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  Musaylimah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Musaylimah was one of a series of men who claimed to be a prophet around the same time as Muhammad.
An exchange between Muhammad and the messengers of Musaylimah are recored in Sunan Abu Dawood 14:2755.
Musaylimah was killed in the Battle of Yamamah by Wahshy ibn Harb.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Musaylimah   (902 words)

 The Message
The Prophet and the Muslims were happy that Islam had spread throughout Arabia, the rule of polytheism and idolatry had come to an end throughout the Hijaz and all impediments in the way of the spread of Islam had been removed.
Hence, the zone of Musaylimah's influence was besieged by the forces of Islam.
Musaylimah and a group of his friends were killed within the precincts of a garden and the false prophethood met the end it deserved.
www.al-islam.org /message/62.htm   (2464 words)

 AlMaghrib Forums - Musaylimah the Liar   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Musaylimah thought for a while and said, "A similar Surah was also revealed to me." 'Amr asked, "What is it?" He said, "O Wabr, O Wabr (i.e.
Musaylimah then asked him whether he believed that he (Musaylimah) was also a messenger of Allaah.
When Habeeb's mom (Nusaybah- one of the Ansaar) hear what happened to her son at the hands of Musaylimah she took an oath to not put down her sword until Musaylimah was killed or something like that.
forums.almaghrib.org /showthread.php?t=2858   (1025 words)

 The wars of apostasy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
She sent delegates and her dowry was fixed at the reduction of two daily prayers those of the early morning and the late evening.
Musaylimah had an army 40,000 strong, well- trained and ready to defend him to the last man. It is said that he had little personality, and is described by historians as frail, short of stature and pug-nosed.
In the year of delegations, when the chiefs of Banu Haneefah presented themselves before the Prophet to acknowledge his prophethood and pay the Zakat, Musaylimah was not among the chiefs, but was left behind to take care of the camels.
www.ymofmd.com /books/abas/chapter3.htm   (3593 words)

 The Prophet's Mission
The Prophet and the Muslims were happy that Islam had spread throughout Arabia, the rule of polytheism and idolatery had come to an end throughout the Hijaz and all impediments in the way of the spread of Islam had been removed.
Hence, the zone of Musaylimah's influence vas besieged by the forces of Islam.
The very sentence translated above shows that he was an eloquent speaker and it also shows that he is not at all the speaker of those msipid sentences, which history has attributed to him, as specimens of his contention with the Holy Qur'an.
www.al-shia.com /html/eng/books/history/the-holy-prophet/b2-6.html   (4249 words)

 Musaylimah (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.netlab.uky.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Musaylimah is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.
Musaylimah: Encyclopedia II - Prophet - Assessment of the prophet's authenticity and false prophets
Classical Jewish texts teach that the most direct forms of prophecy ended shortly after the destruction of the First Temple in 586 BCE and the codification of the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible) by the Men of the Great Assembly (Anshei Knessset HaGedolah).
www.experiencefestival.com.cob-web.org:8888 /musaylimah   (958 words)

 (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.netlab.uky.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
In the initial days of Islam, Arabs were cursed with a liar called Musaylimah Al-Kazzab, who claimed to be a prophet.
When Musaylimah was unable to wake up in time to perform Al-Fajr prayer after spending his first night with his new wife Sujah, the first thing he did was to cancel the Al-Fajr prayer.
Musaylimah went on to mislead Muslims until the great Khalid bin Al-Waleed led a campaign against the liar and ended his series of disputes and lies.
www.arabtimesonline.com.cob-web.org:8888 /arabtimes/opinion/view.asp?msgID=1281   (527 words)

 The Struggle for One God   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
American University, Washington DC At the time of Prophet Muhammad - upon whom be peace - there was a powerful and influential tribal leader by the name of Musaylimah.
Musaylimah had all the earthly ingredients to launch a new religion.
He had an exquisite knowledge of the language, a magical public speaker, wealth beyond imagination, and a tribal army crazy about him, ready to die for his safety.
www.netcomuk.co.uk /~magamiet/More_khutbahs/Muhammad_Al_Shareef/struggle_for_one_god.htm   (2461 words)

 Nusaybah bint Ka'b [radhiallaahu anha]
When the Prophet sallallahu alayhe wasallam passed away, some of the Arab tribes apostatized, at their head was Musaylimah The Liar.
She was eager to see the end of Musaylimah, and it was the will of Allah that he be slain by her other son Abdullah, and another companion.
Um Imarah returned from the war having suffered twelve wounds inflicted by spear and sword, and having lost an arm, and her beloved son.
www.alinaam.org.za /library/nusaybah.htm   (1005 words)

 Muslim American Society
Farther east, Banu Tamim and Banu Hanifah lent their support to Musaylimah who also claimed to be a prophet.
The Banu Hanifah were cornered in a garden at Yamamah, and its members were killed to the last man. The encounter came to be known as the Battle of Yamamah.
Musaylimah was killed by Wahshi, now a fervent Muslim and the same Makkan who, before his conversion to Islam, had fought for Makkah against the Muslims and had, in fact, killed the Prophet’s uncle Hamzah at Uhud.
www.masnet.org /history.asp?id=423   (5911 words)

