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History[ edit ] The Jerusalem-Jericho road was one of the primary routes used by Mediterranean Arabs to make a pilgrimage to Mecca. The great, many-domed building which marks the Mausoleum of Moses was located at what would be have marked the end of the first day's march in that direction. Originally, it was simply a point from which pilgrims could look across the Jordan Valley and catch a glimpse of Mount Nebo where as suggested by the Hebrew Bible the tomb of Moses was thought to be located. The shrines were mostly dedicated to biblical prophets and the companions of Mohammed , and their maintenance was funded by an waqf, an endowment from properties that formerly belonged to the Latin Church. In the case of Nabi Musa, the waqf fund was secured from ecclesiastical assets expropriated in nearby Jericho.
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According to the custom of his family, the Prophet entered business at the age of twenty. In his dealings and transactions, Muhammad Sm earned a great reputation for his honesty, magnanimity, virtuous conduct, and trustworthiness.
In fact, he won the confidence and trust of everyone and was thus given the title of 'Al-Ameen' for his probity and reliability. It was due to this fact that the Prophet Muhammad Sm was entrusted with the responsibility of re-establishing the sacred Hazre Aswad when the Holy Ka'ba was re-built.
On hearing about Muhammad's Sm diligence, sense of responsibility, honesty, and other remarkable qualities, Khadija R , an intelligent and sagacious lady having exceptional moral standards together with profound experience in worldly affairs, invited him to become her business partner. Muhammad Sm agreed to her proposal and set out on a business trip to Syria in this capacity.
During this trip he handled the business dealings skillfully and managed to make a handsome profit by selling the goods he had brought along. He downloadd different commodities from Syria and handed them over to Khadiza R.
When he returned to Makkah Khadija R earned a big profit by selling these commodities. He reported to Khadija R about Muhammad's Sm good manners, business skill and honesty.
He also told her about Muhammad's Sm gentle behaviour, humility, and overall excellence. Highly impressed by these qualities of head and heart Khadija R wanted to marry Muhammad Sm. He responded to her proposal positively and with Abu Taleb's blessings they soon got married. Although at the time of their marriage he was twenty-five years old and she was forty, their married life was one of complete bliss.
Khadija R was the mother of all of the Prophet's children except his third son Ibrahim R , who was born to Maria Kibtia. However, all the male children died in their childhood. The Prophet did not remarry till Khadija's R death at the age of sixty-five. From his childhood, Muhammad Sm was a man of thoughtful persuasion. As he grew up, he began to reflect on the barbaric and irrational practices, such as idol worship, feud, drinking, violent crimes, gambling, incest, etc.
He used to leave his home and go to the Hera caves in Jabal Nur, located two miles away from Makkah. Here he would spend his time in prayer and meditation and return home now and then.
On one such occasion he saw a divine light and heard sounds of a kind that he had never heard before. From this time he began to receive messages in his dreams Ruia Sadeqa. Those dreams would later come true. He was forty years old then. The time for his elevation to prophethood had come. After receiving the revelation, Muhammad Sm was in a daze for a while. When he recovered, he was able to see Jibrail on a throne.
The amazing sight perplexed him so much that he came back home and lied down folded in garments. It was then that the seven verses of Sura Muddathir were revealed to him. The first two revelations were very significant: 'He is the Creator Who leads His creations to perfection step by step. He is the most exalted, and read in His name. He has taught the use of the Pen,- taught man that which he knew not.
He is the source of all knowledge; hence the use of the Pen to acquire knowledge and seek Him in all things - from a termite to man. When one recalls that the Prophet Sm was illiterate, this revelation acquires a special significance. By manifesting such a view, the Prophet beckoned towards a world of unbridled knowledge. The second revelation was as follows: 'O thou wrapped up in a mantle!
Arise and deliver thy warning! And thy Lord do thou magnify. And thy garments keep free from stain! And all abomination shun! Nor expect, in giving, any increase for thyself! But, for thy Lord's Cause, be patient and constant!
The Prophet Sm began to spread the Word of islam cautiously among his near and dear ones in the Quraish tribe. In this way the Prophet Sm preached Islam secretly among his closest people for three years before preaching it openly in the fourth year of his elevation to prophethood in accordance with the following revelations: 'And admonish thy nearest kinsmen' , and 'Therefore expound openly what thou art commanded' The Prophet Sm ascended to the Safa Mountain and in a loud voice summoned all members of his Quraish tribe to assemble and accept the invitation for conversion to Islam.
