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Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) is a central figure in Islam, revered by over a billion Muslims around the world. He is considered the final prophet and messenger of Allah (God) in Islam, receiving the revelation of the Quran over a period of 23 years. But have you ever wondered why Allah chose Muhammad to be His last and final messenger? In this blog, we will explore this profound question and delve into the reasons behind Allah’s divine choice, drawing insights from Islamic teachings and scholarly perspectives.

The Divine Selection​

Why Did Allah Choose Muhammad?

Allah’s choice of Prophet Muhammad as the last messenger is a matter of divine wisdom and purpose. It is a choice rooted in the profound knowledge and wisdom of Allah, who knows the past, present, and future. Let’s explore some of the key reasons behind this divine selection:

Exemplary Character​

Prophet Muhammad was known for his impeccable character and morality, even before receiving the prophethood. He was often referred to as “Al-Amin” (the trustworthy) and “As-Sadiq” (the truthful) by his contemporaries. His upright conduct made him a fitting vessel for Allah’s final message, as he could lead by example and set the highest moral standards for humanity.