 Islam Messge - Ayahs of Challenge 2/15   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
It was narrated under the authority of Amr Ibn El A`as that he met Musaylimah before he embraced Islam.
Musaylimah requested to Amr to recite some of what was revealed to the Messenger salla Allah a`lyhee wa sallam.
He started saying: O wool O wool, you are not but a source of bringing and a front, other wise all what is rest is nothing but holes.
www.islammessage.com /en/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=367   (918 words)

 The Proof Based on Establishment (Dalíl-i-taqrír) and the Proof Based on Verses (Hujjiyyat-i-ayát)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Nevertheless, Musaylimah was killed in battle and the Muslims were victorious.
[71] Musaylimah is best known to history through the series of events that lead to the collection of the Qur'án, and not through his claim.
Abu'l-Fadl frequently uses the case of Musaylimah to convey the dalíl-i-taqrír.
bahai-library.com /?file=milani_bahai_muslim_polemics   (10830 words)

 Leadership Lessons: Power With Conciseness - Ilm Fruits
During the time of the Prophet (صلي الله عليه وسلم), he received a letter from a man named Musaylimah, who claimed prophethood as well, and wished to divide up the area.
“From Muhammad the Messenger of Allah to Musaylimah the liar.
Subhanallah, such a short letter, in which he ripped Musaylimah apart and made it clear that he would be part of no such alliance.
www.ilmfruits.com /index.php/leadership-lessons-power-with-conciseness   (414 words)

 My Journey to Islam
Musaylimah and his followers were regarded as unbelievers, even though Musaylimah's clan had claimed to believe in Allah, announced the same Adhan (call to prayers) as Muslims and even bore witness that Muhammad(s.a.w.) was the Messenger of Allah.
However, since they also believed in the proclaimed Prophethood of Musaylimah, they were viewed as non-Muslims and rejected for their disbelief in a necessity of Islam.
At this juncture, I should point out that the basis for this belief is not only the verse of the Holy Quran, in surah Ahzab, in which Almighty Allah has clearly declared Prophet Muhammad(s.a.w.) to be the Khatamun-Nabiyyin (the last of the Prophets).
www.irshad.org /info_q/reverts/fazahmed.php   (1108 words)

 Those who attempted to take up the challenge of the Quran
It is however questionable whether Musaylimah was in fact the source of any of these sayings.
When Musaylimah met the Prophetess Sajah they parleyed in rhymed prose, Musaylimah being credited with the use of "Islamic" turns of phrase such as 'Alay-na min salawati ma'shari abrar,...
The pieces reported to have been composed by Musaylimah are so ridiculously poor in style that nobody could seriously compare them with the Qur'ân.
www.lutonmuslims.co.uk /chllngqurncntndrs.htm   (3226 words)

 Hadith about Najd
The major campaign was directed against Musaylimah the liar, who proclaimed Prophecy, and his followers in Al-Yamamah- in Najd.
The encounter cost the Muslims the lives of many ansar (disciples of the Prophet) who were invaluable for their knowledge of the Qur`an, which had been revealed to the Prophet, recited to his disciples, and memorized by them but not yet written down.
Musaylimah was killed, the heart of the riddah opposition was destroyed, and the strength of the Medinan government was established.
www.naqshbandi.org /ottomans/wahhabi/hadith_about_najd.htm   (1497 words)

 Ibn an-Nawwahah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ibn an-Nawwahah was a messenger for Musaylimah, a purported prophet during the time of Muhammad who had gained a significant following through his miracles, teachings and from the fact that he was from Yamamah.
Ibn an-Nawwahah went to Muhammad with a message from Musaylimah consisting of Musaylimah's idea that the world should be split between himself and Muhammad, as they were both prophets of Allah.
It isn't completely settled whether Ibn an-Nawwahah was the only messenger or if other followers of Musaylimah had accompanied him, but it is more likely that an-Nawwahah was the only such messenger.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ibn_an-Nawwahah   (404 words)

 The Punishment of the Apostate According to Islamic Law   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
This proves that the action of Sad and Abu Musa was indeed within the limits of the law, but that in Umar's opinion it would have been much better to have given the person an opportunity to repent before killing him.
Abdullah ibn Masud was informed that in one of the mosques of the Banu Hanifah some people were testifying that Musaylimah was a messenger of God.
In Arabia Musaylimah, Aswad Ansi, Tulhah Asadi, Sajah, Laqit ibn Malik Azdi and whoever else proclaimed a message contrary to Islam were forcibly suppressed.
answering-islam.org.uk /Hahn/Mawdudi   (19047 words)

 Amazon.fr : The History of Al Tabari: The Last Years of the Prophet: Livres en anglais: Ismail Poonawala   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Among other topics discussed in this volume are all the deputations that came to Medina; a summary of all the expeditions and raiding parties; and his scribes, freedmen, horses, camels, goats, swords, coats of mail, and so on.
It also covers the apostasy of Musaylimah, Aswad, and Tulhahah and the Prophet's attempts to deal with them.
The translation not only preserves the original lively flavor of al-Tabari but also, in its annotations, draws extensively on both parallel Arabic sources and the intensive research of recent years.
www.amazon.fr /History-Al-Tabari-Years-Prophet/dp/0887066917   (356 words)

