A Muslim student is asked to draw Prophet Muhammad…his response is breathtakingly beautiful (video)


A Muslim student is asked to draw Prophet Muhammad…his response is breathtakingly beautiful (video)


Set in France just days after the Charlie Hebdo attack in January 2015, this video shows a Muslim student being told to draw a picture of Prophet Muhammad by his teacher. Initially he doesn’t know what to do, but then he begins writing. He writes a letter to our beloved Prophet (SAW). His words will leave you speechless…

“…the teacher did not let me speak when I wanted to explain to her. I can’t blame her. She’s probably never learnt to love someone she hasn’t seen. But me, I love you without seeing you…”


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    Full submission
    without any hesitation

  • Fiona Heights
    October 29, 2015 1:40 pm

    How can imperfection draw perfection….the best and most perfect creation Ya Rasullallah.

  • How can I have the background nasheed used in this documentary. Please I liked it so much. I want to download this nasheed , Tala’al Badru Alina…

  • drawing the prophet is only haram in sunni islam.

  • lets smile together
    October 13, 2015 5:42 am

    Prophet are beautiful. There words .there actions. There teachings. Even there visions of them are Awesome.

    Oncw you discover who they are. You character. Feelings and thoughts will be life changin.

    Some approve and some don’t. But I care that you live happy lives. So we can all live in harmony.

    Ya Salaam. Ya TaaHa

  • Tawfik Elkhouli
    October 11, 2015 2:38 pm

    If was asked to draw prophet mohamed. My answer will be a knock out in the face of that someone who will dare to ask

    • Shahnawaz Memon
      October 11, 2015 3:18 pm

      i understand your passion for our beautiful religion and respect for our beloved prophet but that is not who we are… we must obey our prophets even if our enemies wish to belittle them.. we must carry out their will of fire for they have entrusted the world on to us…

      • Tawfik Elkhouli
        October 11, 2015 3:23 pm

        I agree with you but in such situations your reaction will be different. Trust me..that’s the normal reaction of such an offensive request.

        • its offensive to you but its not offensive to the one who asks. Makes no sense to protect something islamic with a non islamic response. Its biddah or innovation i should say to use violence. not islamic at all. If you follow the sunnah would find you dont get so angry, if someone doesn’t understood allah hasn’t willed them to, so whoa re you angry at really??

          • Alexander White
            October 26, 2015 2:00 pm

            He is angry at himself.

          • Btw, in Hinduism.. The religion permits to question any practice within the religion. Hindu religion permits to be logical and allows to straighten the facts which gets distorted over hundred years. Hindu religion says that God lives within every living being be it any Cow, Mouse, Tiger and even Humans or even tree. Which is why you people have observed our foolish idea of worshiping every god damn creature on earth. This our way,of loving every living being. Don’t get angry when someone does not subscribe to your thoughts and belief. Ignore and continue loving your own God

    • Fadlullah Wilmot
      October 11, 2015 10:39 pm

      That would not be wise and would be against the sunnah of the Prophet who never got angry with people who defamed him.

    • Woaow a peaceful and understanding religion.. you seem very kind, and informing about it.
      Hitting someone in the face should be the answer for your fucking stupid comment.

      • Tawfik Elkhouli
        October 12, 2015 2:59 pm

        It is not of your fucken business

      • Religion does not change with time.. islam is islam.. be it 1000 years ago or a thousand years later..it is by God.. so how can it change.. people should be steadfast in what they believe in..so ur comment about updating islam to 2015 is invalid..if religion were to change at every era..one should ask..do the servants bow down to creator..or the creator to us?

        • Alexander White
          October 26, 2015 1:59 pm

          This statement is deeply flawed. Religions do and have changed with time. Religious institutions that represent faith are man made constructs and merely serve as a guide to understanding their faith. The very fact that there are multiple sects within any religious framework is testament to this obvious fact. By asking religion to change you are not asking god to change but the institutions that oversee any and all religious activity. This is an act that should and must always be encouraged. Without questioning we can never perfect our faith.

      • don’t you think you could get your message across without using the F word? That too is part of religion (how you speak to others)….shame.