The City of Madinah Al Munawarah
The city of Madinah Al-Munawarah is the capital of the Province of Madinah. It has the Mosque of the Prophet of Islam named in Arabic Al-Masjid An Nabawi which is the second most heavenly spot in Islam after the Kaaba in Makkah. All things considered it is additionally the second most significant site of Islamic journey.
Madinah is situated on the east of the Hejaz Mountains which is a piece of the 2 000 kilometer long Sarawat Mountains running from Yemen to Jordan. It lays in a volcanic region as bore witness to by the nearness of the enormous magma fields of the Harrat Khaybar on the north and the Harrat Rahat on the south whose old lava streams stretch till the south of the cutting edge city.
Madinah has extraordinary significance throughout the entire existence of Islam. At the point when the agnostics of Makkah plotted against the Holy Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), Allah instructed the Prophet to relocate to Madinah with the goal that he could be protected. The individuals of Madinah respected the Prophet and the devotees who relocated with him wholeheartedly. From that point the Prophet Mohammad developed Masjid-e-Nabawi in Madinah. There is an incredible reward for worshiping in the city of Madinah Al-Munawarah.
In Madinah Al-Munawarah occurred a portion of the significant occasions of the start of the Islamic time and the tracks of this superb history are as yet noticeable today in the contemporary city.
Visiting Madinah isn't a custom of Hajj or 'Umrah, however the special excellence of the Prophet's city and his mosque allure believers to visit it. Muslims' hearts consistently long to the city from which the sparkling beams of Islam spread. Muslims are constantly anxious to visit the city they have appreciated for long and to supplicate in the mosque built up by their adored Prophet (PBUH). Such a visit restores the Muslims' confidence and dedication. Since visiting Madinah isn't a rite of Hajj or Umrah, you may pick whether you will visit Madinah, and provided thatthis is true, regardless of whether previously or after the Hajj or 'Umrah. There is no ihram or Talbiyah for the visit to Madinah or the Prophet's Mosque.
Quba Mosque (The First Mosque in Islam)
Quba is a town situated on the edges of Madinah. Upon his way to deal with Madinah during the Hijrah, the Prophet Muhammad built up here the main mosque assigned for Islamic love. Known as Masjid At-Taqwa (Mosque of Piety), it has been modernized yet at the same time stands today. Its first stones should have been placed by the Prophet Mohamed after his appearance from Makkah.
Masjid-An-Nabawi (Prophet’s Mosque)
Be that as it may, the most significant mosque of the city is the Masjid Al-Nabawi which represents the "Mosque of the Prophet" as it has the tomb of the Prophet of Islam. This mosque was initially settled by Mohammad (PBUH) and lays beside the house where he settled after his movement from Makkah in 622 CE/1 H.
This mosque is the resting spot of the Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) just as the initial two caliph’s Abu Bakr As-Sediq and Umar Bin Al-Khattab. Al-Masjid An Nabawi is probably the biggest mosque in the world and its radiant history made of it the second holiest site in Islam after the Kaaba in Makkah. In that capacity it is a significant journey site for Muslims performing the Hajj.
Masjid Al Qiblatain (Mosque of two Qiblas)
The Masjid Al-Qiblatain is another mosque likewise generally essential to Muslims as one of the three most elderly mosques alongside those of Nabawi and Quba. It should have been worked in 623 CE/1 H significance during the main year of the Islamic schedule.
As indicated by Muslim conviction the Masjid Al-Qiblatain is the place the order was sent to Muhammad to alter the course of petition (Qibla) from Jerusalem to Makkah as indicated by actual Hadith. Accordingly it was the main mosque containing two supplication specialties (mihrab) yet the one situated towards Jerusalem was as of late evacuated.
A large portion of the Prophet Muhammad's relatives and Companions of the Prophet (early supporters of Islam) are covered in the Baqi' Cemetery in Madinah, situated toward the southeast of the Prophet's Mosque. Like every Muslim graveyard, it is an open land parcel without enriching grave markers. Islam disallows adherents from visiting burial grounds so as to revere or ask intervention from the dead. Or maybe, burial grounds are visited to demonstrate regard, to recollect the individuals who have died, and to stay aware of our own mortality. There are expected 10,000 graves in Baqi Cemetery.
Madinah Al-Munawarah was additionally a position of unequivocal fights for the development of Islam, the most well-known being the one occurring in 627 CE/5 H when Abu Sufyan ibn Harb drove Makkah powers against Madinah. Since the individuals of the attacked city had burrowed a channel to additionally ensure the city, this occasion was known as the Battle of the Trench. After an extended attack and different clashes, the Makkans pulled back.
Note that the downtown area where the heavenly mosque untruths and which is named Haram is taboo to non-Muslim. In this manner explorers heading to Madinah will be forced to accept the ring street as demonstrated out and about posts "Muslims only". Non-Muslim entering the Haram will be compassionately guided out by the individuals of Madinah who are accustomed to helping travelers discover their direction.
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