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... was known as Yathrib but was personally renamed by Muhammad.
The burial place of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), it is the second holiest city in Islam after Mecca. Medina is ...
26/01/2013 günü İstanbul'dan boing777 Arab uçağı ile eşimlele birlikte Medine'ye gittik.Madine'de 8 gün kalarak tarihi yerleri ziyaret ettik.05/02/2013 günü otobüs ile Mekke'ye yolculuğumuz oldu,Mekke'ye vardığımızda otelimize yerleştik.Mekke'nin tarihi ve dini mekanlarını ziyaret ederek gezimizi 15/02/2013 günü Cidde'den yine Arab uçağı boing777 ile ...
This morning had an abrupt start. The usual routine to wake up around 4am, get ready and make our way to the Masjid for namaaz-e-shab followed by congregational fajr prayers at 5am nearly got derailed. Most likely due to the compounded effect of late nights and a poorly set alarm. Either way, a quick dash to the Masjid meant we just made fajr. Alhamdulliah! Those that have been hear before will understand it really ...
... the Prophet had said that the battle was there for the Muslims to win and many got excited by this despite being outnumbered. During the battle the Muslims took the advantage and were not too far from an overall victory. However, a series of mistakes where the Muslims lost focus and left their ordered positions to gather spoils of war resulted in handing the Meccan's the advantage and ultimately victory. ...
Every which way you look when in the Mosque you see and meet people from all parts of the world, dressed in their traditional attire, speaking a language from their part of the world. The diversity is fantastic and shows that Islam is not just in one region but global. In London we are used to praying jamaat with 1 thousand max (maybe on eid day), here there is at least 1 million and growing each ...