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SEERAH NABAWIYYAH

Al-Raheeq al-Makhtum

Syeikh Safy al-Rahman al-Mubarakfuriyy India

Pemenang Hadiah Pertama Pertandingan Seerah Rabitah Alam Islam, Mekkah

PERANAN & PERLUNYA RIWAYAT HIDUP RASULULLAH DALAM MEMAHAMI ISLAM

Tujuan mengkaji riwayat hidup RasuluLlah dan penganalisaannya bukanlah semata-mata untuk melihat kejadian-kejadian dan episod-episod yang bersejarah ataupun memaparkan cerita-cerita yang indah sahaja. Oleh yang demikian tidak seharusnya kita menganggap kajian sejarah hidup Rasulullah ini sama dengan membaca dan menala'ah sejarah para pemerintah (khalifah) di zaman purbakala. Tujuan pokok dari kajian yang dimaksudkan ialah supaya setiap Muslim dapat memahami, menganggap dan menggambarkan bahawa hakikat zahir dan batin Islam semuanya teradun di dalam penghidupan Rasulullah itu sendiri. Gambaran dan anggapan ini akan timbul dan wujud setelah seseorang Muslim itu dapat memahami dengan benar segala hikmah dan keistimewaan prinsip-prinsip dan dasar-dasar Islam satu persatu terlebih dahulu. Tegasnya kajian riwayat hidup Rasulullah Sallallahu 'alaihi Wasallam ini adalah suatu usaha mengumpul hakikat dan intisari dasar-dasar Islam kemudian memadan dan menyesuaikan dengan contoh Islam iaitu Nabi Muhammad Sallallahu 'alahi Wasallam. Sekiranya perlu kita bahagikan tujuan-tujuan ini maka bolehlah dibahagikan seperti berikut: 1. Memahami peribadi Nabi Muhammad SallaLlahu 'alaihi Wasallam menerusi penghidupan dan suasana hidup Baginda sendiri. Ini adalah untuk menentukan Muhammad Sallallahu 'alaihi Wasallam itu bukan sebagai manusia pintar tetapi dianya adalah pesuruh Allah Subhanahu Wata'ala yang menerima Wahyu dan taufiq dariNya. Supaya manusia seluruhnya dapat meniru dan mengikut suatu contoh yang unggul dalam segenap lapangan hidup yang harmoni, dari itu juga dapat dijadikan sebagai dasar-dasar…...

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