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 @LIFE STORY OF MOHAMED PBUH PART 17 @ ARRIVAL IN YATHRIB

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مُساهمةموضوع: @LIFE STORY OF MOHAMED PBUH PART 17 @ ARRIVAL IN YATHRIB   الخميس سبتمبر 10, 2009 10:06 am



Arrival In Yathrib


When the people of Yathrib heard that the Prophet
W(pbuh)
had left Mecca and was on his way to their city, they anxiously
awaited his arrival. Each morning they would go to the edge of
the city to see if he were coming. Finally, on Monday,
September 27, in the year 622 A.D., someone saw him in the
distance and shouted to everyone, 'Here is Muhammad!
(pbuh) the Messenger of Allah has arrived!' All the Muslims
went out to greet him, shouting, “Allahu Akbar”! Allah is Great!
Muhammad the Messenger of Allah has arrived!' The women
and children sang songs to show how glad they were to see
him. The Prophet (pbuh) entered the city with his friend Abu
Bakr. Most of The people there had not seen him before and as
they gathered around they did not know which of the two was
the Prophet (pbuh), until Abu Bakr got up to shield him with
his cloak from the burning sun. Yathrib would now be Called
al-Medina, which means, The City.

The Messenger of God (pbuh) stayed in Quba', which is a
place at the entrance of Medina, for three days. On the first
Friday after his arrival the Prophet led the congregation in
prayer. After this many of the wealthiest men invited him to
come and live with them and share their riches. But he refused
and, pointing to his she-camel, Qaswa', said, 'Let her go her
way', because he knew that his camel was under Allah's
command and would guide him to the spot where he should
stay. They let the camel go until she finally knelt down beside
a house belonging to the Bani an-Najjar, the tribe to whom the
Prophet's mother was related. This house was used as a
drying-place for dates and belonged to two young orphan boys
named Sahl and Suhayl. They offered to give it to the Prophet
(pbuh) but he insisted on paying them for it, and so their
guardian, As’ad the son of Zurarah, who was present, made
the necessary arrangements.



The Prophet (pbuh) ordered that a mosque and a place for
him to live be built on the site. All the Muslims worked
together to finish it quickly-even the Prophet (pbuh) joined in.
It was here that the Muslims would pray and meet to make
important decisions and plans. The building was quite plain
and simple. The floor was beaten earth and the roof of palm
leaves was held up by tree trunks. Two Stones marked the
direction of prayer. At first worshippers faced Jerusalem, but
Soon after the direction of prayer was changed towards the
Ka’bah in Mecca.

After the building of the mosque, the Prophet (pbuh)
wanted to strengthen the relationship between the people
called the Muhajirah or Emigrants, who had left Mecca with
him, and the people of Medina, who were known as the Ansar,
or Helpers. Each man from Medinah took as his brother a man
from Mecca, sharing everything with him and treating him as
a member of his own family. This was the beginning of the
Islamic brotherhood. In the early days of Islam, the times for
prayer were not announced and So the Muslims would come to
the mosque and wait for the prayer so as not to miss it. The
Prophet (pbuh) wondered how to tell the people that it was
time for prayers. He discussed it with his friends, and at first
two ideas were put forward; that of blowing a horn as the Jews
did, and that of using a wooden clapper like the Christians.

Then a man called ‘Abd Allah ibn Zayd came to the Prophet
(pbuh) and told him he had had a dream in which he had seen
a man dressed all in green, holding a wooden clapper. He had
said to the man, 'Would you sell me your clapper in order to
call the people to prayer?' The man had replied, 'A better way
to call the people to prayer is to Say: "Allahu Akbar, Allah is
Most Great!" four times, followed by "I bear witness that there
is no divinity but Allah, I bear witness that Muhammad is the
Messenger of Allah, Come to prayer, come to prayer, Come to
salvation, come to salvation. Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar! There
is no divinity but Allah!"'



When the Prophet (pbuh) heard this, he said it was a true
vision from Allah. He sent for Bilal, who had a beautiful, strong
voice, and ordered him to call the people to prayer in just this
way. Bilal did so and soon after 'Umar came out of his house
and told the Prophet (pbuh) that he had seen exactly the same
vision himself.

The Prophet (pbuh) replied, 'Allah be praised for that.' The
adhan, or call to prayer, which came to 'Abd Allah ibn Zayd in his
dream and was performed by Bilal on the instruction of the Prophet
(pbuh), is the one we still hear today being called from the minarets
of mosques all over the world.

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@LIFE STORY OF MOHAMED PBUH PART 17 @ ARRIVAL IN YATHRIB
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