Wisdom Journal For Studies & Research

Prophet Muhammad etiquette


  • غصنه حمد متعب العامري الهيئة العامة للشؤون الإسلامية والأوقاف




Keywords: Prophetic etiquette, Western society, morals, dealings, role models.


It has become a given in our time that Western society is one of the most advanced societies in morals and dealing with others or what they call etiquette, and the media always sheds light on their etiquette in dealing with men with men, or in men’s dealings with women, or even with animals, and they claim that they are Its makers and inventors, forgetting and ignoring that the Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace, preceded them in this and surpassed them more than a thousand years ago, and his fragrant biography is the best witness to this; Therefore, the researcher saw shedding light on highlighting the Prophet’s etiquette and comparing it with Western etiquette, through the inductive approach: to collect and follow the ideas and rulings related to morals in the honorable hadiths and relevant Islamic references and the analytical approach to analyze hadith texts contained in hadith books and their explanations to know the opinions of scholars about the standards of morality in the Sunnah The Prophet and the comparative approach through the comparison between the morals of Muslims and the morals of the West, through the formulation of variables that contain points of similarity and difference, and one of the results of this research is that Islamic values ​​are balanced, combining the thing and its counterpart in consistency and consistency without exaggeration, and Islamic values ​​are characterized by realism, and the reader The one who examines the biography of the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, sees that he is the most perfect husband and the best in character among all husbands, and that he is a kind father, loyal friend, and good role model.



How to Cite

العامري غ. ح. م. (2022). Prophet Muhammad etiquette . Wisdom Journal For Studies & Research, 2(3), 82–117. https://doi.org/10.55165/wjfsar.v2i3.95