Unit 1 – Muhammad SAW An Embodiment of Justice – English Notes of Class 10th
Answer the following question:
(i) How can people achieve perfection in the moral, spiritual and social areas of life?
Ans. people can do perfection in their moral, spiritual and social areas of life by seeking lightweight, directions and guidance from the Rasool’s (SAW) message and life. They should build the Rasool (SAW) their leader to secure the very best level of status in each field of life.
(ii) How did the Rasool (SAW) set high and noble ideals for all mankind?
Ans. The Rasool (SAW) set high and noble ideals for all mankind through his practical examples by following the commandments of Allah. Not solely in spirituality and morals however additionally in trade, business, state affairs and warfare he set perfect and noble examples.
(iii) How were the people of Makkah convinced of the Rasool’s (SAW) justice even before his Nabuwat?
Ans. As a young trader, the Rasool (SAW) earned the good reputation of being an honest, fair and just business man. He (SAW) suggested the most just set up for the setting of the Black Stone. So the human beings of Makkah had been convinced of the Rasool’s (noticed) justice even earlier than his Nabuwat.
(iv) What standards of justice did the Rasool (SAW) practice as head of the state of Madinah?
Ans. As head of the state of Madinah, the Rasool (saw) practiced very excessive requirements of justice. He (SAW) set all cases on benefit with justice and equity, irrespective of colour, creed, or race. He didn’t even exempt the Quraish lady who was found guilty of stealing.
(v) Why did Quraish think that the Rasool (SAW) would favour them?
Ans. Quraish thought that the Rasool (SAW) would favour them as a result of he (SAW) himself was the member of the Quraish family. Moreover, they thought that Hazrat Usama bin Zaid (RA) was closed enough to the Rasool (SAW) to create associate degree attractiveness on behalf of that guilty lady.
(vi) What created non-Muslims bring their suits to the Rasool (SAW)?
Ans. The Rasool (SAW) was well-known for his justice. He (SAW) determined all cases on benefit with justice and equity, regardless of color, creed, race or faith. Consequently, the non-Muslims delivered their suits to the Rasool (saw) for decision.
(vii) What advice did the Rasool (SAW) give to Hazrat Ali (RA)?
Ans. The Rasool (SAW) said to Hazrat Ali (RA), “When two men come to you for judgment, never decide in favour of one without hearing the arguments of the other; it is then most likely that you will know the truth.”
(viii) How does the quran describe the personality of the Rasool (SAW)?
Ans. The Holy Quran describes the personality of the Rasool (SAW) as: “Indeed in the Rasool of Allah (Muhammad SAW), you have a good example to follow for him who hopes for (the Meeting with) Allah and also the Judgment Day, and remembers Allah much.
(iX): Why did quraish think that the holy prophet would favour them?
Ans : he was himself from family of quraish secondly they thought that Hazrat Usama bin Zaid was close enough to Holy Prophet to make this apeal.
(X) Why did non-Muslims trust the Holy Prophet (PBUH)?
Ans. The Holy Prophet (PBUH) did justice in every case, brought to him by friend or foe. Therefore, the Muslims trusted the Holy Prophet ( PBUH).
(Xi). What advice did the holy Prophet give to Hazrat Ali?
Ans. The Holy prophet (PBUH) advised Hazrat Ali not to decide any matter without hearing both the parties and without knowing the truth.