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Published on 25th August, 2008

Madinah- Outside Ziarats

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Photography by Hj S.Abidin 

Masjid at Quba. Photo Credit: S. Abidin ©


1. The Graveyard of Uhud – This is where the martyrs of the battle of Uhud are buried. Hamza ('a), the uncle of the Prophet ('s) was killed and buried here.

Grave of Hamzah.Photography by Hj S.Abidin ©
Hamzah's Grave
Uhud Area. Photography by Hj S.Abidin ©
The Battle of Uhud took place here.

2. Masjid Quba - First mosque of Islam. The Prophet ('s) spent more than 20 nights here (after migrating) praying qasr while waiting for Imam Ali ('a). It is mentioned in the Qur'an as the mosque was founded on piety and devoutness.

Masjid At Quba. Photography by Hj S.Abidin ©
Masjid at Quba
Plaque at Masjid at Quba. Photography by Hj S.Abidin © 
Plaque on the outside wall of Masjid at Quba

3. Imam Ali ('a)'s house - Behind Masjid Quba is Imam Ali ('a)'s house
 
4. Well of the Prophet ('s) - In front of Masjid Quba, is a sweet-water well that is now closed. The Prophet ('s)'s ring fell into this well hence the name Bi'ru al-Khatam (khatam = ring). It is also called Bi'ru Tufla
 
5. Mashrabat Umm Ibrahim - Joined to Masjid Quba is "Mashrabat Ummu Ibrahim". This is the room of the Prophet ('s)'s wife Mariah Qibtwiyya (Umm Ibrahim). The Prophet ('s) used to live and pray here.
 
6. Masjid Fadhikh - It is situated in the eastern part of Masjid Quba. It is named after a palm tree that used to be at the place. It is also called Masjid Nakhl.
 
7. Masjid Qiblatayn (i.e. the mosque of two qiblas) - The mosque where the Holy Prophet ('s) was commanded to change his qibla from Masjid al-Aqsa (Jerusalem) to the Holy Ka'aba (Makkah).

 Masjid Qiblatain. Photography by Hj S.Abidin
Masjid Qiblatain
Masjid Qiblatain. Photo credit S.Abidin 
Masjid Qiblatain

8. Sab'a Masajid (lit. 'The place of 7 mosques'). There are now only five mosques - Masjid Ali (now closed), Masjid Fatima (now closed), Masjid Fath, Masjid Salman al-Farsi, & Masjid Umar.

Lady Fatima Masjid at S'aba. Closed to the public. Photography by Hj S.Abidin  
Lady Fatima Masjid
S'aba Masjids Fatima and Ali- Wahabies striking and filming Shias. 
Wahabies striking and filming Shias outside Masjid Lady Fatima ('a)

9. Masjid Fath (lit. "mosque of victory") is at the top of a mountain. This is named after the Muslims victory in the Battle of Khandaq when Imam Ali ('a) killed Amr b. Abd Wudd and the Prophet ('s) prayed here for the Muslims victory. Editors Note: This mosque has been falsely identified at a recent Hajj by another Australian Hajj group as being the Mosque of Salman al-Fasi. That mosque is at ground level and not at the top of the stairs.

Masjid Al Fatah ( Mosque of victory), Descending the stairs.Photo credit S.Abidin 
Descending the stairs from Masjid al- Fatah.

10. Masjid Ummul Mu'minin Mariyah Qibtiya, wife of the Holy Prophet ('s) and mother of Ibrahim. This could be one of the two demolished mosques at Sab'a Masajid.
 
11. Masjid Raj'atu-Shams - now destroyed.
 
12. Masjid Ghamamah. Also called Masjid Eid. The Holy Prophet ('s) said his Eid prayers here.
 
13. Well (bir) of Ali ('a).
 
14. Masjid Shajarah - Also known as Masjid Ali ('a). This place is a Meeqat for those going for Umrah from Madinah to Makkah. The place is also known amongst the locals as Abar Ali.

Masjid Shajarah ( Masjid Ali). Meequat station for Haj going from Madinah to Makkah.Photo credit S.Abidin© 
Masjid Shajarah
Masjid Shajarah. Photo Credit: Hj Halima © 2008
Masjid Shajarah

 (For relevant duas and ziyarats please refer to Pages 169 through to 193 of Adabul Haramain)

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