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One day the holy Prophet of Allah was going somewhere when he met a man selling a camel. The holy Prophet (pbuh) liked the camel and bought it at an agreed price. The holy Prophet (P)did not have money on him at the time so he asked the camel dealer to follow him up to his home andhe would pay him his due. The man agreed. As they were going, another man approached and asked the camel dealer if he was selling his camel and for how much. He said that he had already sold the camel to the holy Prophet for such an amount. This man offered him better price and he agreed to sale the camel to him. The holy Prophet said to the camel dealer that since he had already sold the camel to him, it was wrong to break the agreement just like that. The man denied making any agreement.
Whilst all this was going on, the passers by stopped and wondered as to what was going on. The Apostle of Allah explained exactly what happened. Companions: O Prophet of Allah, do you have any witnesses to support your claim?” Holy Prophet (P): No. We have no witnesses as there was no one present when the agreement was made. Companions: Sorry, we don’t think we can help you. How can we be sure who is telling the truth and who is lying? A very close companion of the holy Prophet (probably hazrat Ali (as) or hazrat Abu Dharr) happened to pass by and saw the holy Prophet (pbuh) surrounded by the people. On inquiring about it, came to know what happened. Hazrat Ali (as): The Prophet (pbuh) of Allah is telling the truth and the camel dealer is lying. The holy Prophet: But you were not present when the agreement was made. So how can you judge without being there? Hazrat Ali (as): O Prophet of Allah, you said that there is Allah and we believed you, even though we haven’t seen Him. You told us that Quran was the word of Allah and we believed you. You told us about angels, heaven and hell and we believed you, even though we haven’t seen all these things. How is it possible that you would lie about such petty thing?
The moral of the story is that there were some sahabas who walked, sat and ate with the Prophet of Allah, but did not grasp his inner personality and at the same time there were also some other companions of the holy Prophet who understood him physically as well as spiritually. Islam has put a lot of emphasis on enjoining good and prohibiting evil.
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