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الجمعة، 13 أكتوبر 2017

- How did the Prophet treat his companions

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How did the Prophet treat his companions 
The Prophet's behavior with his companions was mainly based on love, affection, peace and friendship. During his sessions, the Prophet, (May the blessing and peace of God be upon him), used to treat everyone in the same way, that each one thought he was the nearest to the Prophet and that the prophet loved him more than anyone else.
In this respect, Amr Ibn-El-Aas told one of the most amazing situations. He said: once I was sitting with the Prophet and his other companions. He treated me so kindly and lovingly that I thought he (May the blessing and peace of God be upon him), loved and preferred me more than anyone else. Then I asked him: "O Messenger of God; who is the most beloved to you? He said: She is A'ishah. I asked him: among men? He said: He is her father (Abu Bakr). I asked him: The next? He said: Omar Ibn-El-Khattaab, and he mentioned many people" .
So, we have known that the Prophet, (May the blessing and peace of God be upon him) used to treat and love his companions and advise them equally. He also used to prefer them to himself and when they asked him for something, he always gave them what they wanted and never let them down. When the Prophet's companions were sitting with him, he asked them not to raise up their voice, not to mention any other one's bad deeds, and not to quarrel or disagree with each others, in this concern he said:
"People shouldn’t quarrel or dispute in the presence of a prophet" .
Thus, he (May the blessing and peace of God be upon him), used to bring up his companions according to good manners, true saying, and pleasant and friendly treatment which appeared clearly over his face when he answered people or advised them. He used to be simple not rough with them even when they quarreled, he used to be gentle and polite with them to make them behave according to what is mentioned in Qur'an:
15:47. "And We shall remove from their breasts any deep feeling of bitterness (that they may have). (so they will be like) brothers facing each other on thrones".



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