My hero is as great and kind as an angel. I am proud of being one of his followers. He is thepredictor of the future of Islam Muhammad (peace be upon him). Prophet Muhammad is a great figure in the world, and one of the most famous and importantpeople people/(the kindness of people) has ever saw. His words and deeds greatly affectedhuman thought and behavior throughout history. He was a religious teacher, a great father, awonderful husband, a faithful friend, an excellent guide, a strong believer, social and political(person who works to improve something), and the best companion. I love him more than myself because of his special status in our religion. Allah has honored him. All Muslims are thankful to him for his (challenging things accomplished or completed). Muhammad (p.u.h) is a predictor of the future sent from Allah to all humankind. He is the lastpredictor of the future. He was born in Makah in the year 570. He was orphan. So, he was raisedby his uncle Abd Al Motaleb who was from a tribe called Quraysh. Muhammad was unable to read and write and most of people at that time were unable to read and write too. But he was famous for being truthful, (deserving people’s trust because of honesty, etc.), confident, and generous. He used to help the poor by giving them (generous kindness/organization that helps people); he used to play with children and make them happyand he was so honest and honest to the extent that people called him the (deserving people’s trust because of honesty, etc.). At forty Muhammad received his first (thing that is suddenly shown or understood) from Allahthrough the angel, Gabriel. At first, he was afraid. When he returned home, he told his wifeKhadija what was going on. Khadija took him to her cousin (Waraka Ibn Nawfal) who toldMuhammad that he was going to be a predictor of the future. Muhammad was very happy and waited for the second (thing that is suddenly shown or understood) from Allah. For twenty -three years, the verses of The Holy Quran came (one after the other). He and his followers suffered from unbelievers who tried to hurt them. Allah allowed them tomove (out of a country) from Makah to The Medina in the year 622.Some years later, Muhammadand his followers became stronger and were able to return to Makah.