THE TESTIMONY OF ANIMALS TO PROPHET MUHAMMAD'S PROPHET-HOOD (SAW)

The pigeons as guard During the Hijra, when Allaah's Messenger, [peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him], took shelter from the pursuit of unbelievers in the cave of Thawr, two pigeons stood guard at the entrance like two sentries, and a spider, like a doorkeeper, covered the entrance of the cave with a thick web.
 
As Ubayy in Khalaf, one of the chieftains of the Quraysh, was examining the cave, his friends suggested that they should enter, but he answered: '
 
There is a web here, which seems to have been spun before the birth of Muhammad.' The others added: 'Would those pigeons, standing there, still be there if someone were in the cave?' [Musnad Imam Ahmad]
 
The tired camel
Jabir bn Abdillah [RA] relates: I was with Allaah's Messenger [peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him] during a military campaign. When my camel became exhausted and left behind, Allaah's Messenger [peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him] prodded it slightly. This made the camel so fast that I had to pull on the reins to make it slower so that I could listen to the Messenger of Allaah [peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him] but I was unable to (slow it down). [Bukhari]
 
This sheep Say Sit is poisonous"
Anas ibn Malik [RA] reports: After the conquest of Khaybar, a Jewish woman offered Allaah's Messenger [peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him] a roasted sheep. Allaah's Messenger [peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him], ate a piece of it but, according to the narration of Abu Dawud, stopped eating and said: 'This sheep says that it is poisonous.' Then he turned to the woman and asked her why she offered him a poisonous sheep. When the woman replied that she wanted to kill him, the Messenger responded:
 
"Allaah will not let you attack and annoy me." [Muslim]
 
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