Holy Prophet Research Paper

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Life of the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) in Madinah The Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) along with his companions migrated to Madina because the people of Quresh did not like the religion (Islam) so they started torturing the Muslims and oppressed them in many way that would hurt them. So by the order Prophet (P.B.U.H) along with his companios migrated to Madina. On 1st Rabi-ul-Awwal Prophet (P.B.U.H) came out of the cave of Thore, and on the 8th of this month he arrived at the town of Quba. The Prophet came straight from Quba to Madina, (at that time called Yathrib). The companions decided the great honor of hosts grant to be Prophet. The camel took the passage to Hazrat Abu-Ayub Ansari (real name Khalid). After the arrival of the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H)…show more content…
The Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) himself worked in the construction. The land that the masjid (Masjid Nabawi) was built on belonged to two brothers. Those brothers granted the land but Hazrat Prophet (PBUH) ordered his companions to pay for the land because those two brothers were orphans. It not only acted as a spiritual centre for worship, but also the political and military headquarters for the new state. It soon developed into an institute of learning where discussion and seminars were held. A social institution where Muslims learnt and practiced discipline, unity and…show more content…
4. Changed the name of Yathrib After the blissful entrance of The Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) into Yathrib, its name was changed into “Madinat-ul-Nabi”, meaning 'the City of Mohammad, the Prophet of Islam (saw)'. 5. The Charter of Madinah In order to bring peace and prosperity in the society, the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) formed the peace pact which is known as “The Charter of Madina”. It was a written agreement between the Jews and the Muslims living in Madina to establish friendly relationship between them. The main points of this pact were as follows: 1. The Muslims and the Jews shall live as one people. 2. Each one of the parties shall keep to its own faith. 3. In the event of a war with a third party, each shall be bound to come to the assistance of the other, provided the party at war were not the aggressors. 4. In the event of an attack on Madina, both shall join hands to defend it. 5. Peace shall be made after consultation with each

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