Qui Est Abou Lahab Islam?
- Voleta Ducharme
Abou Lahab était un notable de la Mecque, il était le secrétaire au trésor à l’époque et était riche. Fier de sa position, de ses biens et de ses enfants il fut très hostile aux propos et au dogme de l’Islam celui ci prônant l’égalité et l’équité.
Who is Abu Lahab in the Quran?
Abu Lahab ibn ‘Abdul Muttalib (أبو لهب) was an uncle of Muhammad, and a staunch critic of Islam. He is one of the few Arabs to be mentioned by name in the Qur’an, who were alive during Muhammad’s revelations. The power of Abu Lahab will perish, and he will perish.
Did Abu Lahab challenge the words of the Holy Qur’an?
(Al Qur’an 111:1-5) Abu Lahab lived for 12 years after the declaration of Islam and saw many leading personalities like his brother (amir) Hamza and (amirul-momineen) Umar bin Khattab embracing Islam, but he never did. It was a good chance for him to embrace Islam and thus challenge the words of the Holy Qur’an.
Did Abu Lahab’s daughter and son convert to Islam?
Abu Lahab’s daughter Durrah and son ‘Utbah both converted to Islam. ‘Utbah married Muhammad’s daughter Ruqayyah, and Utaibah, another one of Abu Lahab’s sons, married Muhammad’s daughter Umm Kulthum. However, neither marriage was consummated.
Who was Lahab ibn’Abdul Muttalib?
Abu Lahab ibn ‘Abdul Muttalib (أبو لهب) was a half paternal uncle of Muhammad, a leader of the Quraysh, and a staunch critic of Islam. He is one of the few Arabs alive during Muhammad’s period of revelations to be mentioned by name in the Qur’an.