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Ruling Of Usman Ibn Affan

Ruling Of Usman Ibn Affan: Umar ibn al-Khattab, the second caliph of Islam, ended his life martyrdom. During the morning prayer, a slave named Abu Liu 'Liu', a Persian fire worshiper, came up to him, the unsuspecting one, and struck him…

Abu Jahal House

It is believed that this place is not far from the current Masah is the approximate location of the house of Abu Jahal. Abu Jahal was a relative of the Prophet (ﷺ) and one of the worst enemies of Islam. He was described by the Prophet…

Darun Nadwah

This photograph, located northwest of the Kaaba, shows the approximate location of Darun Nadwah (House of Assembly). The house functioned as a chamber of parliament for Quraysh, and it was from here that they planned to kill the Prophet…

Bab ul-Fatah

This gate to Kaaba is known as Bab ul-Fatah (Door of Victory). It was from here that the Prophet (saw) entered during the conquest of Mecca on Friday, the 20th of Ramadhan 8 years AH. When the army of Muslims approached Mecca, they…

Mount Hira

This is Mount Hira (Jabal Hira), which is about two miles from the Kaaba. Near the summit is a small cave, with a length of just under 4 meters and a width of just over one and a half meters. It was here that the Prophet Mohammed (ﷺ)…

Battle Of Tabuk

The Campaign to Tabuk appeared as the result of conflict using the Roman Empire, which had started could the conquest of Makkah. One with the missions sent following the Treaty of Hudaibiyah to be able to parts of Arabia visited the…

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