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(mo͝o-häm′ĭd, -hă′mĭd) also Mo·ham·med (mō-, mo͝o-)570?-632.
Arab prophet and founder of Islam. Muslims regard him as God's messenger through whom the Koran was revealed. Muhammad established a theocratic state at Medina after 622 and began to convert Arabia to Islam.

[Arabic muḥammad, praised, commendable, passive participle of ḥammada, to praise highly, from ḥamida, to extol; see ḥmd in the Appendix of Semitic roots.]
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(Biography) ?570–632 ad, the prophet believed by Muslims to be the channel for the final unfolding of God's revelation to mankind: popularly regarded as the founder of Islam. He began to teach in Mecca in 610 but persecution forced him to flee with his followers to Medina in 622. After several battles, he conquered Mecca (630), establishing the principles of Islam (embodied in the Koran) over all Arabia
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(mʊˈhæm əd, -ˈhɑ məd)

1. Also, Mohammed. A.D. 570–632, Arab prophet: founder of Islam.
2. Elijah (Elijah Poole), 1897–1975, U.S. leader of the Black Muslims 1934–75.
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Noun1.Muhammad - leader of Black Muslims who campaigned for independence for Black Americans (1897-1975)Muhammad - leader of Black Muslims who campaigned for independence for Black Americans (1897-1975)
2.Muhammad - the Arab prophet who, according to Islam, was the last messenger of Allah (570-632)Muhammad - the Arab prophet who, according to Islam, was the last messenger of Allah (570-632)
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Addressing on the occasion, the speakers including Molvi Shafeeq Turk of Jamat Dawat-e-Islami briefed about the importance of the holy Quran in the life of Muslims and urged the people to spend life according the teachings of the holy Prophet Hazrat Mohammad Mustafa (SAWW).
Hazrat Ali (May Allah be pleased with him) was the 4th caliph of Muslim Ummah after the death of the holy prophet Hazrat Mohammad (Peace and blessings of Allah be upon him).He took the reins of caliphate into his hand in a crucial time.
Addressing the groundbreaking of Al-Qadir University in Sohawa near Jhelum on Sunday , he said that Holy Prophet Hazrat Mohammad (PBUH) had emphasized for attaining education in order to excel in life.
Punjab University Hailey College of Banking and Finance's Art and Culture Society has organized seminar on the life and teachings of Hazrat Mohammad (SAW) at its seminar hall.
The Vice Chancellor in his presidential address said the message of Hazrat Mohammad (PBUH) is ever-lasting for the well-being of the entire humanity.
The holy Akheri Chahar Shomba, an important day for the Muslims, will be observed across the country today, marking the recovery of Prophet Hazrat Mohammad (SM) from his prolonged illness.
"We are even ready to become martyr for the protection of honor of Prophet Hazrat Mohammad (S.
3) to pay homage to the Holy Prophet Hazrat Mohammad (Peace Be Upon Him).
This he said to the media here on Thursday after Election Commission announced the winners of the Local body Elections as for the village council 51 district Nowshehra Zando Banda Javeed Khan as Nazim and Zubir Khan as deputy Nazim, two women as Zoja Hazrat Mohammad and Zoja Raj Mohammad and for general councilors as Ali Khan, Muhammad Khan, Fazal Waheed, Afzal Biag, Roidar Khan and Shah Janhan for Kissan as Mia Sayed Faqir and for Youth Dawor Khan as councilor were elected
Qazi Mohammad Amin Waqad, the HPC awareness committee head, said Hazrat Mohammad (PBUH) had favoured the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah with the infidels of Makkah.
Provincial minister also quoted the Hadees Sharif that "Holy Prophet Hazrat Mohammad (PBUH) said that I am the city of knowledge and Ali (RA) is its door."
She was the first in women to embrace Islam and she was also the first wife of the holy prophet Hazrat Mohammad Mustafa (SAWW).