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1. Syed Zakir Hussain - June 11, 2007

I ma planning to do Phd -in leadership quality ,in the light of Hazirath |rasul salalho ali wa salam. How we can impleemnt is principles , teaching and pratical life to elivate the suffering of the people.

I do read many books on leadership, not in one i have found all the qualities which we have seen in our Prophet Haziarath Sala la ho ali wa salam.

Selfish or feared writer, whoever picked the past histroy reference never, bothered to look into the life of our beloved leader of Islam and the world. Though alot of worldly leader do touched the references about our prohphet but never, felt that He is also a born human being who inspired by setting his own example.

If you can provide me some references on this topic, i appreicate your efforts.

2. Faraz Omar - September 3, 2007

I read your comment dated March 7th, 2007 in the article by Dr. Abu Shuqqah regarding Mixed workplaces in which he has wrongfully written about shaking hands that the Prophet sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam did so when he took Bai’ah. The following evidence is a clear refutation of it.

‘Aa’ishah said: “So whoever of the believing women agreed to these conditions, the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) would say to her: ‘I have accepted your bay’ah by words.’ By Allaah, his hand never touched the hand of any woman when accepting their bay’ah; he accepted their bay’ah by saying ‘I have accepted your bay’ah on this basis.’”

(Reported by al-Bukhaari, 4512; according to another report: he accepted their bay’ah by words… the hand of the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) never touched the hand of any woman except a woman he owned . Reported by al-Bukhaari, 6674).

And my intention is only to correct and seek the truth.
Wallaahu A’lam.

3. Humairah - September 21, 2007

Syed Zakir Hussein: If you still read my much-neglected blog, please send me an email and inshallah I can reply to you with some references. I had stopped blogging here for the summer, but I’ll be back up before the end of Ramadan inshallah.

Jazakallah Faraz Omar for the references. I think you’re referring to my comment on Dr Rafik’s blog?
My personal stance is that I avoid all handshakes, and any other interactions to the best of the situation. One also has to act with wisdom, not impulsitve.

jessica_delacruz12@yahoo.com - December 10, 2012


4. Lizzy - April 26, 2015

Oh yes I also agree with you, no man should shake a woman’s hand except his wife ‘s hand.

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