U-6 Letters of the Prophet’s Invitational Style and Use in the Contemporary (In the context of MalukaHamir)


  • Dr. Hafiz Muhammad Sarfraz Ghani Assistant Professor of Arabic & Islamic Studies, The University of Faisalabad
  • Prof. Dr. Matloob Ahmed Dean, Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies, The University of Faisalabad




Semitic Tribe, Rulers of Yeman, Letters of Prophet (ﷺ) of Islam, Ambassadors, Delegation.


After the treaty of Hudabiya. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) decided to send letters to different rulers of the world, with the prupose of conveying the message of Islam. At this time. The Prophet of Mercy (ﷺ) also sent Letters to the chiefs of Himyar, Himyarties, was originally a semitic tribe. It was the biggest tribe of Yeman. It ruled over Yeman from….to……Due to their political social and geographically identity. The Prophet of Allah ﷺ paid huge attention lowards the pagans disbelievers and idol-worshippers of the chiefs of Himyar. The Prophet of Allah Almighty (ﷺ) dispatched letters to the various heads of Himyar by HazratAyyah-bin-Abi Rabiah and Hazrat Umar-Bin-Hazam Ansari (R.A) in 630 A.D. In these inviting of Islam letters. The Holly Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) addressed to the Hilmyari leaders to belief in One-God and in Muhammad (ﷺ) as his servant and messenger. Thsese letters were also contents on the teachings of divine bliss. Oneness of God. Light of faith, theology, ethical and moral principals etc. In his Letters, The Prophet of Allah Almighty (ﷺ) also assured them that they would be left to rule over their lands and would be protected their property and lives.This preaching method and Ambassadors of the Prophet of Marcy (ﷺ). Who were sent to towards Himyar played a dynamic and giorious role to change the mind-set of pagans of Himyar. At last, all inviting of Islam techniques become fruitful. They accepted Islam as a leadership of Hazrat Malik-Bin-MorrarhAlrohavi (R.A).




How to Cite

Dr. Hafiz Muhammad Sarfraz Ghani, & Prof. Dr. Matloob Ahmed. (2021). U-6 Letters of the Prophet’s Invitational Style and Use in the Contemporary (In the context of MalukaHamir). Al-Aijaz Research Journal of Islamic Studies & Humanities , 5(3), 57-72. https://doi.org/10.53575/arjish.005.03.57-72