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 @LIFE STORY OF MOHAMED PBUH PART 16 @ ALHIJRAH

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مُساهمةموضوع: @LIFE STORY OF MOHAMED PBUH PART 16 @ ALHIJRAH   الخميس سبتمبر 10, 2009 10:03 am



Al-Hijrah


The Breaking of All Connections with One's Home, for the
Sake of Allah Alone. After his companions had left for Yathrib,
the Prophet (pbuh) stayed in Mecca, waiting for permission
from Allah to leave the city. Abu Bakr and Ali stayed with him.
There were also some Muslims whom Quraysh had not allowed
to leave. Abu Bakr kept asking the Prophet (pbuh) to allow
him to go to Yathrib, but the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) kept
saying, 'Do not be in a hurry; it might be that Allah will give
you a travelling companion.' The leaders of Quraysh
assembled in the house of their ancestor, Qusayy, as was
customary when they had an important decision to make.
They had to find a way of getting rid of the Prophet
Muhammad (pbuh), before he was able to join his friends in
Yathrib. As they were busy arguing, the Devil appeared at the
door in the form of a noble and handsome old man. When they
saw this elderly gentleman standing there, they asked him
who he was. He said he was a Shaikh from the mountains who
had heard what they meant to do and thought he might be
able to help or advise them. They thought he looked like a
wise man, so they invited him in.

Each leader then started to put forward ideas about what
should be done, but none of them could agree about which
was best, until AbuJahl told them his plan. This was that each
clan should provide a strong, young warrior, each of whom
would be given a sword. All the young warriors would then
wait outside the Prophet's house and together attack him as
he came out. In this way they would be rid of him but as the
blame for killing him would fall on all the clans, the Prophet's
family would not be able to seek revenge.

When he heard this, the Devil in the disguise of the old man,
said, 'That man is right; in my opinion it is the only thing to do!' The
leaders of Quraysh then left to carry out their plan to murder the
Prophet (pbuh).


In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful

“And when the unbelievers plot against thee, to confine
thee, or kill thee, or to drive thee out, they were plotting, But
Allah was (also) plotting; and Allah is the best of plotters”.
(Koran iii.30)

Before the night fell, on which Muhammad (pbuh) was to be
killed, the Archangel Gabriel came to him and said, 'Do not
sleep tonight in your own bed.' The Prophet (pbuh) understood
what was going to happen, so he told ‘Ali to lie in his bed and
wrap himself in the blanket that the Prophet (pbuh) normally
used, promising that no harm would befall him.With the
coming of darkness the young men of Quraysh had gathered
outside the Prophet's house, waiting for him to come out. After
he had made sure that 'Ali was safe, the Prophet (pbuh) left
the house. At that very moment Allah took away the sight of
the warriors so that they could not see the Prophet (pbuh),
who took a handful of dust, sprinkled it on their heads and
recited these verses:

In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful
“Ya Sin By the Wise Koran, Thou art truly among those sent
On the straight path; A Revelation of the All-mighty, the All-
wise, That thou may warn a people whose fathers were never
warned, so they are heedless. The Word has already proved
true of most of them, yet they do not believe. Lo! We have put
on their necks collars of iron up to the chin, so that they are
made stiff-necked. and We have put before them a barrier;
and We have covered them so they do not see”. (Koran
xxxvi.1-9)

The young men waited the whole night and were furious
when, in the morning, they saw ‘Ali instead of the Prophet
(pbuh) coming out of the house. I They realised that their plan
had failed completely. In the meantime, the Prophet (pbuh)
went to Abu Bakr's house and told him, 'Allah has told me that
now is the time for us to leave Mecca.' 'Together?' asked Abu
Bakr. 'Together', the Prophet (pbuh) replied. Abu Bakr wept
for joy, because now he knew that the travelling companion he
had been promised was the Prophet (pbuh) himself.


Then he said,'O Messenger of Allah, these are the two
camels which I have kept ready for this.' And so, the two of
them left for a cave in Thawr, a mountain to the south of
Mecca where they intended to hide.

When they were out of the city the Prophet (pbuh) looked
back and said, 'Of all Allah's earth, you are the dearest place
to Allah and to me and if my people had not driven me out I
would never have left you.'

When Quraysh found out that the Prophet (pbuh) and his
companion had gone, they set out after them, searching in every
direction. Three days later they finally reached the cave where the
Prophet (pbuh) and Abu Bakr were hiding, but a strange and
wonderful thing had happened. A spider had woven its web right
across the entrance to the cave and a dove was nesting with her
mate nearby. As the Meccans stood in front of the cave, with only
the spider's web separating them from the fugitives, Abu Bakr
began to fear for their safety. He whispered to the Prophet (pbuh),
they are very close. If one of them turns we will be seen.' But he
was comforted by the Prophet's reply: “What do you think of two
who have with them Allah as their third? 'Grieve not, for verily Allah
is with us”. (Koran ix.40) . After a few moments the search parry
decided that no one could have entered the cave recently, or the
spider's web would not have been complete and the dove would not
have nested there, and so they left without searching inside. Three
days later the Prophet (pbuh) and Abu Bakr thought it safe to leave
the cave. Abu Bakr's son, 'Amir, had arranged for three camels and
a guide to help them continue their journey to Yathrib. 'Amir would
ride behind his father. The leaders of Quraysh, meanwhile, returned
to Mecca and offered a reward of one hundred camels to whoever
captured the Prophet (pbuh). Among those who went in search of
him was a famous warrior. He was, in fact, the only one to catch up
with him, but whenever he came close, his horse would suddenly
sink up to its knees in the sand. When this had happened three
times, he understood that the Prophet (pbuh) was protected by a
power stronger than anything he had known, and so he went back
to Mecca. On arriving there he warned everyone against continuing
the search, relating what had happened to him.




In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful

“If you do not help him, still Allah has helped him already,
When the unbelievers drove him forth, (he second of two,
When the two were in the Cave, when he said to his
companion, "Grieve not; surely Allah is with us." Then Allah
caused His peace and Reassurance to descend upon him, And
helped him with hosts you cannot see, And He made the word
of the unbelievers the lowest; While Allah's word is the
uppermost; Allah is All-mighty, All-wise”. (Koran ix.40)

The Prophet's journey from Mecca is called the hijrah, or
migration. It was really the first step towards the spread of
Islam throughout the entire world, and Muslims begin their
calendar from the year of the hijrah

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