1. Muhammad: the Messenger of God

    Muhammad: the Messenger of God

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    Iranian Movie, Muhammad Rasulullah (pbuh&hp) is the first of the trilogy about Prophet Muhammad and studies his life until he is thirteen. The second and third movies will study his youth and prophethood.
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  1. avatar
      ihsan 07/11/2020 08:00:55

    I saw the movie and I love it. Thanks. Can’t wait to see the sequels

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      Mostafa K. 07/11/2020 08:05:04

    The movie reflects the childhood of the Prophet Muhammad very well. Of course one can not fit the holy life of the Prophet in a movie, or in this case, three movies. But it tells a lot of great points in the Prophet Muhammad Movie. It will be good for us to watch such movies instead of Hollywood or Bollywood.

  3. avatar
      ihsan 07/11/2020 08:00:55

    I saw the movie and I love it. Thanks. Can’t wait to see the sequels

  4. avatar
      Mostafa K. 07/11/2020 08:05:04

    The movie reflects the childhood of the Prophet Muhammad very well. Of course one can not fit the holy life of the Prophet in a movie, or in this case, three movies. But it tells a lot of great points in the Prophet Muhammad Movie. It will be good for us to watch such movies instead of Hollywood or Bollywood.

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      Dragon Ball 07/11/2020 08:14:07

    Don’t you think it is a sectarian shia movie? Companions such as Abu Bakr, Omar, Uthman and Aisha are not mentioned in this movie. Anyway, I will always love The Message movie by Moustapha Akkad instead.

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        admin 07/11/2020 11:55:19

      In the name of Allah, The Compassionate, The Merciful. Salam alaikum.

      Dear Brother/Sister in Islam. Please note that this movie is the first of a trilogy about the Holy Prophet (s.a.a). And it studies the life of Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu alayhi wa alihi wa sallam) until he is thirteen. The next movie will study his youth until the first revelation (when he is 40 years old). The third movie will study his Prophethood until his death.

      Now we see why such figures are not shown in this movie. We should not forget that Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w) and Hadrat Abu Bakr (r.a) became friends in their twenties. Hadrat Umar (r.a) was ten years younger than the Prophet. Likewise Hadrat Uthman (r.a) was nine years younger than him. Lady Aisha (r.a) was not even born. So you see, these sahaba (companions) were either not born or idolworshippers in the time period. And showing them in this movie would be against the Islamic History.

      Sunni and Shia Islamic Sources mention only five figures about the childhood of Prophet Muhammad (s.a.a). His father Abdullah, his mother Amina, his foster-mother Halimah al-Sa’diyah, his grandfather Abdol-Muttalib and his uncle Abu Talib. And this movie mentions them only. So, there is no historical mistake in the film.

      To conclude: That the makers of the Prophet Mohammad Movie are Shiite Muslims does not mean the movie is sectarian. In fact, the director of the movie, Majid Majidi, consulted sunni scholars from Turkey and other countries as well as shia scholars. I think the sunni community would not do that and consult shia muslim scholars if they made a movie. That’s a sad reality. Prophet Muhammad, Ahlulbayt and certain companions are dear to all Muslims no matter what sect. And Muslims should consult, help, praise one another instead of making a fuss over each other’s accomplishments.

      The movie is not sectarian, rather we act like sectarians against it. It is a fact that The Message Movie we praise revolves around Hadrat Hamza (r.a) (who is acted by a not shia and not sunni but a non-Muslim, an Armenian Christian, Anthony Quinn) and does not show any other companions you mentioned. But you do not make the same criticism against that movie. This proves how biased we are and that’s why we can’t be objective about it.

      It is an ironic reality that the Akhbaris (the ghulat/extremists among shia Muslims) criticize the director Majid Majidi and the Islamic Government of Iran for consulting and including sunni sources in the movie while the wahhabis (the extremists among sunni Muslims) criticize the Prophet Mohammad Movie (without watching it and) claiming to be a shia propaganda movie.

      O Allah! Forgive us for our bias against Muslims.

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      Alex T. 07/11/2020 08:21:10

    The movie definitely is anti-semitic! Do you think it is appropriate to show there is a jew behind every evil? Yet the director of the movie Majid Majidi claims he made this movie to introduce Islam to the West!!

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        admin 07/11/2020 15:39:58

      In the history of Islam, Jews are always behind the conspiracies. The movie just retells this story. It is a historical fact and you can’t just ignore it.

      If you study the history of religions, you can see the unfaithfulness and treasons of the Israelites. Their leaving the tawhid and worshipping idols (in Biblical words, their playing harlots), their killings of the Prophets who are sent to guide them etc.

      And in the Islamic History books, the Jewish tribes of Arabian Peninsula (Banu Qaynuqa, Banu Qurayza, Banu Nadir and the Jews of Khaibar) always made mischiefs. They sided with Quraishi idolworshippers against Muslims in the Battle of Khandaq, tried to assassinate Prophet Muhammed (s.a.a) etc.

