeratne
“The Buddha, Christ and Mohammed had to rely on God and karma and human priests for judgement; we don’t. We have data. We have algorithms. We have Guidance. God is now available as an application, on your mobile phone or in the cloud, twenty four seven, three sixty five.”
Yudhanjaya Wijeratne, Numbercaste

Willy Thorn
“Jesus, Mohammad & the Buddha were all homeless black men.”
Willy Thorn

خالد محمد خالد
“ترى .. أي سر في اليتم حتى يختاره الله لأعظم حاملين لكلمته، مبلغين لرسالته - المسيح ومحمد .. ؟؟”
خالد محمد خالد, إنسانيات محمد

Hazrat Inayat Khan
“Und an dem Tag, an dem die Seele sich selbst erkennt, beginnt ein neues Leben, eine Neugeburt. Solange die Seele sich nicht selbst erkannt hat, entwickelt sie sich nicht, sie wächst nicht. Deshalb beginnen die Menschen in dem Moment, in dem die Seele anfängt, sich selbst zu erkennen, wirklich in der Welt zu leben. Wir sollten aber begreifen, dass der Magnetismus einer selbstverwirklichten Seele größer ist als alle Magnetismen, die man sich jemals vorstellen könnte. Er ist Macht. Er ist Weisheit. Er ist Friede. Er ist Intelligenz. Er ist alles. Dieser Magnetismus heilt. Er heilt Körper und er heilt Herzen. Er erhebt jene, die in Schwierigkeiten, in Leid und Sorgen versunken sind. Er befreit andere aus ihrer Verwirrung, ihrer Dunkelheit. Durch diesen Magnetismus verbreiten die erleuchteten Seelen ihre Liebe und gewinnen dadurch alle Lebewesen. Diesen Magnetismus meinte Christus, als er zu den Fischern sagte: „Folgt mir, und ich werde euch zu Menschenfischern machen.“ Durch diesen Magnetismus kamen die Großen wie Buddha, Moses, Christus, Mohammed und gewannen die Gunst der Menschheit. Und die Menschheit hat das all die Jahrhunderte hindurch nicht vergessen. Es ist deren Magnetismus, der, auch nachdem sie die Erde verlassen hatten, Millionen und Abermillionen Menschen in einem Bund der Geschwisterlichkeit, Sympathie und Freundschaft zusammenhielt. Die immense Kraft, die der Seelenmagnetismus verleiht, beweist, dass er ein göttlicher Magnetismus ist. Er ist ein Beweis für etwas hinter der sichtbaren Welt. (S. 173)”
Hazrat Inayat Khan, Heilung aus der Tiefe der Seele: Mystik und geistige Heilung

Martin Luther
“For although some praise his government because he allows everyone to believe what he will so long as he remains the temporal lord, yet this praise is not true, for he does not allow Christians to come together in public, and no one can openly confess Christ or preach or teach against Mohammed. What kind of freedom of belief is it when no one is allowed to preach or confess Christ, and yet our salvation depends on that confession as Paul says, “To confess with the lips saves,” and Christ has strictly commanded to confess and teach His Gospel.”
Martin Luther, On War Against the Turk

Martin Luther
“All Christian doctrine and life are gone, and there is left, instead of Christ, nothing more than Mohammed with his doctrine of works and especially of the sword. That is the chief doctrine of the Turkish faith in which all abominations, all errors, all devils are piled up in one heap.”
Martin Luther, On War Against the Turk

“We are part of God and he part of us. We are a community of gods in the making, a society of the divine. Never let anyone tell you that you are bad, a sinner, weak, unworthy, wretched and depraved, in need of Jesus, Moses or Mohammed. You need no one except yourself. You need no faith. It’s knowledge that will deliver you.”
Michael Faust, The God Within Me

“You shape yourself, you make yourself. There is no one to save you other than yourself. It’s not Christ, Mohammed or Moses who’s responsible for your life, it’s you. In the end, souls judge themselves.”
Michael Faust, The Right-Brain God

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