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Although he accepted the doctrine of ijaz, he was forced to resign his post as a tutor in the university and become a school teacher.
Paret notes (pages 212-213) efforts by Musaylimah, a contemporary of Muhammad, to accept the challenge; he expresses doubts whether Musaylimah was indeed the source of the sayings attributed to him.
The sayings could be later inventions to brand him as a clumsy imitator.
www.nd.edu /~milind/posts/ijaz.1   (1001 words)

 AFRIKAN HOLOCAUST, the Transatlantic slave trade remembered , The history of glorious Afrika restored
Very few studies mention the fact that after Wahshi was freed and received numerous rewards for his dastardly deed, including Hind's hand in marriage, she commissioned Wahshi to assassinate Hamzah, he continued to reside in Mecca.
Most importantly, years later he embraced Islam, and the Prophet pardoned him for his crime.After the death of Prophet Muhammad, a large number of Muslims perished in a war with an enemy of Islam, Musaylimah of Najd.
He is reported to have said: I had killed one of the best Muslims, Hamzah; now for killing one of the worst enemies of God, God will perhaps pardon me for my former crime.
www.africanholocaust.net /news_ah/africa_contribution_islam.htm   (2958 words)

 As-Sunnah Foundation of America
Ibn Su'ud was from Banu Hanifah, the people of Musaylimah al-Kadhdhab(9).
9 Musaylimah al-Kadhdhab was a blasphemous man who claimed the status of prophethood for 10 himself after the death of Prophet Muhammad.
He was killed by the Muslims during the caliphate of Abu Bakr, may Allah raise his rank.
www.sunnah.org /aqida/fitnatulWahhabiyyah.htm   (2853 words)

 Does anyone know any information about Qadiyanis? [Archive] - Islamica Community Forums   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
When Musaylimah claimed false prophethood, the Prophet Muhammad (SAWS) not only regarded him but all of his followers as well as kaafiroon.
They were fought against by the Muslims and defeated under the rule of Abu Bakr (may God be pleased with him).
Muslims today should show the same disavowal towards the Qadianis, as they are of the exact same type of people who followed the misguidance of Musaylimah.
www.islamicaweb.com /archive/t-26223?pda=1   (1818 words)

 Salim Mawla Abu Hudhayfah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He was named so since he was the freed slave of Abu Hudaifah ibn Utbah, see Mawla.
He participated in the battle against Musaylimah as a standard bearer of the Muhajireen and displayed unexpected valour.
His people feared that he would show weakness or be too terrified to fight.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Salim_Mawla_Abu_Hudhayfah   (202 words)

 Forum Kebebasan Berpendapat Lintas Agama :: View topic - BUKTI QURAN DAN HADIS BAGI EKSEKUSI MURTAD **   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Nawahan menjawab : Apakah anda bersaksi bahwa Musaylimah adalah rasul allah ?
Siapaun yang menerima dan menolak Musaylimah akan dibebaskan.
But since you have come this time as an ambassador, the rule of the shari'ah cannot be applied against you.
www.indonesia.faithfreedom.org /forum/viewtopic.php?t=64   (6113 words)

 Hamzah the brave, uncle of the Holy Prophet, Chief of the Martyrs, May Allah Be Well Pleased With Him (via CobWeb/3.1 ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
I joined the army of Islam and used the same weapon against Musaylimah and succeeded in killing him with the help of one of the Ansar.
The participation of Wahshi in the battle against Musaylimah is something which he himself claims, but lbn Hisham says: "During the last days of his life Wahshi was like a fl crow who was always hated by Muslims on account of his being a drunkard and was punished twice on account of drinking wine.
On account of his indecent actions his name was struck off the army records and Umar bin Khattab used to say: "The murderer of Hamzah does not deserve to be pardoned in the other world."
www.ezsoftech.com.cob-web.org:8888 /islamic/hamza.asp   (1371 words)

 When Will the Victory of Allah Come? - A Pakistani Forum : Online Discussion Community   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
About this, he said, "...I departed with the army, taking with me the lance with which I had killed the Prince of Martyrs, Hamzah bin Abdul-Muttalib.
I had taken a vow either to kill Musaylimah or at least die as a martyr." (Portraits From the Lives of the Companions of the Prophet Muhammad, Vol.
This man's intentions had made a complete turnaround as did his methodology.
www.muziqpakistan.com /board/index.php?showtopic=6467   (1091 words)

 A History of Medieval Islam
Such an approach leads Saunders into defending the Prophet’s integrity, honesty, and judgement.
Saunders points out that the campaign the first caliph, Abu Bakr (rta), launched in order to crush the ‘false prophet’ (Musaylimah) founded the basis of the Islamic military tradition.
The Muslims learned to cope with the problems of war management such as logistics, tactics, organisation, formations, and cartography.
www.renaissance.com.pk /marbore2y1.html   (1589 words)

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