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The Highest Of Mankind

Ibrâhîm ''alaihi 's-salâm' is Khalîl-Allah, because there was no love for creatures and there was only love for Allâhu ta'âlâ in his heart. Mûsâ ''alaihi 's-salâm' is Kalîm-Allâh, because he spoke with Allâhu ta'âlâ. 'Îsâ ''alaihi 's-salâm' is Kalimat-Allâh, for he did not have a father and was born only upon al-Kalimat al-ilâhiyya (the Divine Word) 'Be!' Furthermore, he preached Allâhu ta'âlâ's words, which were full of Divine Wisdom, and communicated them to the ears of people.

Muhammad ''alaihi 's-salâm', who is the reason for the creation of all creatures and the highest, the most prominent, the most honourable of mankind, is Habîb-Allâh (Allâhu ta'âlâ's Darling). There were many evidences proving his greatness and superiority and that he was Habîb-Allâh. For this reason, such words as 'was overcome' or 'was defeated' cannot be said about him. At Resurrection, he will rise from his grave before everybody. He will be first to go to the place of Judgement. He will go to Paradise before everybody. The beautiful traits in his character cannot be finished by counting, nor would human energy suffice to count them."