However, they declined his invitation to join his religion. From this time the people of Quraish began to oppress the Prophet Sm and his followers. The Quraish were respected throughout Arabia as the custodians of the Holy Ka'ba. They used to get special trading privileges in Makkah and outside the city for this reason. They apprehended that they would be deprived of some of the benefits they enjoyed traditionally if they embraced Islam, and hence they opposed the Prophet Sm actively.
Part of their strategy was to cast aspersions on the Prophet Sm and use force to restrain him and his followers from spreading Islam. The Prophet Sm then advised his followers to flee to Habsha Abbysinia to avoid oppression.
In the month of Rajab in the fifth year of the Prophet's Sm election, twelve male and four female followers of the Prophet Sm fled to Abbysinia. Then eighty-three more of his followers, including Zafar Ibne Abu Taleb R , also fled to that country. Najashi, King of Abbysinia welcomed the exiles and treated them honorably. On hearing about the kindness shown to the exiles the Quraish sent Amar Ibnul Aas and Abdullah Ibne Rabi to the court of the King and made futile attempts to persuade him to hand them over to their representatives.
The Quraish were even more shocked when they came to know that the valiant Omar R had converted to Islam. With the turn of events they began to dread the consequences of a further increase in the number of conversions. They decided unanimously that the two clans of Banu Abdul Muttalib and Banu Hashim would have to hand over Muhammad Sm to them or else they would sever all ties with them.
Since the clans of Banu Abdul Muttalib did not agree to their demand they prepared a document that said, 'All relations with the members of the clans of Banu Abdul Muttalib and Banu Hashim are hereby severed. The Quraish pledged themselves to refrain from intermarriage or commerce with the Hashimids. All necessary actions were taken to that effect. Except for Abu Lahab, all members of the family of Hashim and those of Banu Mutalib and their associates were confined to a gorge in Shib-e-Abu Taleb, regardless of whether they were Muslims or not.
During confinement there, they faced immense difficulties. Their provisions were soon exhausted and out of hunger they even began to feed on leaves. The siege was however later lifted. But although the siege was over, ten years after Muhammad's Sm elevation to prophethood Abu Talib died in the middle of the month of Shawal.
Three days later Khadija R died too.
The two sudden demises overwhelmed the Prophet Sm with grief. The miracle of Mi'raj, a momentous event in the Prophet's Sm life, also took place that year. This event occurred on the 27th night of the month of Rajab when the Prophet Sm was lying down at the Hatim-e-Ka'ba.
Within the split of a second he was transported to Al-Aqsa mosque. All previous Prophets had assembled there to pay respect to the Prophet Muhammad Sm. Jibrail A recited the call to prayer to assemble all the previous Prophets as a mark of respect to the Prophet Muhammad Sm. Prophet Muhammad Sm led the prayer as the Imam of this unique congregation of all apostles. Afterwards, the Prophet Sm proceeded towards Sidaratul Muntaha. On his way he crossed Hause Kausar and entered heaven.
When he came out of heaven he was presented with a view of hell.
It was then that the Prophet Sm had the unique privilege of Deedar or Glimpse of Allah and was blessed with the opportunity to talk to Him directly. It was at that time that prayers five times a day was made obligatory.
This glorious ascent to heaven or Miraj strengthened his confidence to a great extent. Let my entry be by the Gate of Truth and Honour, and likewise my exit by the Gate of Truth and Honour' ; ii indication of imminent victory: 'Say: Truth has arrived and Falsehood perished, for Falsehood is bound to perish. The Miraj and the prophecies above enabled the Prophet Sm to overcome any feeling of frustration. After the death of Abu Talib, the hostility of the Quraish towards the Prophet Sm increased fiercely.
Not only did he find preaching Islam difficult but even staying in Makkah proved to be impossible for him. Consequent upon the propagation of Islam during the season of hajj , and because of the proselytizing activities of Muslims, Islam spread in Medina.
Ultimately the migration of Muslims fleeing persecution took more of them to the city. The first conversion of the people of Medina took place in a mountain called Akaba where six citizens of Medina embraced Islam.
