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Masjid e Nabwi

It is the first mosque established by the Prophet (PBUH) after his arrival in Madinah. It is the second most sacred place for Muslims after Masjid-ul-Haram. Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is also buried at this spot under the green dome that has become the landmark of Masjid-e-Nabawi.


Abdullah ibn al-Zubayr reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Prayer in this mosque of mine is better than a thousand prayers in any other mosque, except the Sacred Mosque. Prayer in the Sacred Mosque is one hundred times better than prayer in this mosque of mine.” [Musnad Aḥmad 15685]


Diagram of Masjid e Nabwi

Important places inside Masjid e Nabwi.


House of Fatima

Roza e Rasool Allah SAS.

Riyaz ul Jannah

Mehraab e nabwi

Bab-e-Jibraeel

Mimber

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Jannat-Ul-Baqi

The Cemetery Where The Prophet’s Near Ones Rest.


This cemetery locates the graves of the Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) family members along with several companions. Also called the Garden of Heaven


Masjid e Quba

Masjid Al-Quba was built in the village of Quba, it was the first mosque, which was build during emigration from Mecca to Medina


Masjid e Qiblatain

Masjid al-Qiblatain was named after the event of changing Qibla, while the prophet was praying Dhuhr with his companions, he received the order to change the Qibla to be the Kaaba.


Badr Battle Ground

The battle of Badr was the most important and the first major battle the Muslims fought. On Friday 17th Ramadhan 2 AH, the Muslim army, which numbered around 313, faced an army of 1,000 of the Quraysh. Through the help of Allah, the Muslims emerged victorious.


Mount Uhud

This location, in northern Madinah, is where the Battle of Uhud took place in 3 AH (624 CE). It was the second war between the Muslims and the pagan Makkan forces following the Battle of Badr. An initial victory turned to defeat for the Muslims after some fighters left their position, mistakenly thinking the battle was over.



Islamic University

The Islamic University of Madinah was founded by the government of Saudi Arabia by a royal decree in 1961 in the Islamic holy city of Medina. Many have associated the university with the Salafi ideology, and have stated it has exported Salafi-inclined theologians around the world.


Museum

Mutahaf Dar al-Madinah (متحف دار المدينة) is a privatly owned and run museum in Medina. It is owned by Abdul-Aziz bin Abdul-Rahman bin Ibrahim Kaki. The museum focuses on the history of al-Madinah City.


Madain Saleh in the Quran

The names ‘Thamud’ and ‘Al-Hijr’ are mentioned in the Quran along with what transpired with the inhabitants of that region near Al-Ula. We learn from the Quran that Madain Al-Saleh was inhabited by the people of Thamud. To guide them on the right path and away from their belief in idols and various evil practices, Allah sent to them Prophet Saleh (A.S.). As was quite common, the people of Thamud rejected his calls to believe in the One God and ridiculed him and his signs. Prophet Saleh repeatedly warned them to fear Allah’s wrath and punishment. However, the people of Thamud dismissed his warnings as they felt quite proud and safe because of the large tombs and structures that they had carved for themselves in the large mountains of Al-Hijr or Madain Saleh. The Quran references these structures by the following verses:

“And you carve houses out of mountains with great skill” — (Quran, Surah Ash-Shuara, 26:149)

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