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    Default Uniqueness of Prophet Muhammad, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam.

    As-Salaam alaikum,
    The Noble Prophet Muhammad, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, is indeed the most unique creation of the Creator... there is none like him, and there will NEVER be. There are numerous qualities that make him unique and are exclusive to him-- see 48 of them hereby attached, courtesy of Sayyadi Jalaluddin Suyuti. Of course, these unique qualities of the Prophet, alaihis-Salaat Was-Salaam, will only make us love and respect him even more.

    Related to this, is a file by Mufti Ahmad Khan Qadri, on 'Knowledge of a Nabi'. The knowledge of a Nabi (Prophet) is not limited to Halal, Haram, and Laws of the Shari'a... it extends to information on/of Allah's Kingdom in the Heavens and Unseen world... a Nabi possesses ilm-ghayb (knowledge of the unseen)...and Prophet Muhammad, alaihi-salaat Was-Salaam, is the Master when it comes to Ilm-Ghayb... a vast and deep kind of knowledge.

    Find time to open/examine both files.. you will be glad you did.
    Allahumma Salli alaa Sayyadina Muhammadin, wa alaa ahlihi, wa ashabihi, Wa-sallam.

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    Wa'alaikum as'salaam,

    This information is not reliable.

    For example, 2nd article you listed "Knowledge of the a Nabi" states this:
    "Those unfortunate people who reject that a Nabi possesses Ilme-Ghayb (Knowledge of the Unseen) are in actual fact rejecting his rank of Nubuwwah (Prophethood)."

    The knowledge of the unseen is only with Allah. Allah allows some to see some aspect of that knowledge, such as showing the Prophet (pbuh) future events that will come to pass.

    Some of the statements listed in the first article are questionable:
    His sacred body never cast a shadow, whether in sunlight, moonlight or candlelight.
    Sleep never broke his wudhu.
    If he stepped on a rock, it melted to comfort his footsteps.
    His brilliant face glowed at night and outshone the radiance of the full moon.
    The moon moved according to the direction of his fingers when he played in his cradle as a
    child.
    He is the first Muímin (believer) who declared the Tauheed of Allah.


    The article doesn't have an author. We as Muslims do not accept knowledge of the deen from unknown resources. The article does have raze-e-khushtar as a footnote on each page. Visiting their website, shows this in the about section:

    "The name Raza-e-Khushtar means the pleasure of Khushtar, which is what this team hopes to achieve Insha Allah, because the pleasure of Hazrat Ibrahim Khushtar (Rahmatullah Alaih) is no doubt the pleasure of Allah and His Beloved Rasool (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam). "

    I don't know how name of prophet Ibrahim (pbuh) became khushtar but we Muslims seek pleasure of only Allah and not prophets or other men gone by. I would not trust this site or take knowledge from them.


 

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