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Prophet Muhammad, also known as Hazrat Muhammad in Islamic tradition, is regarded as the final prophet in Islam. Born in Mecca around the year 570 CE, he is revered as the messenger of Allah (God) by Muslims worldwide. His life and teachings are recorded in the holy book of Islam, the Quran, and in Hadith, which are accounts of his sayings and actions.
Prophet Muhammad is highly esteemed for his moral character, compassion, and leadership qualities. He is often described as a man of deep spirituality, humility, and wisdom. His teachings emphasized monotheism, social justice, and the importance of treating others with kindness and respect.
Muhammad’s journey, known as the Hijra, from Mecca to Medina in 622 CE marks the beginning of the Islamic lunar calendar and is a significant event in Islamic history. During his time in Medina, he played a key role in establishing a just and cohesive society based on Islamic print