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Initially Allah swt beckons His Prophet saw gently through dreams. Then revelation is communicated directly into his heart. Thereafter the Angel Gibraeel a. Finally Allah swt calls His beloved Prophet saw to the heavens and talks to him directly in the finale of the Miraj-un-Nabi.

It was from this lower heaven that the Qur'an was revealed in stages onto the earth, the first revelation having taken place on the night of power. Hadrat ibn Ashtar [22] states that normally one to two ayahs were revealed to the Holy Prophet saw at any one time.

Other scholars such as Imaam Bahiqui, Hadrat Omar rad and Hadrat Ali rad [23] are of the opinion that four to five ayahs would be revealed at any one time. As revelation started the pagan Arabs witnessed the piecemeal process and used this as a tool to attack the new Muslims.

The Holy Prophet saw brought a revolutionary message to the pagan Arabs. The aim of Islam was to change the entire society and culture of that time. The Arabs had been worshipping idols for hundreds of years and Makkah had become the focal point of all worshippers throughout the Arab peninsula. An annual pilgrimage took place where hundreds of Arabs would gather together and celebrate their idols and pagan traditions. These ancient religious traditions which engulfed every aspect of Arab life now had to be challenged and redressed by a new moral, social, political and religious order.

The message of Islam intended to change the prevailing system, giving rights to the poor, needy, orphans and women. It preached morals and virtuous acts putting constraints on evil and vice. A new political system was advocated based on meritocracy rather than patriarchy.

So the divine message of Allah swt was revealed slowly to allow the new Muslim Arabs to change and accept the new faith. The very first verses revealed were intended to strengthen the faith of the new Muslims. Having worshipped idols all their life it was important to lay the foundations of the unity of God and spread the message of His oneness. Once the belief of the Muslims had become strong and they were able to practice Islam more freely in Madinah, the majority of the laws and legislation were revealed.

It was upon these new principles that the Islamic State of Madinah was created. Angel Gibraeel as would come with news of future victories and successes providing vital motivation to the Companions who faced great opposition from the Kufar.

This created an unimaginable link between the Companions and their new leader and guide, the Holy Prophet. They would constantly witness their Holy Prophet saw receiving divine revelation from Allah swt which intern had a two fold effect. Firstly it created a living link between Allah saw and the new Muslims.

They had given up their entire livelihoods including their wealth, prestige and status. Many families were split as some family members embraced Islam whilst other rejected the new faith. As a result the new Muslims faced many hardships and obstacles.

Often the Holy Prophet saw and his Companions were put in positions where defeat was imminent and no alternative was left but to beseech Allah swt for help. When divine revelation was sent as a response to this, the Companions realized that only Allah swt could help them in times of distress and need.

This was an important lesson for the Companions to learn. They had spent their entire lives in idolatry, beseeching man made statues for help and assistance rather than the one true God.

Their existence was dependant upon pleasing their Gods through ritual sacrifices and traditions that spanned many centuries. This old allegiance needed to be destroyed and replaced by an allegiance to the One True God and His Beloved Messenger saw.

Through practical demonstrations of beseeching for help in times of need the Companions of the Holy Prophet saw now had living examples of the power and mercy of God, knowing for certain only He was the source of all things. Another interesting aspect of the revelation process is the continual appearance of Angel Gibraeel a.

Angel Gibraeel a. They witnessed how he would sit with respect and reverence in the company of the Holy Prophet saw and the manner in which he would converse with him. Although he is considered the leader of the heavenly angels, he too was shown to be subordinate to the Holy Prophet saw. The Companions observed a heavenly being, pure, perfect and made of light, deal with veneration and esteem with their Holy Prophet saw. This amounted to invaluable training for them for if an angel sent from Allah swt had such respect for their new leader surely they too should follow in his way and imbue the same feelings in their lives too.

Consequently Angel Gibraeel a. This in itself is a reflection of the high status of Prophethood. Allah swt intended that the Companions should learn to love, respect and revere the Holy Prophet saw so that that there would be no room left for any other worldly love and attachment. Only this type of passion, of undying love and loyalty could motivate them to change their existing way of life.

The Arabs of this time were generally an illiterate nation but were great fans of poetry and tales. Being a predominantly oral culture the Arabs would memorize poems and tales in order to communicate it to others. They had a heightened sense of memory in comparison to other nations.

Hadrat Ibn Masud rad in particular narrates how the Prophet saw once shed tears after listening to his recitation of Surah Nisa [25]. These varied from pieces of parchment to leather [26] and leaves. However once any passage was recorded the Holy Prophet saw would personally check the written records and insure that all the words were correct and in the correct order.

Since the Holy Prophet saw instructed the Companions where to place each ayah, they themselves never interfered in the divine order. Hadrat Othman rad replied that he did not have the authority to change the order, which had been divinely revealed [32]. It instructs man in every sphere, be it on the modes of marriage, the penal system, business codes and ethics as well as the personal sphere of human relationships.

So every passage that was revealed to the Holy Prophet saw was continually quoted and read, either in the daily prayers or in the daily affairs of life.

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