The Qatari Forum for Authors presented a new episode of the “Ethics of the Messenger” program, peace be upon him, to shed light on the biography of the Prophet Muhammad, and grant him peace, and his honorable companions, and to draw lessons and lessons from the ethics of the Messenger, peace be upon him.


The program reviews examples of the life of the Prophet, peace be upon him, his morals, his dealings with his wives and the people of his household, as well as his treatment of his companions and his love for them.


The new episode of the program prepared by Professor Muhammad Al-Shabrawi, presented by the journalist Salem Al-Jahouchi, focused on the life of the Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace, in his home.


Mr. Salem Al- Jahouchi said: “The role model is actions, not words, and our honorable Prophet was like his character and did as he did by saying, and whoever deals with him in his home, we monitor the evidence of his humility and mercy, in confirmation of the Almighty’s saying (And We have not sent you except as a mercy to the worlds).


Al- Jahouchi recounted a lot of evidence from the Sunnah of the Prophet, which indicates his humility and morals, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, in his home, including what Al-Bukhari narrated on the authority of Al-Aswad. She said: He was in the profession of his family, and when the time for prayer came, he would go out to the prayer.


He, peace be upon him, used to sew his clothes, cut his sandals, and do what men do in their homes, not shying away from helping or being preoccupied with the pretense of thinking about matters of da’wah.


And he added: Among the manners of the Messenger is what Ibn Hibban narrated: “The Messenger of God, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, never slandered a food. If he desired it, he would eat it, and if he disliked it, he would leave it.”


He used to teach the young children about manners of food through Oman Ibn Abi Slamah “who said: I was a young boy in the Prophet`s lab, Peace be upon him, and my hands were roaming through the dish, then the Prophet, peace be upon him, said: Boy, say “in the name of Allah”, eat with your right hand, and eat what`s in front of you” and then this is how I eat till now.


Anas Ibn Malik narrated” when the Prophet, peace be upon him came to Madinah, Talha Took my hand and we went to the Prophet, peace be upon him, then he said: Anas is very intelligent, he can serve you” so I served him at home and when he traveled. I swear he had never asked me why I did anything this way or why I didn’t do anything that way?


When a man enters it, he is taken in the glory and prestige of the Prophet, but the Prophet calms him down, saying that I am not king, but that I am the son of a woman from Quraysh who eats Al-Qadeed in Mecca.


And he, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, would smile at his guests, bring them down to their homes, encourage respect for the old and the young, and encourage good in word and deed. He, peace and blessings of God be upon him, said: “…and whoever comes to you a favor, reward him, and if you do not find something to reward him, pray for him until you know that you have rewarded him.” (Narrated by Ahmad, Abu Dawood, and it was reviewed by Al Albani).


And from his influence to society, the circle of effective influence moves and the Holy Prophet establishes a healthy atmosphere in society. Honesty is an indispensable pillar in societies at all levels. Abdullah bin Amer bin Rabi’ah relates, “My mother called me one day while the Messenger of God, may God bless him and grant him peace, was sitting in our house and she said: Behold: Come, I will give you. So the Messenger of God, may God bless him and grant him peace, said to her, What did you want to give him? She said: Give him dates. The Messenger of God, may God bless him and grant him peace, said to her: If you had not given him anything, a lie would be written against you.


To present the Holy Prophet as a model for the nation in the importance of honesty.


He continued that the Prophet, peace and blessings of God be upon him, through his way with the boys and their education, such as Abdullah bin Abbas, Omar Ibn Abi Salama, Anas Ibn Malik, Umair Ibn Saad and others, and in a few years, they turned into lanterns guiding those who came after them.


The journalist Salem Al-Jahouchi referred to the guidance of the Prophet with his neighbors in maximizing their right. Aisha, may God be pleased with her and Abdullah bin Omar – may God be pleased with them both that the prophet, peace be upon him, says: The Messenger of God – may God bless him and grant him peace – said: “Gabriel still intestates me saying, neighbor, until I thought he would bequeath him.” Then he confirms the necessity of that by saying, “He who believes in God and the judgment day should not harm his neighbor.”


The holy Prophet swears, as a meaning to good neighborhood, saying” I swear he is not a believer, I swear he is not a believer, I swear he is not a believer” It was said: Who, O Messenger of God? Then he answered: the one whose neighbor feels not safe while being next to him.


This is his character, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, with the people of his house, his servant, his guest and his neighbors, so the Prophet did not pretend in his behavior inside or outside his house, he used to deal with others with good intentions. He is best suited to the people of the common sense of the prophetic path as their leader is a human being who advocates and complies with the divine approach and whose words correspond to his actions.