      Holy Quran clearly states “Surely You will find the most hostile of all people towards the faithful to be the Jews and the polytheists, and surely you will find the nearest of them in affection to the faithful to be those who say ‘We are Christians.’ That is because there are priests and monks among them, and because they are not arrogant.” (Surah Al-Maida, verse 82)

      The Prophet Mohammad movie, just like an interpretation/tafsir of this Quranic Verse mentions the treason of Jews and it also mentions the Monk Bahira event.

      BUT in the movie the Jewish scholar Samuel repents, cries and falls in love with Prophet Muhammad (s.a.a). And it is a good message to the Jews. Meaning that they will determine their destiny. If they turn to good they will find goodness and if they turn to evil they will be punished again by God and his servants. (See; Surah Al-Isra, verse 8)

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      Too Many Miracles 07/11/2020 08:37:30

    The movie has an image of “miracle child” or “wonder kid” for that matter. Whereas the Quran and Hadiths clearly state that Prophet Muhammad could not have performed any miracles.

    See the Quranic Verses; “Does it not suffice them that We have sent down to you the Book which is recited to them?” (Quran 29:51) “Did He not find you astray, and guide you?” (Quran 93:7) or let’s check the Hadith in Bukhari 7274 “There was no prophet among the prophets but was given miracles because of which people had security or had belief, but what I was given was the Divine Inspiration which Allah revealed to me. So I hope that my followers will be more than those of any other prophet on the Day of Resurrection.”

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        admin 07/11/2020 15:10:39

      I the name of Allah, the Compassionate, the Merciful. Salam dear brother/sister in Islam.

      Sorry but you are getting it wrong. Surah al-Ankabut, verse 51 and the hadith “What I was given was the Divine Inspiration which Allah revealed to me” are statements related to emphasis in Arabic language. It means other miracles are nothing compared to the Holy Quran. It does not mean the Holy Prophet had no other miracles. The miracles of Prophet Mohammad (s.a.a) is recorded in sunni and shia sources. The late sunni scholar Said Nursi listed most of them in The Nineteenth Letter in his Risale-i Nur Collection. We all should read it.

      Surah Dhuha, verse 7, however is a statement related to love. One needs to know the language of love and devotion to understand these Quranic Verses. It does not mean Prophet Muhammad was astray. Just like when we recite in every rakat/cycle of our salah/namaz/prayers the verse “Guide us on the straight path” (Surah Al-Fatiha, verse 6) does not mean we are astray and on the wrong path. It is about human perfection which is endless. There is always a better guidance than the current guidance someone is in. That’s why even though Prophet Muhammad is the best of the creation, we still pray that Allah elevates him to Maqam Mahmud. So you see, there is always a better status than the current one. And this journey is endless.

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      Ibn Taymiyya 07/11/2020 08:43:05

    As one of the Lebanese Muftis, Sheikh Mohammed Ali Jouzou says: “Portraying Prophet Muhammad is shirk”.

    This film is shirk/polytheism!

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        admin 07/11/2020 12:15:47

      I don’t understand how portraying Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w) could be called shirk! LOL. To try to portray/image God is shirk but to portray Prophets is not.

      Surah Fussilat, verse 6 says “Say, O [Muhammad], “I am only a man like you to whom it has been revealed that your god is but one God; so take a straight course to Him and seek His forgiveness.” And woe to those who associate others with Allah”

      So, associating others with Allah is shirk. But, portraying Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w) is not. He is a human being and there is no wrong in human beings portraying Prophets in movies.

      What matters is that the Prophets are portrayed through the Quranic and historical facts. That’s why we oppose Jewish, Christian movies about Prophets. But, there is no wrong in watching the Muslim movies and tv serials about Prophets.

      And Islamic Republic is the best among Muslim Countries to make historical dramas about Prophets. I mean almost all of us Muslims have seen their works on Prophets like Ayyoub (Job), Yusuf (Joseph), Isa (Jesus) (alayhim’us-salam). Just like them this trilogy is and will be perfect.

      To summarize: Iranian Shia Muslims revere Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w) just like we do and maybe better than we do. And in this movie, the face of the actor is not shown because of their love and reverence for Prophet Mohammad (s.a.w).

      It is totally permissible to watch this movie. Thanks.

  9. avatar
      Anatolian Tiger 07/11/2020 09:02:09

    This film was shown in Movie Theatres in Turkey in 2016. Over 450.000 Turkish and Kurdish Muslims including me have seen it. I totally suggest it.

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      Islamic Invitation 07/11/2020 09:33:01

    The Prophet Muhammad movie is generally criticized by two flocks who are disturbed by the existence and message of the Holy Prophet of Islam.

    First, is the hypcrite group who says “Quran is enough for us”. They try to remove and drive away the ummah from the Holy Prophet (s.a.w) by portraying Rasulullah (s.a.w) as an ordinary human being.

    Second, is the group who supposedly elevate Rasulullah (s.a.w) to a position that as if he could not have lived in this world and as if people today can’t take him as a role model and follow him. Hence, they also try to isolate the Ummah from the Holy Prophet (s.a.w) and his message.

    But these two flocks could not achieve their goal. The Movie was screened in movie theatres in the Islamic Republic of Iran, Turkey and many more countries and was seen by millions of Muslims

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