The false prophet - trafficking in souls of men:
Al-Rubayyi’ bint Al-Nadr: Should I weep for my son?
By ADIL SALAHI
Published: Nov 10, 2011
When the Battle of Badr, the first major battle between the Muslims and the unbelievers, took place, Harithah was in the Muslim army. He fought hard, but he was hit by an arrow in his neck and was killed. Thus, the prayer he requested the Prophet to say for him was fulfilled and he was one of the 14 martyrs who fell in that battle.
As the army returned to Madinah, it was received by its population who congratulated the Prophet on a splendid victory. News of the battle and how it went had already been received by them. On learning that her son has been killed in the battle, Al-Rubayyi’ was eager to meet the Prophet and ask him about her son. She said to him: “Messenger of God, tell me about Harithah: If he is in heaven, I will bear my loss with patience. If it is the other, I will weep without remission.” The Prophet reassured her: “It is heavens in the plural, and your son is in the highest one.”
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