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Hajj (Pilgrimage) and its Excellence

The Obligation of Hajj (Pilgrimage) and its Excellence Allah, the Exalted, says: “And Hajj (pilgrimage to Makkah) to the House (Ka`bah) is a duty that mankind owes to Allah, those who can afford the expenses (for one’s conveyance, provision and…

Russian astronaut :The brightest spots when seen from space were Makkah and Madinah

As part of the Association of Space Explorers (ASE) program during their 25th Assembly in Riyadh this week, four Russian astronauts came to visit the Prince Salman Science Oasis (PSSO) .

They told  Saudi students that while taking  pictures of cities from space, the brightest and most beautiful cities they saw were Makkah and Madinah, especially the spots in the centers of the two holy cities…more:  riyadhconnect

The Prophet Muhammad’s Forgiveness

after the conquest of Makkah. The Prophet set out to the city of Makkah with a force of 10,000 men, and took the city with relative ease. At the time of victory, the city was in the hands of the pagans, the very same pagans who had just broke the treaty they had, which led to the Muslim conquest. On top of this, these were the same pagans who had forced the Muslims out of the city of Makkah, for years they had mistreated and oppressed the Muslims, which eventually led to their exodus from the city.The Prophet set out to the city of Makkah with a force of 10,000 men, and took the city with relative ease. At the time of victory, the city was in the hands of the pagans, the very same pagans who had just broke the treaty they

 The Prophet set out to the city of Makkah with a force of 10,000 men, and took the city with relative ease. At the time of victory, the city was in the hands of the pagans who had forced the Muslims out of the city of Makkah, for years they had mistreated and oppressed the Muslims. So with all of this, the pagans were very nervous of what would happen to them at the hands of the Muslims, they were expecting the Prophet to take full revenge against them, but instead, the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) did the following:

‘0 people of Quraysh! What do you think I will do with you?’ One of them, Suhayl ibn Amr, who had fought against the Prophet, replied on behalf of the Makkans: ‘We think (you will treat us) well, noble brother, son of a noble brother.’ A radiant smile flashed across the face of the beloved Prophet of God and, in a spirit of magnanimity and tolerance, he said: “I shall speak to you as Yusuf [Joseph] spoke unto his brothers: ‘There is no reproach against you today; God will forgive. He is the most Merciful and the most Compassionate.’ ” (Quran,12:92) And he added: ‘No more responsibility burdens you today. ‘Idhhabuu… wa antum at-tulaqaa – Go, for you are free.’ (Ibn Ishaque)…. READ MORE rasoulallah.net