The Prophet Sm himself converted these people who were on a pilgrimage. Their efforts made Islam spread throughout Medina very quickly. The next year 12 more citizens of Medina secretly converted to Islam in the darkness of night in Akaba.
This is known as the second pledge of Aqaba. During the pilgrimage season in the following year 72 more citizens of Medina came to the same place late at night for a similar ceremony. They bravely declared their intention of even taking the risk of war against all the Unbelievers throughout Arabia for the sake of Islam. In the face of the numerous obstacles put in their path, Muslims began leaving Makkah. Many left behind their possessions and dear ones and joined the emigration with empty hands.
The Muslims of Medina welcomed the exiles from Makkah and forged deep and fraternal ties with them. At last, the Prophet Sm himself decided to migrate to Medina. This infuriated the leaders of the Quraish and they resolved to assassinate him. On their way, they took refuge in a cave in the Thawr Mountain. After staying there for three days the two resumed their journey to Medina.
According to most historians it was on the 8th day of the month of Rabiul Awwal in the thirteenth year after he had been elevated to prophethood that Muhammad Sm arrived in Quba, a suburb of Medina located three miles from the city. He built a mosque threre, which happens to be the first mosque in the annals of Islam. Volunteers Ansars from all the tribes came in groups to welcome him. When the Masjid-e-Nababi was built in Medinah, a quarter adjoining it was constructed for the Prophet Sm and lodgings for his followers were also built.
On one side of the mosque a courtyard called 'Suffa' was built where the immigrants were quartered. This courtyard also housed the first Islamic institution of learning. With a view to ensuring the safety and security of Medina and engaging all its inhabitants in the development of the country, the Prophet Sm decided to turn Medina into a state comprising Muslims, Jews and Mushriks living there.
To this end, he called for a convention of Muslims, Jews and Mushriks in Medina. A Charter was unanimously adopted in this convention. The details about security arrangements of the city, duties and the reciprocal obligations to be followed by Muslims, Jews and Mushriks, as well as the judicial system were spelled out in writing in the Charter.
The Charter also mentioned the names of a few idolatrous sects and acknowledged their independent rights.
The Prophet Sm was elected the Chief of this social system. The Prophet Sm personally went to the habitats of the Oddam and Julashira tribes and urged their leaders to agree to the Charter and also persuaded them to sign it.
In this manner he laid the foundation of a nation by granting full religious freedom to the non-Moslems through this historic Charter. The city of Medina was also made secure against all possible attacks and dangers through the combined efforts of various tribes and sects. Medina was thus turned into an Islamic state.
In the month of ramadan of the second Hegira year, Quraish warriors of Makkah threatened to assault Medina. The Prophet Sm advanced with a band of of his followers to repulse their attack. Their arms and provisions were extremely inadequate. On receiving information from an advance scout, the Prophet Sm raised a camp on the plain of Badr on the 17th of Ramadan.
A fierce battle ensued in which the Quraish were completely routed and only 13 Muslims were martyred. The Battle of Badr was a turning point for the new religion. From this point onwards Islam marched towards a comprehensive victory over the enemies around. The practice of the obligatory fasting in the month of Ramadan and the system of Sadqat-ul-Fitr almsgiving on eid-ul fitr were established in this second year of Hegira.
Also in this year the prayers for Eid-ul Azha and Qurbani sacrifice were made wajib and the zakat farz obligatory. In the third Hegira year Abu Sufiyan was elected leader of the Quraish. Under his leadership a huge army comprising some three thousand soldiers advanced twards Medina. At the head of the army was the idol of Hubal and 14 women whose role was to incite the men to war by singing and reciting verses.
The Prophet Sm built a defensive shield consisting of one thousand soldiers against the advancing army. When his soldiers reached the battlefield the Prophet Sm directed them to divide themselves into formations. He deployed fifty archers to defend the mountain-pass and gave them strict orders not to leave the mountain-pass under any circumstances. In the face of the stiff resistance put up by the Muslim forces the enemies began retreating. Convinced that they had attained victory, however, some of the archers under Abdullah ignored the instruction of their leader, abandoned their positions, and began to celebrate their 'victory'.
Taking advantage of the situation, the enemy soldiers attacked them from the back. This sudden assault bewildered the Muslim army.